The Rufus Hathaway collection of Canadian literature. Vertical file. Folder 629.
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THE ANDERSON GALLERIES
PARK AVENUE & FIFTY-NINTH STREET
January 27, 1920.
Mr. R. H.
258 Garden Avenue,
Dear Mr. Hathaway:
I received your letter of January 8 and forwarded it to
Mrs. King, who, I understand, has written you fully on the subject. I had
a letter this morning from
Carman and he says he is getting along very
nicely. My own impression is that he will live some years, and I see no
reason why all possible money shall not be collected to keep him in comfort and peace. Carman is one of the few people who ever lived about
whom there can be no misunderstanding on this point.
I have no definite knowledge of any of Carman's poems that may have
been set to music. I have written him asking about it and will let you
know what he replies.
Yours faithfully, Mitchell Kennerley
Sherman sold his collection last week.