Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, June 2, 1924 : a machine-readable transcription.


Author: Kennerley, Mitchell,1878-1933.

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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, June 2, 1924.


Author: Mitchell Kennerley



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The Rufus Hathaway collection of Canadian literature. Vertical file. Folder 629.

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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, June 2, 1924

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THE ANDERSON GALLERIES

[MITCHELL KENNERLEY, President]
PARK AVENUE AND FIFTY-NINTH STREET
NEW YORK

June second 1924

Mr. Rufus HawtinHathaway, 258 Garden Avenue, Toronto, Canada
Dear Mr. Hathaway:

I went over my
Carman collection last night
with your list and Sheppard's book. I found there many items
in your list which I have not got, and some items which I have
you do not list. Some of your descriptions are incomplete: —
for instance, there was an edition on large hand made paper of
"Sappho", as well as the ordinary edition and the fifty copies
on Japan vellum. I had a copy, but let a friend have it, thinking
I had a duplicate, and now find myself without one ! I think I
can get it back.

I presume that you have made additions to the list as printed
and if you will send me a complete copy of your list as it now
stands, I will, if you wish, make corrections and additions.

Yours faithfully, Mitchell Kennerley