Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, January 25, 1928 : a machine-readable transcription.


Author: Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950

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Letter from Mitchell Kenneley to R. H. Hathaway, January 25, 1928.


Author: Mitchell Kennerley

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

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1928-01-25
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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, January 25, 1928

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The Anderson Galleries
[Mitchell Kennerley, President]
Park Avenue and Fifty-Ninth Street
New York

January twenty-fifth 1928

Mr. R. H. Hathaway,
258 Garden Avenue,
Toronto, 3, Canada.
Dear Mr.
Hathaway:

I am sending you by separate mail a catalogue containing a description of a
Button Gwinnett document which we sold
for $51,000, bought by Doctor Rosenbach. We have sold other
Button
Gwinnett signatures, but this was the most interesting and romantic.

Of course you have read Doctor
Rosenbach's book, which is full of
good book stories?

Yours very truly,

Mitchell Kennedy