Letter from Peter McArthur to R. H. Hathaway, April 16, 1921


Author: McArthur, Peter, 1866-1924.

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Letter from Peter McArthur to R. H. Hathaway, April 16, 1921


Author: Peter McArthur


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The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian literature


Recipient: R. H. Hathaway.

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1921-04-16
English nonfiction; prose masculine Special Collections McArthur, Peter, 1866-1924 -- Correspondence Hathaway, R. H. (Rufus Hawtin), 1869-1933 -- Correspondence LCSH

Letter from Peter McArthur to R. H. Hathaway, April 16, 1921


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Appin,
April 16th '21.
Dear Hathaway:

Congratulations on your

Carman article. It is making a great
bid. I am hearing of it from all sides,
though I havent seen it yet. I shall get a
copy the first time I strike a book store.

I hope to drop in on you for a
minute on Monday — unless I change
my plans and go direct to
New York
without visiting
Toronto. I hope to spend
some time with
Carman at
New Canaan
during the next couple of weeks.

I have just read the Star Weekly's
digest of
Huntley K Gordon's article on
Canadian poetry in the Canadian Forum.
I am thinking seriously of sending down
a few bushels of oats and a bag of thistles for the use of
the Forum staff.

As ever,
Peter McArthur