Letter from Peter McArthur to R. H. Hathaway, November 6, 1922


Author: McArthur, Peter, 1866-1924.

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Letter from Peter McArthur to R. H. Hathaway, November 6, 1922


Author: Peter McArthur


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Source copy consulted: Harriet Irving Library, Archives and Special Collections.

The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian literature


recipient: R. H. Hathaway.

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1922-11-06
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, November 6, 1922


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Nov. 6th 1922
Dear Hathaway:

Thank you for the clippings. “Sounds of
the Farm” is new to me. If I wrote it at any time I
have forgotten it entirely. I am writing to the Gazette to ask
where they got it.

I got knocked out on this last trip — stomach
went on strike. Feeling some better today
but positively feeble.

After thinking things over decided to try to fix a
couple of lecture dates for
Bliss on his return trip.
They wanted him in
Fort William last year and
I couldn't arrange it for them. They want me in

North Bay and I can't go and I am switching them
to him. A couple of dates would pay his expenses
back and get some newspaper notices that would probably
bring him other dates. I wish he would take a
modified Professoship in some University — such as they
are giving to poets in the
United States I think the wires could
be pulled to land one for him. I have asked him
to come and talk things over.

As ever —
Peter McArthur