The Rufus Hathaway collection of Canadian literature. Vertical file. Folder 629.
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THE ANDERSON GALLERIES
MITCHELL KENNERLEY, President]
PARK AVENUE AND FIFTY-NINTH STREET
August twenty-seventh 1923
Mr. R.H. Hathaway, 258 Garden Avenue, Toronto, Canada Dear Mr. Hathaway,
I was thinking of you only yesterday, and that I must
write and tell you that we are selling the Library of John Quinn —
and this morning comes your letter.
I sent all my copies of the
Carman card to him, and do not think
I have an extra copy, but when he comes to New York September tenth,
I will get one from him and send it to you.
I am much interested to hear that you are bringing
graphy up to date. X We are just beginning to catalogue the Quinn-Carman
collection, and I think we shall find a number of items that are not
included in Sherman. As soon as possible - I expect about September
tenth - I will send you proofs of the Carman collection. I think you
should include Anthologies, though I am afraid you would miss a number
of them which have reprinted poems from "Vagabondia".
I am at present devoting so little time to publishing that I should
prefer Small, Maynard & Company to issue
Have a few copies struck off separately.