Bobcaygeon, Ont.
August 31, 1927

Dear Billy,

Thanks very much for your appreciated letter. The price is quite satisfactory. Glad you like the Iron Door. I will ask Macmillans to put you down for a low number.

My itinerary is not yet in with its completed dates. I am expecting it any day now and will be glad to send it immediately.

Thanks again old chap.

Yours sincerely
E.J.P.


price
$10.00 for using Pratt's poem 'Cherries' on the front page of Saturday Night's autumn Literary Supplement (1 October 1927).

low number
See letter to Deacon, 27 August 1927.

itinerary
For his recital tour of Canadian Clubs in northwestern Ontario and western Canada. See letter to Lorne Pierce, 9 May 1927.