Jan. 16, 1951
Dear Edward and Peggy:
Thanks very much for the book on the Canadian millionaires. It is going to be of help in some aspects of the project when I can get time to plunge into the job. There are so many fiddling things that take up a chap's energy, as you well know; chats, knockings at the door, parties, etc. etc.
I was hoping to see you at the M.L.A. in N.Y. but you didn't turn up. I saw Frye for only a minute and Arthur Woodhouse for about the same length of time, but didn't hear their papers. I had planned on a lot of things but had to return a little earlier than I expected. Two evenings were taken up with my sister who is a nurse in Brooklyn and one dinner with the Van Dorens and Brebner.
That was a lovely dinner on Yorkville St. It was good to be with you both, bless you.
My Irish good wishes go with you for the New Year.
book on Canadian millionaires