|Title||Postcard To William Thain Re: Laura Lemon.|
|Year Range from||1911|
|Year Range to||1911|
Paper postcard to William Thain from Alice Higinbotham regarding Laura Lemon. Front of postcard is black and white and shows a street scene, "Place de Louvain," in Brussels in 1911.
Reverse side has a red 10 franc stamp in the upper right corner. Stamped Dec. 23, 1911. Letter from Alice Higinbotham is handwritten in black ink and is dated: "Brussels, Dec. 22/11 ." Address to "Mr. William Thain, Musician, Eramosa Road, Guelph, Canada."
"Mrs. Heath (Laura G. Lemon) whom you will know as the composer of "My Ain Folk" spent a week with me recently. She is very anxious to have her other works introduced in Canada & I gave her your name thinking you might introduce the waltz in Guelph. She was born on Arthur St. where the Misses Hall now live & afterwards lived where the McConkey's Now are & is so interested in Canada. Yours truly, Alice Higinbotham."
"Bruxelles - Place de Louvain"
Date Made Notes: postcard stamp
Thain, William C.
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|Dimensions||13.5 x 8.5 cm - L x W|