|Title||Letter and Envelope from Edward Johnson to John McIntyre|
|Year Range from||1955|
|Year Range to||1955|
.1 Letter written by Edward Johnson to John McIntyre. The letter is on white letterhead with Edward Johnson's address in black in the upper left corner. The letter thanks John for an article that he wrote about Edward and wishes John success in his singing career. .2 The envelope that the letter came in. Beige envelope with John McIntyre's address on the front with a US 3 cent stamp and a postmark dated April 25, 1955. There is a yellow stain on the front of the envelope that appears to be glue. On the back of the envelope is Edward Johnson's address.
.1 "Edward Johnson 687 Madison Avenue New York 21, New York" "NY Apr 25th, 1955 Dear John: - This is a very belated note of thanks for your letter with enclosed a copy of your article written around me and my career. Let me first of all congratulate you on the very efficient manner in which the article is written and secondly for the compliments paid me in its content. No doubt you are still working on your music and I hope to have the pleasure of hearing you sometime when I am in Guelph. My compliments to your parents and "keep at it". It is tough at times - but it is worth the effort. Sincerely Yours Edward Johnson" .2 Canada New York 17 N.Y. Apr 25 4:30 pm 1955 Strike back at Cancer Give American Cancer Society Mr. John McIntyre 252 Dublin St. Guelph, Ontario" "Edward Johnson 687 Madison Avenue New York 21, New York"
FAMILY NAME - JOHNSON
FAMILY NAME - McINTYRE
10.43/7.28/3.93/7.59 in. - Length/Width/Length/Width