• Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 March n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-03-04)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 March n.d. Ethelwyn remarks that the letter put her at ease as she had been feeling anxious for an unknown reason. She mentions the deaths of Carl Shrens [sp?] and Robert Balfour.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 May 1934

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1934-05-04)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mr. Page, 4 May 1934. Ethelwyn mentions that her birthday celebrations have been extended this year. She also describes a visit from Mr. John W. Garvin "who wrote the Introduction to my book".
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 May n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-05-04)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 May n.d. Ethelwyn writes that "the checks came safely yesterday & Dorothy took them at once to deposit in the bank at Fenwick." She mentions that some of the money was from a Maple Leaf investment she believed "vanished". Ethelwyn also describes an accident her hand Ken had at the Atlas Steel Works in Welland, "a piece of steel slipped, one part hitting him in the pit of the stomach, the other making a deep wound just above the knee. He's been in the hospital for a week but is doing well." Ethelwyn also mentions the death of a neighbor, Sol Leppert, after an operation for appendicitis.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 November n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-11-04)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 4 November n.d. Ethelwyn mentions Mrs.Watson and comments she "had a sense of humor. Her account of the town crier was most amusing." She also comments on Homer Watson, "You and I can readily understand that a great genius, like Homer Watson would feel better and write better in a part of Scotland, where the roads were 'like those around Galt' than he would in foggy smoky London." She discusses the book written by Frank Page and the editing process.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 6 August n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-08-06)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mr. Page, 6 August n.d. Ethelwyn writes that she has received a book from Frank Page and she is in great gratitude because it reminds her of a trip to New York.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 6 May n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-05-06)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 6 May n.d. Ethelwyn acknowledges receiving checks from Frank Page and apologizes that her letters were not sent earlier. They had been misplaced in a kitchen drawer and are several days later than intended.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 8 December n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-12-08)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page 8 December n.d. Ethelwyn mentions that she has received two letter from Frank and finds "them not only education but eloquent with the sort of eloquence that carries one into a new & lovely world. You see, I haven't the slightest knowledge of art, & I'm handicapped by my Quaker ancestry, which considered color as having a diabolic significance." Ethelwyn also mentions some copied letters of Van Gogh, sent from Frank Page. She states "But don't you think it wonderful that Van Gogh should have been so little appreciated in his life time. That is such an astounding fact."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 8 May n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-05-08)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank page, 8 May n.d. Ethelwyn thanks the Page family for their birthday wishes. She also mentions that "I have two or three times been spoken of in print as a 'pioneer' - a word that I always supposed was only suited to one's grandmother or to people born in 1790."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 8 November n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-11-08)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 8 November n.d. Ethelwyn comments that she has "been reading stock market news everyday of late so I am due to gain 500 or possibly a thousand dollars worth of experience and that may 'learn me'!" She also mentions she is feeling better since a recent fall. Her housekeeper, Miss Campbell, is with her all day and Kenneth has a job at Atlas Steel Works in Welland. Dorothy is working in Cornwall. Ethelwyn has "a little article on the old time 'silent meeting' among the Quakers in Saturday night."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 9 May n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-05-09)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 9 May n.d. Ethelwyn mentions that Mr. Page has sent her some copies of his book. She comments on errors in the print of Frank's book and lists the page numbers and corrections.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 9 October 1937

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1937-10-09)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mr. Frank Page, 9 October 1937. The letter mentions the stock market and some bonds that Mr. Page is selling for Ethelwyn. She also discusses her own health, stating "I have no particular pain, but am not as strong as I probably would be if I took more exercise. I have great faith in diet and exercise."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, April n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-04)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, simply dated "April". Ethelwyn remarks that Frank Page has created a book "to make your friend alive to the world" instead of for the purpose of "money-making" and she finds that honourable. She tells Frank to continue his writing despite some criticisms from her friend Walter McRaye. She sends Franks encouraging words and finishes the letter with "the chances are you are helping me more than I can help you"
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, Monday 17 July n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-07-17)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mr. Frank Page, Monday July 17 n.d. Ethelwyn has received a picture album from the Page family. She comments on critic remarks in The Narrator, discussing the Homer Watson book by Frank Page. Ethelwyn also mentions that Dorothy and Charlie have their car lot in Welland.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, November 20

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-11-20)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page. The letter discusses her friend Franks books and her own. She also mentions the war, "They think me sorry for myself. Since the war began and I read the atrocities in the daily papers, I am sorry for everybody. Yes, I am sorry for God. He must suffer over such a self-willed hell of a world."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, Saturday 22 July n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-07-22)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, Saturday July 22 n.d. In her letter, Ethelwyn mentions that Dorothy has been going through photographs and she is sending a negative to the Page family. She also discusses a recent review of Frank Page's book in The Winnipeg Free Press, "the kind that gives the reader enough of the book's flavor to sharpen his appetite for more."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, Saturday 29 April n.d.

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (nd-04-29)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 29 April n.d. Ethelwyn writes "Congratulations on your book just received. I very much like its appearance and the good work you have put into it. As a verbal painter you have given us Homer Watson in every phase of his life, with a loving fidelity. To detail that should win the gratitude of his innumerable admirers." She continues to praise Frank Page and his work on Homer Watson.
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank, Elsie & Ellen Page, 1 January 1935

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1935-01-01)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to the Page family, 1 January 1935. Ethelwyn wishes the family a Happy New Year and thanks them for a scarf received at Christmas. She quotes Emerson as she mentions her new years resolutions is "whenever a sad thought enters my mind, I will at once think of two things for which I am grateful. The other is that I'll write something every day. Even if it has to be revised & re-revised & then has to be discarded."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank, Elsie & Ellen Page, 6 May 1933

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1933-05-06)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank, Elsie and Ellen Page, 6 May 1933. In the letter, Ethelwyn describes a birthday gift from the Page family. She received a book by an Italian author. Ethelwyn discusses a great author's ability to be translated into different languages and still "retaining its power to move and thrill". She also mentions that she has been asked by poet Charles G.D. Roberts to write "a biographical sketch of the late Sir Richard Harcourt for his Canadian 'Who was who'."
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 23 September 1918

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1918-09-23)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple that reads: "Dear Miss Dalrymple, I was glad to get your note of condolence because of the kindness that prompted it and because it gives me an opportunity to tell you what I have often thought, that it is to you and such as you who have been bereaved for our country's sake that the sympathy and grateful regard of everyone should turn. My brother had suffered a great deal, and in his frequent attacks of nervous depression had often longed for death; so while we mourn it is not for him but for ourselves. A selfish grief like that should not be cherished. But your brother I am sure was so young that for him 'the best was yet to be.' I often think of the thousands of names in which war has brought death, and wondered what our country can ever do to show her gratitude. Dorothy has missed some days since the term began, chiefly because of mud and rain. She has a very sincere affection for you. You are young and the inspiration of two score young spirits. Is that fact full of petry to you? It is to me. With kind regards to your Aunts and to yourself, very sincerely, A.E. Wetherald"
    • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 8 July 1932

      Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1932-07-08)
      A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 8 July 1932. The letter reads: "Dear Miss Dalrymple - Won't you please let me know when Mr. Page & his family are in this part of the country, as we very much want you all to spend an afternoon & evening with us. If you could let me know the day of your coming we should be glad. A telegram from Los Angeles last Tuesday told us of the death of my dear brother Charlie, who had been ill in bed for two months. It is a comfort to know that he was among loving friends, everything was done for him that could be done & his last weeks on earth were peaceful & serene. Hoping to see you all here this month - you & Jean & Elsie & Frank & little Ellen - don't one of you dare stay away! Ever your loving friend A. E. Wetherald"