Clarence B Sage
"last May 28, 1915. Mrs. Clara N. Reed, 43 Crown street, Kingston, N. Y. My Dear Mrs. Reed: It would be impossible to tell how much we all enjoyed the if-ll T.-n-f : p a i d for t n e t i m e and trouble get- down and back. About i n t y Cats k'ill people besides the u s came ^own ^own to hear "The Creation." and every one was most enthusiastic in their praise of the whole performance. , The Catskill people who attended Teat in- the performance of The Creation have heard such r e a11 P e Â°P le before and heard them done n u m b e r f " "l: "l: ~ i " ~- ! i! i! as r durins saying this was by far course of , d "eard. artists, one in particular The Creation three times. big sale which several days. Dur- -Â°ale h a l s ar% bains dist most remarkably" low e " usual trim. continued Tbe one thing we all wondered the small attendance by Kingston Kingston people at all three concerts. find however, a good reason for when we read t h e comment on concert in your local morning paper. We do not wonder that you cannot fill your seats when a local paper gives you such a cnld blast. As I have said, we Catskill pie thought wo had heard something far above the ordinary and we not going to change our - minds spito of f u n ' very critical article your Kingston morning paper. Yours very truly, (Signed! CLARENCE B. SAGE. Moving.