JDS/1/26 - Letter, J. D. Salinger to Donald Hartog, 9/3/1990
Letter, J. D. Salinger to Donald Hartog, 9/3/1990
2 leaves Letters (typescript)
Salinger writes of Colleen’s like for Italian operatic tenors. He encloses a photograph of his son and grandson [not included]. He refers to the possible demise of Don’s fire alarm company in the recession and asks for a taped interview with Howard to be sent. He reminisces about the time he spent in Vienna [1937/38] and what he has liked in life. He comments on Don’s relatives living in Israel and their war time experience. Salinger hopes Dilys is feeling better, and writes briefly about their home activities and pets. The last sentence is handwritten.