Tom’s Paintings in the Shack

July 20, 1917

JEH MacDonald, upon hearing my death, went to the Shack behind the Studio in Toronto. He went with Dr. James MacCallum to make an account of what was left behind. Thoreau MacDonald came along too. It made an impression that stayed with him for his entire life.

Here is Jim’s account of what was left behind. They’re thinking of putting on a memorial show at the Canadian National Exhibition later in the summer.

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