Typed Letter Signed [tls] By James Thurber Humorist, Cartoonist, Author 1959
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Typed Letter Signed [tls] By James Thurber Humorist, Cartoonist, Author 1959:
TYPED LETTER SIGNED [TLS] BY JAMES THURBER HUMORIST, CARTOONIST, AUTHOR 1959
33525James Thurber (1894-1961). TYPED LETTER SIGNED [TLS] BY JAMES THURBER HUMORIST, CARTOONIST, AUTHOR James Thurber (1894-1961). NF 1 Letter Personal 4to 11" - 13" tall 1959 James Thurber. TLS. Reads “Dear Peckham: Nunnally Johnson stopped in to see me last week on his way to Rome by plane, and I told him about your visit and your columns and hope that he could write something for you about the fishing trips. But he has gone to Rome to make a picture and says he will be too tied up with that and other things to get around to his typewriter. I didn’t know that my other correspondent was Luke Short. Cordially yours. ” Boldly signed “thurber” (in crayon or with a black pencil). Dated “April 8, 1959.” The New Yorker’s letterhead. 10 3/8” x 8 ¼”. Boldly signed. Near fine with original envelope. Thurber (1894-1961) was a prolific American writer and cartoonist. His cartoons and written work were a mainstay of The New Yorker during the 1930s and 1940s. His best known stories include “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, ” "Is Sex Necessary" (1929, with E. B. White) , "My Life and Hard Times" (1933) , "The Years with Ross" (1959) , and the short story collections "The Middle Aged Man on the Flying Trapeze" and "The Thurber Carnival." Photo of author is not original. 424.95
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