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CARL CARMER - AUTOGRAPH 04/23/1937 CO-SIGNED BY: EDITH T. SCARLETT, LYSBETH BOYD BORIE, KATHERINE GARRISON CHAPIN, MARGARETTA V. W. WRIGHT, HOMER EATON KEYES, LUDWIG LEWISOHN - HFSID 88256

EARLY 1900 ART FIGURES AND SCHOLARS Signatures from seven early 1900's (1930's) art figures and scholars, including Carl Carmer, Ludwig Lewisohn, and Lysbeth Boyd Barrie Signatures: "Carl Carmer - March 15, 1937", "A second meeting better than the first/Since, like good wine, it stimulates the thirst.

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EARLY 1900 ART FIGURES AND SCHOLARS
Signatures from seven early 1900's (1930's) art figures and scholars, including Carl Carmer, Ludwig Lewisohn, and Lysbeth Boyd Barrie
Signatures: "Carl Carmer - March 15, 1937", "A second meeting better than the first/Since, like good wine, it stimulates the thirst./Ludwig Lewisohn/Scranton, Jan.7 1937", "Homer Eaton Keyes - New York/Feb. 2 1937", "Edith T. Scarlett", "Lysbeth Boyd Borie", "Katherine Garrison Chapin", "Margaretta V.W. Wright", 5½x8½ (front and verso). This sheet, signed throughout 1937, bears the rare signatures of several 1930's art figures and scholars: CARL CARMER (Nonfiction and novels, Stars Fell on Alabama), LUDWIG LEWISOHN (Jewish scholar, author, and translator, The Island Within), HOMER EATON KEYES (Author and professor, editor of Antiques), EDITH T. SCARLTETT (Artist and painter), LYSBETH BOYD BARRIE (Poet, Poems for Peter), KATHERINE GARRISON CHAPIN (Poet, The Other Journey). A rare piece for early American cultural history. Binding holes on left margin. Heavily toned. Light surface creases. Stray ink marks on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.

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