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CARL CARMER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/05/1937 - HFSID 296552

CARL CARMER The American author of the 1934 book Stars Fell on Alabama responds to a letter from a man in New York. Typed Letter signed: "Carl Carmer" in black ink, 1 page, 7¾x9¾. New York, New York, 1937 July 5. Addressed to Frank H. Bohrer, Esq., Sherrill, New York.

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Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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CARL CARMER
The American author of the 1934 book Stars Fell on Alabama responds to a letter from a man in New York.
Typed Letter signed: "Carl Carmer" in black ink, 1 page, 7¾x9¾. New York, New York, 1937 July 5. Addressed to Frank H. Bohrer, Esq., Sherrill, New York. In full: "Dear Mr. Bohrer: I hope you will forgive my long delay in answering your very kind letter but I have been so occupied with my radio program, Your Neck of the Woods, that I have had to neglect practically everything else. I am very sorry indeed that you have had such a hard time and I hope that things will soon be better for you. It gives me much pleasure to know that you enjoyed Listen For a Lonesome Drum for gathering the material and working on that book was great fun and a fascinating experience for me. I hope your autograph collection prospers and I am only too glad to add my bit to it. Sincerely yours," American author Carl Carmer (1893-1976) was born in Cortland, New York. A popular writer during the 1940's and 1950's, his most famous work Stars Fell on Alabama (1934) was an autobiographical book of his experiences while living in Alabama. A graduate of Hamilton College and Harvard University, his works often deal with American history and folklore, notable works include Listen for a Lonesome Dove (1936), The Hudson (1939), The Jesse James of the Java Sea (1945), Hurricane Luck (1949), The Tavern Lamps are Burning (1964) and The Farm Boy and the Angel (1970). The radio show mentioned in his letter Your Neck o' the Woods was broadcast in 1937, in the show Carmer told American folk tales. Normal mailing folds. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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