ERSKINE CALDWELL - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: STEPHEN KING, ISAAC ASIMOV, ROBERT PENN WARREN, ALEX HALEY, LEON URIS, EDWARD ALBEE - HFSID 65894
AUTHORS SALUTE JACK LONDON: ERSKINE CALDWELL, EDWARD ALBEE, ISAAC ASIMOV, STEPHEN KING, ALEX HALEY, LEON URIS and ROBERT PENN WARREN Seven authors sign a first day cover honoring Jack London, framed to 24½x20 First Day Cover signed:
Sale Price $850.00
AUTHORS SALUTE JACK LONDON: ERSKINE CALDWELL, EDWARD ALBEE, ISAAC ASIMOV, STEPHEN KING, ALEX HALEY, LEON URIS and ROBERT PENN WARREN
Seven authors sign a first day cover honoring Jack London, framed to 24½x20
First Day Cover signed: "Erskine Caldwell", "Edward Albee", "Isaac Asimov", "Stephen King", "Alex Haley", "Leon Uris" and "Rbt Penn Warren", 6¼x3½. First Day Cover honoring American author Jack London, 25-cent stamp affixed, postmarked Glen Ellen, California, 1986 January 11, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Author-journalist ERSKINE CALDWELL (1903-1987) made his mark on American literature with such classics on the South as Tobacco Road (1932) and God's Little Acre (1933). Playwright EDWARD F. ALBEE III, whose plays include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962) and All Over (1971), won the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for A Delicate Balance (1966). Science fiction Hugo Award winner, ISAAC ASMIOV (1920-1992) was more than a novelist, also writing science and theology textbooks among his many works, which include his sci-fi Foundation trilogy (1951-1953) and his scientific text, The Human Brain (1964). ALEX HALEY (1921-1992) won a 1977 Pulitzer Prize for Roots, his poignant saga of American slavery that was adapted into an award-winning television mini-series. STEPHEN KING, a master of the horror genre, has written a long list of bestsellers, many of which have been adapted for the screen or as TV miniseries. LEON URIS (1924-2003) reflected on the centuries-long plight of the Semites in Exodus (1958). He also wrote the script for that film and for Battle Cry (based on his 1953 book). Author/critic ROBERT PENN WARREN (1905-1989) won Pulitzer Prizes in 1947 for All The King's Men, his 1946 biographical novel of Huey Long, and in 1958 for his poetic work, Promises: Poems 1954-1956 (1957), becoming the first to win in both the fiction and poetry categories. Lightly soiled at lower right blank corner. Fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 24½x20.
Following offer submission users will be contacted at their account email address within 48 hours. Our response will be to accept your offer, decline your offer or send you a final counteroffer. All offers can be viewed from within the "Document Offers" area of your HistoryForSale account. Please review the Make Offer Terms prior to making an offer.
If you have not received an offer acceptance or counter-offer email within 24-hours please check your spam/junk email folder.