IRVING STONE - INSCRIBED PAMPHLET SIGNED - HFSID 203267
Sale Price $324.00
A pamphlet for Stone's exhibition at the Patten Free Library in Maine, inscribed by the author to a fan
Inscribed Pamphlet signed: "Irving Stone/To Roz Carter, from her friend", 4 pages, 6x9. Brochure for an untitled exhibition at the Patten Free Library, Bath Maine, 1965 February 1-26. Signed on front, below a reproduced photo image of Stone (b/w, 4½x5½). Pamphlet contains a brief autobiography by Stone and the transcript of a lecture he delivered at the Library of Congress (1957). Irving Stone (1903-1989) wrote fictionalized portraits of American First Families, including Andrew and Rachel Jackson (The President's Lady, 1951) and Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln (Love is Eternal, 1954) and John and Abigail Adams (Those Who Love, 1965). Other Stone novels focused on historical figures include Vincent van Gogh (Lust for Life, 1934) and Michelangelo (The Agony and the Ecstasy, 1965). Lightly toned. Stain on right margin. Corners lightly worn and creased, esp. bottom right corner. Slight surface creases. Edges slightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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