IRVING WALLACE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/20/1972 - HFSID 185886
IRVING WALLACE Irving Wallace writes a letter offering good wishes to class studying the "Modern Authors". Autograph Letter signed: "Irving Wallace", 1p, 7¼x10¼. No place, 20 October 1972.
Sale Price $198.00
Irving Wallace writes a letter offering good wishes to class studying the "Modern Authors".
Autograph Letter signed: "Irving Wallace", 1p, 7¼x10¼. No place, 20 October 1972. On personal letterhead to: "To all of you wonderful students in the Chute Public Schools studying 'Modern Authors'-" In full: "I have great admiration for each and everyone of you and I wish you well- wish you the best of everything. Always," Prolific author Irving Wallace (1916-1990) produced 16 novels and 17 nonfiction works that sold over 250 million copies worldwide. He also wrote a dozen screenplays (1953-1959) before turning solely to writing books. Wallace's first major bestseller was The Chapman Report (1960). His works also include the novels The Prize (1962) and The Word (1972), which were made into a feature film and TV miniseries respectively, and the nonfiction The People's Almanac (first edition published in 1975) and The Book of Lists (first published in 1977) both written with his son, David Wallechinsky (Wallace's real last name!). Fold creases not near signature. Fine condition.
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