JACK CARVER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/15/1975 - HFSID 80225
Sale Price $162.00
Cartoonist writes fan about sending him signed cartoon clippings, signs his name in black ink
Typed letter signed: "Jack/ Carver" in black ink. 1 page, 5x3½, affixed to 6x3½ paper. May 15, 1975. In full: "Dear Mr. Croxford, The Editor of 'Public Service' has passed on to me your letter and enclosures. I am pleased to sign the drawings as you ask and return them herewith [not included]. The cuttings I am returning to the 'Public Services' Editor at his request as I understand he wishes to use them for a feature item. He will doubtless forward them to you after use. Best wishes. Yours sincerely". Jack Carver is a British cartoonist who drew cartoons depicting gender discrimination and stereotypes for the newspaper Public Service. Toned. Very irregularly cut. Light surface creases from adhesive. Edges and corners worn. Additional adhesives on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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