LOUIS BROMFIELD - PROGRAM SIGNED - HFSID 297357
Sale Price $180.00
The Pulitzer Prize winner signs a program from the bulletin of the Cleveland Advertising Club, announcing his speaking engagement.
Program signed: "With the best wishes/of/Louis Bromfield", 6x9, 4 pages. Program from The Torchlight, bulletin of the Cleveland Advertsing Club, announcing a members-only address to be given by Bromfield on the topic, "The Set-Up in Europe". Louis Bromfield (1896-1956) won the Pulitzer Prize for his third novel, Early Autumn (1926). No less than ten of his novels, including The Rains Came and Mrs. Parkington, were made into films. At the time of this letter, Bromfield was living in France, a country he had learned to love as a soldier in World War I. There he entertained many cultural celebrities, including Picasso and Hemingway. As war clouds gathered again in Europe, Bromfield and his family returned to his native Ohio in the late 1930s and established Malabar Farm to implement his innovative ideas on agriculture. Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married there in 1945. Multiple mailing folds. Corners worn. Minor notches at folds. Otherwise, fine condition.
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