MARY JOHNSTON - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 18725
Sale Price $108.00
Signature by novelist and women's rights advocate on a 4½x2¾ card
Signature: "Mary Johnston". 4½x2¾. Johnston (1870-1936, born in Buchanan, Virginia) was an American novelist, suffragette and advocate of women's rights. An author who often wrote novels that combined history and romance, she scored a hit with To Have and to Hold, which was serialized in the Atlantic Monthly in 1899 and became the bestselling novel in the United States in 1900. Two of her other novels, Audrey (1902) and Sir Mortimer (1904), also made the bestseller list. To Have and to Hold and Audrey were made into silent films, as was Pioneers of the Old South (1903). She wrote a total of 23 novels as well as short stories, a drama and two long narrative poems. Lightly toned and creased. Adhesive residue on verso (no show through). Otherwise in fine condition.
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