WILLIAM B. MAXWELL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/29/1920 - HFSID 73101
WILLIAM B. MAXWELL Writer writes letter to friend, trying to set up an appointment Autograph letter signed: "W.B. Maxwell" in blue ink. 1 page, 4¼x6. December 29, 1920. Kensington Gore, London, England. In full: "Dear Mr.
Sale Price $324.00
WILLIAM B. MAXWELL
Writer writes letter to friend, trying to set up an appointment
Autograph letter signed: "W.B. Maxwell" in blue ink. 1 page, 4¼x6. December 29, 1920. Kensington Gore, London, England. In full: "Dear Mr. Starr, Certainly I am willing to give my opinion, - for what they are worth; and I shall be glad to see you here, as you kindly suggest, if you can come on Saturday at noon. If this does not suit your convenience will you kindly propose an appointment for Monday. Yours truly". British novelist William B. Maxwell (1866-1938), the son of novelist Mary Elizabeth Braddon, wrote both plays and novels. He is well known for his drama The Last Man In (1910) and the satire The Naked Truth (1910). Maxwell wrote almost 40 novels which include Tudor Green (1935), The Ragged Messenger (1904) and The Devil's Garden (1913). He also enlisted as a lieutenant in the Royal Fusiliers at the age of 50, with the outbreak of World War I. Normal mailing fold. Light surface creases. Slight toning in left margin. Small spots throughout. Otherwise, fine condition.
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