Pompano Beach: 1971. unbound. 2 pages, 10.5 x 7.25 inches, Pompano Beach, Florida, October 30, 1971. Signed "Jerome" on personal stationery with a stamped envelope and handwritten corrections in ink. This lively letter covers a range of subjects from retirements homes to contemporary life in Florida, in part: "...If there is any single condemnation of our capitalist society, it is the horror of what it does with old people without limitless means. Nelson Rockefeller's mother we don't have to worry about...The Gold Coast, as they call the place in which we live, is full of sexy broads and their fast talking husbands... What a place! I have not had so much fun since my briss. And my work is going well...Last Respects, my new novel, due...in January...Aside from more money, what more can a man ask? Answer a good hot pastrami sandwich..." Horizontal folds; staple hole in the upper left corner. Very good(+) condition.