Paris: 1974. unbound. Interesting lot of six items, including two short typed letters and four typed letters, all signed "Mary," ranging in date from November 5, 1974 to February 25, 1983, all addressed to Nancy MacDonald, Founder and Coordinator of the Spanish Refugee Relief Fund, an organization created to assist dissidents in exile that were opposed to the Franco regime. The letters are brief, discussing mutual friends, contributions to the organization, and her own lack of money. All written from Paris and in very good condition.
American author, critic, and political activist best known for her anti-war sentiments, support of Civil Rights, and her long-waging feud with fellow writer Lillian Hellman.