New York: 1935.
T.L.S. "F.P.A.", 4to. 1 page, Herald Tribune, New York City, April 16th 1935. Providing the recipient with a portion of a poem he has remembered, in full: "All I remember for "Our Railroads" is: He stood at the station, she by his side, She was his young and blushing bride, and he whispered, "Birdie, how shall we go, By the Kankakee or Kokomo?" I printed something about it once and got a letter from the author Mr. Louis Harrison. I know that he is somewhere in New York, but I don't know his address." Near Fine.
American journalist and humorist who was a member of the legendary Algonquin Table.
Condition: Near Fine