New York: 1951.
Fine content T.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, New York, December 20, 1951, reminiscing about his life-long friend Siegfried Sassoon, in full: "I am very much interested that you refer to our meeting with Sassoon. I am getting old and my memory evidently is not what it used to be. I would love to recall that meeting with you and I'll drop in on you as soon as I get a chance. At the minute I have a play in rehearsal and it takes up most of my time. But I'll look in; I want to meet you and reminisce. I shall wear, when I enter your establishment, reinforced coat lapels." *A newspaper article Behrman conducted with Sasson, when the British poet was visiting New York after World War I, led to a lifelong friendship and many visits to Sassoon's country house when he was in England. Boldly signed and in excellent condition.
American playwright, screenwriter, and longtime writer for The New Yorker.
Condition: Very Good