Durham, NY: 1966.
T.L.S with a holograph postscript, 4to., 1 page, personal letterhead, Durham, New York, July 1st 1966, to literary agent and physician William Amburn concerning promotional appearances for his book, in part: "...Mrs. Prashker tells me that you have inherited me as a patient and a client, and I hope you don't regret it before we are through. If you have not already sent me a copy of the printed book to this address I would be greatly obliged if you would. Naturally, I am eager to see how it looks. At the present time it looks as if I would be in New York City about July 21st and again about July 26th. I have to go to Los Angeles from the 22nd to the 25th..." P.S. "I must add that I feel terribly shy about anything that involves personal appearances." Staple holes at top left-hand margin otherwise in fine condition.
American theater critic whose column graced the pages of the New York Times from 1925-1960.
Condition: Very Good