New York: 1928.
A.L.S. 8vo. 3 pages, New York City, September 20th 1928, planning a dinner outing with a friend, in part: "...I promised to tell you when I was well again and when Tom was through traveling ... But though Tom finished his travels... I didn't finish my illness reasonably at all, but had stupid recurrences of it up to and including vacation at Big Moose Lake. But now all that is over --- and by this time it's our turn to have you. So won't you consult with Jerry and then tell me when you could come down and have some dinner and good talk?" This letter is accompanied by its original holograph mailing envelope postmarked September 20th 1928.
American writer best remembered for her novels 'Gentleman's Agreement' and 'Consenting Adults'.
Condition: Very Good