A.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, Paris, November 12th 1929, in French (with translation), giving permission to the recipient to reproduce and article, in part: "...You may reproduce the article in your magazine. I would like you to dedicate it to Blaise Cendrars. Please ask Mr. Hetbertat, on my behalf, for "The End of the World" - perhaps you have a copy? In order to obtain this, tell Mr. Hetbertat that your magazine is neither in favor of supporting his effort nor of accepting suggestions for him with regard to the theatre. He will be happy with this..." Evenly toned and in very good condition.
French painter, sculptor and filmmaker whose earliest works were a personal form of cubism - later modified into a more populist style.
Condition: Very Good