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Conrad, Joseph
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ("J. CONRAD") TO ACTRESS CATHERINE LIVINGSTON WILLARD, ARRANGING A MEETING DURING HIS VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES 
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Conrad, Joseph
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ("J. CONRAD") TO ACTRESS CATHERINE LIVINGSTON WILLARD, ARRANGING A MEETING DURING HIS VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES 
Estimate
7001,000
LOT SOLD. 750 USD
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Conrad, Joseph
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ("J. CONRAD") TO ACTRESS CATHERINE LIVINGSTON WILLARD, ARRANGING A MEETING DURING HIS VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES 
Two pages (10 1/2 x 7 3/4 in.; 269 x 198 mm) on paper. Effendi Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York (embossed stationary), 8 May 1923, signed "J. Conrad". 
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Literature

Davies, Selected Letters, p. 536

Catalogue Note

"Just a word to tell you that I am coming to Boston next week, on a tour arranged by my dear friends and hosts in this country Mr & Mrs Doubleday. I will let you know when the dates are fixed. But it is certain that we will see each other before long." Willard spent her childhood in Cincinnati, her teenage years in England, and completed her theatrical training in France. She returned in America in 1921, and Conrad was intrigued by the thought of her playing Lena in Victory

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