Item #268222 holograph letter. Boardman Robinson.

holograph letter

1917. Ephemera. Item #268222
ISBN: 281AIB1051179

Boardman Robinson ((1876-1952) was a Canadian-American muralist, illustrator and cartoonist. He worked for 'The Masses' which was deemed to have violated the Espionage Act of 1917 which caused the magazine to cease publication. Robinson and others were acquitted in October, 1918. He then was a contibuting editor for 'The Liberator' and 'The New Masses' with Max Eastman. He painted murals in Rockefeller Center, U.S., Department of Justice, and a nine-panel mural on the History of Trade for Kaufmann's flagship department store in Pittsburgh completed in 1929. Holograph letter, one sheet, 10 x 8 inches, in green ink, written on recto only: '126 E. 23rd, My dear Mr. Fawcett, Thanks thoroughly for the notion. I have done it. It should have gone in the call this morning but it didn't for some reason. Yours, Boardman Robinson, Oct. 7, 17.' Letter has been folded for mailing.

Price: $60.00

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