ARCHIVE OF 3 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (ALSs). Henry MILLER.

ARCHIVE OF 3 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (ALSs)

1979. Letter. Three AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED to Al Berlinski, proprietor of Sun Dog Press. Includes: One page, signed "H.M.," sending issues of STROKES, with his business card, also with a note by Miller and INITIALED. Another letter, two pages on both sides of his personal stationery, discusses his eye troubles and a catalog put out in conjunction with a show he had in Jerusalem: "A flop because Israeli were short of dough, spending everything on [?], planes and ammunition. Enuf! I saw Thurston and Houdini on stage. The man who invited me to Magician's Ball was a W.U. messenger, himself quite a magician, I thought." He discusses a few of his books,including SEXUS, and mentions some shops where one can get them. "Have you read about the Dalai Lama's visit to the U.S. Got a rundown on his speech in L.A. Fabulous! Speaks common sense, laughs heartily, recommends no religious practices. Hope papers write him up as they surely will the Pope." The third letter is one page, SIGNED "Henry Miller" and dated 3 December 1979, with his address stamped in the top left corner. In part: "No use sending me books to read -- have had to quit reading -- eye trouble." Talks about signing books, having books due to come out from Capra Press, enquires about lithographs, and says he has no carbons of manuscripts. Fine. Item #020096

Price: $1,000.00

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