1921. Wall, Berhardt. Autographed Letter Signed; Circa 1921, one page to an unknown recipient, Larry, written on the verso of this etching; J. Ray Johnson | Wall 1921 [half-length portrait]. Dark brown. Signed in the plate. From Wall’s Etched Monthly. 17.5 x 12.5 cm. Very good. Item #17308
June 25, 1AM Dear Larry, Your good letter at hand also Englands’ - turned over to his executive Sec??? and some Flag notes - Saw earmarks of your ???? in the new regeneration - Sorry not to have seen you again - called at Astor at 2 - you were checked out. Lady Speyer’s poem which I made into a book got the prize in the Southern Poetry Society Contest. Am booked for a lecture Nov. 3 - at Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ft. Worth Tx vote by Board of Alderman gave me freedom of city, signed by Mayor, his Sec’y great city seal - and notary sign and seal. Am to make 3 new private books - one for (Louis) Chalif, the famous dancing teacher. It is hot. - too hot to work, but we (small squiggle) must. I appreciate your interest in this ???? Roosevelt, he does too. Shall see the Redpath this week. The “Billboard” has a dandy write up this week. Well hope you’ll be in Louisville - I like the city very much. Remember me to L??? Good night, yours, Ever Bernhardt Wall.