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Description: In this autograph letter signed, Edwards states in part: “I have not heard from you since I sent you the drawing for the “Initial I”, for the book… Will you please send me plate proofs of both it and the headband — for my records, — and anything else you have of interest… I have not heard anything more about the book, but of course I am greatly interested in it and all that concerns it.”

Written on a sheet of 10″ x 8″ stationery with an embossed stamp “George Wharton Edwards Greenwich, Conn” at the top. Item #A01325

George Wharton Edwards (1859-1950) was an American impressionist painter, as well as, an author and illustrator. He was a member of the Cos Cob Art Colony, Art Director at Collier’s Magazine and headed the Art Department at the American Bank Note Company.

Condition: Mailing folds with some offsetting of the ink, a short tear through the embossed stamp has been reinforced with archival tissue/tape on verso, generally good condition.