Typed Letter Signed
1937. Dated December 14, 1937, on New York Herald Tribune stationery, and written to the National Broadcasting Company's "Director of Women's Activities," declining a speaking engagement: "I am so sorry to disappoint both you and Dr. Angell, but another speech for anybody is just out of the question. I simply can't do it." Thompson, in addition to writing her regular syndicated column and a column for the Ladies Home Journal, was, in the 1930s, an NBC radio broadcaster. She had also, in this year, separated from Sinclair Lewis. Thompson's signature is scarce. 5-1/2" x 7-3/4". Fine. [#032939] $250
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