skip to main content
[Tillman Press], 1982. A memoir by a Vienna-born physician who immigrated to America in 1924. Three chapters: "Austria," "Italy," and "America," plus a half dozen poems and two paintings (one of which won first place from the American Physicians Art Association, 1979). Blunt descriptions of life as a female immigrant in a male field in America at the time. Clothbound; near fine, likely issued without a dust jacket. Laid in is a photocopy of a 1981 letter from Kerschbaumer to the Tillman Press, authorizing the printing of the manuscript and asking that it be published anonymously. Color photographs of the two paintings are also laid in. [#034910] SOLD

All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.