UNSIGNED AUTOGRAPH SPEECH WRITTEN IN PENCIL BY GEORGE WASHINGTON VARVER, October 26, 1939, on Waldorf-Astoria Letterhead

NY, 1939. Paperback. Very Good. Item #22-4852

One sheet of Waldorf-Astoria letterhead, with pencil writing on both sides, fold, edge chips, a bit sloppy but still an interesting piece; Carver titles his talk "The Creative Mind And Its Place in The Development of The South"; Carver lists "...business opportunities open to any right here who will catch the vision and push them to success..." including plums, blackberries, fried chicken. Unsigned, but written in Carver's hand, from the collection of Carver's former assistant at Tuskegee, Austin W. Curtis, Jr.

Price: $1,250.00

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