The shores of light: a literary chronicle of the twenties and thirties
Galley 121/121-A (1 sheet) of Edmund Wilson's The shore's of light. Galley 121-A reprints a February, 1928 letter of F. Scott Fitzgerald's to Edmund Wilson. This galley was sent to Scottie Fitzgerald Smith to whom Wilson added a signed marginal holograph note.
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