Discussing books in progress, reviews, upcoming engagements, and other literary and home state subjects, in a series of six single-spaced letters, signed by Borland, 1961-1971, to Omaha World-Herald book reviewer and friend Victor Haas; accompanied by an ANS and two TLsS and two signed cards of a more personal nature and concerning life after Hal's death from Borland's wife Barbara to Haas and his wife.

Salisbury, CT: 1961-1982. 8vo and 4to. Six pages for the Borland letters, approximately 2500 words, in part: "specially glad you agree with me that Ruark's best book was 'The Old Man and the Boy.' Most of the other things were tripe [1965] ... that review of yours (of 'Hill Country Harvest') made me feel like a million bucks and very proud to have written that book [1967] ... our river, right in the dooryard, is too polluted to swim in, almost too polluted for fish to endure [1967]." Five of the letters are accompanied by their mailing envelopes. Very good lot in all respects. (9745). Item #62871

Price: $150.00

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