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#617 - H. G. Wells

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Description                           Estimate: $400+          

ALS, one page both sides, 4.5 x 3.5, Chiltern Court stationery card, September 16, 1934. Letter to Herbert W. Mansfield, in part: “If you are interested in my Autobiography, I hope you will read the book. The Herald extracts are very much cut about. I forget the Christian name of the Sutton who broke my leg. I’m interested to hear the Midhursts’ have saved my bedroom. I must look in & see it one day.” In fine condition. Wells was a student and then a student-teacher at the Midhurst Grammar School in 1882 and 1883. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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