Autograph Letter, 8vo, Great Neck, NY, September 17, 1944, with signature on transmittal envelope. MAX WEBER.
MAX WEBER

(1881-1961) American painter who worked in the style of cubism before migrating to Jewish themes towards the end of his life.

Autograph Letter, 8vo, Great Neck, NY, September 17, 1944, with signature on transmittal envelope

Weber writes to a relative, "Dear Cousin Charles: Just a word to tell you that we were delighted with your last visit to Great Neck. We want you to know that we are greatly pleased over your good fortune in having found so splendid a wife - we are sure that she is an excellent companion and help-mate. God bless you both. Yes dear Charles: Our minds and hearts interlock on the significance and outcome of the war. I am in full accord with your deeply felt words. We understand and understanding is a fortune". This letter is in very good condition. Weber writes in heavy black fountain pen in a very attractive scrolling hand. Paper has been cut down to fit content. Letter is unsigned but envelope is included and Weber has handwritten his name and address on the front.

Item #1082

Price: $400.00

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