Constable Correspondence, 1936-1937.


Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946. Constable Correspondence, 1936-1937.

Constable Correspondence, 1936-1937.

A series of eleven letters from the prominent American journalist and humorist to Michael Sadleir of the British publishing firm, Constable & Co., concerning a copyright dispute over song quote from "More Than Somewhat." Correspondence also discusses anthologies that included Runyon's "Money From Home" and "Blue Plate Special."

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