ALS, 1911 November 22 : [London?], to Ralph David Blumenfeld.


Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. ALS, 1911 November 22 : [London?], to Ralph David Blumenfeld.

ALS, 1911 November 22 : [London?], to Ralph David Blumenfeld.

Writing the editor of the London Daily Express, Kipling gives ideas for editorial cartoons concerning British elections and politicians, including Lloyd George. Signed RK.

2 1/2 p. ; 17.5 x 11 cm.

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