(1874 - 1945) - woman of letters. Signed letter and autograph note. Addressed to the magdeleine greslé singer. 1⁄2 in-8, bereavement, envelope bearing the name of the recipient.
On his overflowing activity and the learning of the violin. I cannot come because I have to prepare for the gallop two small conferences for the French vitry where I go Monday - plus a chapter of my novel for the newspaper. I have only four days for all of this, and can't reasonably deal with my violin - literature is avenging at this moment, invades everything, has prevented me from painting since I came back, and, now, attacks the violin.I'll catch up with this crisis. I consider myself unavailable until January 21, the day of the annals. Then I'll only have joinville, bordeaux, lyon and st raphael, where I'll go "suck.
" But I'll do old conferences in these cities, so without a turbin. Forgive me for being in penance and guess how much it hurts me in court, since I worked for months thinking about the day when you would see my progress. Alas - hands, eyes -". Autograph note, in pencil, dated December 31, 1917, addressed to the same."Let the new year be for you a horn of abundance and a song of joy - say when I see you - quickly - the three - year - old violinist who no longer has a mother. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons".Dinks" and is located in this country: en. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.