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- Title on slipcase: James Joyce and Giorgio Joyce - Three ALS to Richard Wallace, 1922, 1926
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- Restricted access; Berg Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
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- Glenn Horowitz Bookseller,
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- Berg Coll 28384
Joyce, James, 1882-1941, creator.
Letters from James Joyce and George Joyce to Richard Wallace.
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James Joyce was an Irish novelist, short-story writer, playwright, poet, and literary critic. Richard William Wallace (1872-1927) was an American commercial artist and advertising executive who resided in Paris for a number of years. The collection (3 items in 1 slipcase) comprises two autograph letters signed by James Joyce, 1922 April 24 and 1926 December 22, and one autograph letter signed by his son George (Giorgio) Joyce, 1922 June 17, all written to James Joyce's friend, Richard Wallace. James Joyce's letter of 1922 April 24 (one page) encloses a letter for Wallace's perusal (not present) and mentions an invitation to lunch and other matters. The letter bears a pencilled note signed "W." Joyce's letter of 1926 December 22 (one page) extends holiday greetings and best wishes for Wallace's health. At Ezra Pound's request he asks Wallace to obtain information from Dr. [Joseph] Collins about a New York collector. Both letters are written in ink and addressed "Dear Wallace." George Joyce's letter (two pages on one leaf, in ink), is written at Paris and addressed "Dear Mr. Wallace." Writing on his father's behalf, he asks Wallace to convey Joyce's thanks to Collins for his article in the New York Times, and supplies several corrections regarding his father's life and the novel Ulysses.
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Restricted access; Berg Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Purchased from Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, 2018.
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Joyce, George, 1905-1976, correspondent.
Wallace, Richard, 1872-1927, correspondent.
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Berg Coll 28384