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Letter from Maxfield Parrish to his son Dillwyn
Windsor, VT: n.p., 1928. A.L.s., 4 pages. Four page autograph letter from American artist/illustrator Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), postmarked Windsor, Vermont, to his son Dillwyn. Addressed in care of John Sargent in Greenwich, Connecticut. Dated December 14, and postmarked December 15, 1928. Noted that Dillwyn's letter of December 12 "did not contain the news that you had secured the position of second vice-president of the General Motors Corp." Maxfield expressed his opinion that "a job is more easily obtained in a city not particularly teeming with new industries," offering the encouragement that "Something is bound to turn up in time." Maxfield Parrish expressed his pleasure that his son had "a haven like the Sargents' at Greenwich." Commented on events in Windsor and activities of friends and acquaintances. Signed "Dad." Accompanied by envelope.
      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press]
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