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My autobiography. With many illustrations.

Main Author: McClure, S. S. 1857-1949.
Related Names: Cather, Willa 1873-1947.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Magazine Publishers [1914]
Note: CONDITION: Good.
FMCA accession no. 13; 1 (c.2)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: (tag) Sent by: Dr. E A Rumely 205 E 42nd Street New York City Ack'd: 12-30-37.
INSCRIPTION: To Mr & Mrs Henry Ford : Dr. Rumely asked me to autograph this my book for you. It is nothing compared to what your autobiography would be. I hope you will read the first part which deals a lot with the m [iddle West which I regard as the best part of our country. S.S. McClure New York City Christmas 1937. (c.2) To Edsel Ford, in whose father's life America has another such story of struggle and achievement - EAR.
Library has 2 copies.
LOCATION: Library 10.8.
ACCESS: Must be used on site, prior notice required ; contact university archivist.
" ... actually written entirely by Willa Cather."--F. B. Adams Jr.
Special edition published for the inspiration of the field secretaries of Lewis E. Myers & Company, Valparaiso, Indiana, U.S.A.
Physical Description: xii, 266 p. illus. 22 cm.
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