Mackinlay Kantor’s First And Last Manuscript Pages From His Well-Known Novel Andersonville
by MACKINLAY KANTOR
MACKINLAY KANTOR (1904-1977). Kantor was an American author and journalist; he is best remembered for his 1955 novel Andersonville, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. ANS & TM. 3pg. August 27, 1955. No place. An autograph note signed “Mack” on his personal letterhead, stating: “Dear Ben, To you, these first and last pages of the original manuscript of Andersonville. With all affection Mack”. As indicated in Kantor’s letter, the first and last typed pages of the manuscript are present; the final page has a few handwritten corrections, signed by him and dated. The three pieces are matted and framed together. (Inventory #: 4135)
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