1982. Two notes, both on "Note-O-Gram" paper, one handwritten and one typed, each to John Crelan, director of an annual Bloomsday celebration in the U.S., and saying he will be out of the country and unable to participate. The first adds, "Wish 4th annual Bloomsday and you well." Both fine, with Cage's own letterhead envelopes. Cage was one of the leading figures of the 20th century avant garde, as a composer, artist, and writer, particularly on music and music theory, and material signed by him, outside of a few signed limited editions, seldom shows up on the market. No Binding. Fine. (Inventory #: 032636)
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