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    H. G. Wells Autograph Letter Signed. Three pages, 4.5" x 7", n.d., Dunmow [Essex, United Kingdom], on Easton Glebe stationery, regarding his current projects. Mounting residue at the corners, else fine.

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    H. G. Wells lived at Easton Glebe at Dunmow, Essex, United Kingdom, between 1910 and 1928. In the letter, Wells explains that his current projects, "answering letters about the special work for the Ministry of Munitions, the Civil Air Transport Command, a preface for a man's book, a committee to publish certain [?] matters about venereal disease, the author's war seal board, administrative work for the Author's Society, etc. etc..", preclude him from working on behalf of the unnamed recipient's attempts to publish a manuscript.



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    March, 2009
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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