Autographed Correspondence Concerning Books by Paschal : History of Wake Forest College, History of North Carolina Baptists

By: (George Washington Paschal and Mrs. George Penn Dillard)

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This is three pages of handwritten correspondence with mailing folds along with light edgewear and aging. The correspondence is between George Washington Paschal, a Wake Forest Professor and well-known historian of that school as well as North Carolina Baptists and Mrs. George Penn Mildred Dillard aka. Mildred Booker Dillard, State Librarian of the D.A.R. One sheet is from Paschal selling copies of the Wake Forest Book to the D.A.R. but also giving Mrs. Dillard a set of The History of North Carolina Baptists. The other two pages are Mrs. Dillard's handwritten reply. Interesting North Carolina and Wake Forest Content. Professor Paschal's mailing envelope is laid in. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 3 +envelope pages; This autographed photo came from the collection of Walter Glenn, Atlanta businessman (Geode at Lenox Square) and music collector. The autographs were obtained personally by Glenn who then had each custom framed for display. The display is not dated but is ca.1980. John Lee Hooker (1917-2001) was born in Coahoma County, Mississippi, near Clarksdale. He developed a distinctive boogie-woogie guitar style somewhat atypical of Mississippi blues players. He lived many years in Detroit becoming most popular in the 1970's and on. At the time of his death he was still quite popular and influential. PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT SHIPPING COST BEFORE ORDERING. sold ABE Nov. sale 11.7.16

Title: Autographed Correspondence Concerning Books by Paschal : History of Wake Forest College, History of North Carolina Baptists

Author Name: (George Washington Paschal and Mrs. George Penn Dillard)

Categories: North Carolina,

Publisher: Wake Forest, Draper NC, Personal Correspondence: 1946

Binding: Card Cover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 15513

Keywords: Music Country & Western Music World Literature North Carolina Wake Forest NC History Religion Baptists