Original typewritten letter signed by Leonard Cottrell. 1 page. 8 X 10 inches. Letter dated September 14, 1950. Cottrell (1913-1974) was a British author and journalist. The majority of his books were on of the archaeology of ancient Egypt. He wrote his first documentary for the BBC in 1937. He worked for the BBC until 1960. In this letter addressed to Norman Unger, Cottrell asks for $20 back that he has Mr. Unger hold for him for camera parts. He also mentions and upcoming meeting with James Hanley and says he is ordering his asbestos atom suit due to "the politicians have set up the old parrot cry of "sacrifices in the interest of peace and security". Letter has been folded and has several errors. Letter also comes with the original envelope addressed to Norman Unger and is postmarked from the BBC in London. Letter is clean. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Original Typewritten Letter Signed. "Leonard...
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Fine
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