TYPED LETTER SIGNED FROM HIS LAWYERS concerning tax planning in the light of anticipated income from the production of Tropic of Cancer. Henry Miller.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED FROM HIS LAWYERS concerning tax planning in the light of anticipated income from the production of Tropic of Cancer.

March 5th 1965, Pacht, Ross Warne, 1965.

1st Edition. Signed by Author. Miller, Henry. TYPED LETTER SIGNED FROM HIS LAWYERS concerning tax planning in the light of anticipated income from the production of Tropic of Cancer. 1 page 8vo., from Edward Blau, on the letterhead of Pacht, Ross Warne, Bernhard & Sears, dated March 5th 1965. "Dear Henry: In connection with tax planning, it became important for us to know what Embassy's plans with respect to principal photography of "Tropic of Cancer" so that we may anticipate and moneys that might be paid this year. . . I then call Levine in New York and he was most cordial. . . He said they were having script problems. . . He spoke very highly of you and said he was sorry that you didn't get to meet Carol Baker as originally planned" - "In connection with the application for insurance, Embassy [Joe Levine] has been asked by the carrier to find out from you which of the characters are actual persons. . . I am also aware of your impending surgery. Therefore at you convenience, you should call me to discuss any of this or, of course, you can drop me a not if you prefer. My warmest personal regards. / Sincerely, Edward Blau / Signed Ed". A very interesting letter in fine condition. / Miller has written at the top of the letter: "Connie / Tell him I'm in bed still. That all the characters are real. That Levine wrote me - he hoped work in Paris would begin in June or July. HM / Address letter to Edward Blau. Let me see before mailing". Provenance: PBA /The Personal Archive of Henry Miller Part I Fine Modern Literature Thursday, June 26, 1997. Original Autographed Letters & Documents.

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