16 items relating to the author Christopher Morley (1890-1957) collected by Bernice B. Mercer (identified in the collection
as Mrs. Theodore Mercer). Items in the collection include Alfred P. Lee's Christmas folder [circa 1930] containing
Andrew McGill's Idea of Happiness by Christopher Morley; an announcement of an exhibition of first editions of the works of Christopher Morley at Sessler's
Bookshop, Philadephia, 1931; a program of Author's Night, sponsored by the 31st annual convention of the American Bookseller's
Association, Philadelphia, 1931, with Christopher Morley bookplate laid in; a publisher's brochure, with first chapter of
Kitty Foyle, 1939; two letters, 1936-1937, autographed, from Alfred P. Lee, the Morley bibliographer; and ten letters from Philip C.
Duschnes, bookseller, relating to the sale of Christopher Morley items.
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