Hurst, Fannie - Red Ink Signature w/ 8x10 Photo
4 x 5 1/4 folded sheet signed in red ink. Comes with a B&W 8x10. Vetical fold bisects the "H" of Hurst.
Fannie Hurst (October 19, 1885 – February 23, 1968) was an American novelist and short-story writer whose works were highly popular during the post-World War I era. Her work combined sentimental, romantic themes with social issues of the day, such as women's rights and race relations. She was one of the most widely read female authors of the 20th century, and for a time in the 1920s she was one of the highest-paid American writers, along with Booth Tarkington. Hurst also actively supported a number of social causes, including feminism, African American equality, and New Deal programs