WORDS OF WELCOME / AN ADDRESS DELIVERED...AT THE DINNER FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE CENTURY ASSOCIATION, OCTOBER 5, 1961.
WORDS OF WELCOME / AN ADDRESS DELIVERED...AT THE DINNER FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE CENTURY ASSOCIATION, OCTOBER 5, 1961.

WORDS OF WELCOME / AN ADDRESS DELIVERED...AT THE DINNER FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE CENTURY ASSOCIATION, OCTOBER 5, 1961.

Stamford, CT: Overbrook Press, 1962. First edition. Softcover. Octavo, 14pp. An edition of 2,500 copies, giving the entirety of Streeter's amusing speech, which is full of odd do's and don'ts and references to fellow Century Association members. He quotes Daniel Webster, who said "Libraries are for sleeping" - one should browse and drowse. Streeter wrote the extremely sucessful novel "Father of the Bride", and 11 other works, many of them very amusing, though this pamphlet, not being of novel length, is never mentioned. Very good to fine in very slightly soiled salmon wrappers with a paper title label. Item #3867

Price: $20.00

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