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A Moment With Miss Gish

by Bogdanovich, Peter

Condition: Fine

Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Teresa Press, 1995. 1995. Stated First Edition. FINE. 5 x 7" softcover in wrapper. This edition limited to 1000 copies. 16-pages staple-bound in yellow paper wrapper, titled in red and black on front. The booklet was distributed as a holiday greeting in December 1995 to friends of Peter Bogdanovitch and Pepper & Stern Rare Books, Inc. Foreword by James Pepper. Bogdanovitch recounts the appearance of Lillian Gish at the Museum of the City of New York's 1958 reshowing, of the D. W. Griffith film classic 'Way Down East.' A crisp, clean, unmarked, unblemsihed copy.. First Thus. Wrapper. Fine.


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