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As Wonderful As All That. Henry Crowder's Memoir of His Affair with Nancy Cunard. 1928-1935.
by [Paris in the 1920s] Crowder, Henry with Hugo Speck.

Publisher Information:
Wild Trees Press, Navarro: 1987.

A Fine, bright and crisp copy of this paperback original. Henry Crowder was an African American musician who while traveling in Europe met shipping heiress Nancy Cunard in Venice in 1928. The fell in love and had a seven year affair and jointly founded the Hours Press, one of the advant-garde small presses in Paris in the late Twenties. This one of the few first person accounts of the 1920's in Paris by a Black American.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0931125057
Book Id: 21725

Price: $75.00

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