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Olson, Charles and Ben Shahn. SPANISH SPEAKING AMERICANS IN THE WAROlson, Charles and Ben Shahn. SPANISH SPEAKING AMERICANS IN THE WAR. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, [1943]. First separate publication, preceding "Call Me Ishmael" by 4 years. 4to. This 24-page pamphlet was produced during the time Olson was the assistant chief of the Foreign Language Division of the Office of War Information. The only other copy we know of is in the Charles Olson Archive at the University of Connecticut. Rare, the only copy we have ever encountered. Pictorial wrappers. Just about fine. 

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oneilO'Neill, Eugene. THE LONG VOYAGE HOME: Adapted For The Screen by Dudley Nichols. Los Angeles: Argosy Corporation, [circa 1940]. Screenplay. This copy is labelled "First Draft Continuity." Two revised pages (on different-colored paper) are included. Nichols brilliantly adapted Eugene O'Neill's The Long Voyage Home, updating the 1919 one-act play to World War II times. O'Neill and John Ford, who directed the classic film, are on record with praise for Nichols' transformative talents as a screenwriter. His other credits include "The Informer," "Stagecoach," "For Whom The Bell Tolls," and O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra." 174 mimeographed quarto pages, punchbound in printed wrappers.  

                                                                                                             

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