Hunter S. Thompson Autograph Letter Signed From 1967 -- "…I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots…"

Hunter S. Thompson autograph letter signed, writing on custom stationery for "Owl Farm", his ranch in Woody Creek Colorado. Dated 14 January 1967, Thompson writes to his childhood friend Paul Semonin, "Punko / What now? Are you still on good terms with Le Roi? Black Flag! Put Whitey to sleep with a flit gun. And get his wallet, too. Your wallet. / I'm making progress toward getting the long overdue money from Penguin…R.H. [Random House] is still coy about paying my way. They're waiting to see how the book is received. Feb 17 is now the definite date & they're paying my way to SF & LA then. I'll get to NY even if I have to pay my own ticket. I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots. / As for here, it's the same kind of good-life dullness - maddening stupor, but I'll take it any day to life on the West Side. The answer is mobility - this is a nice gig to come back to…H". Two page letter on two sheets measures 8.5" x 11". Folds, and light wear, else near fine condition.

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Hunter S. Thompson Autograph Letter Signed From 1967 -- …I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots…Hunter S. Thompson Autograph Letter Signed From 1967 -- …I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots…Hunter S. Thompson Autograph Letter Signed From 1967 -- …I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots…
Hunter S. Thompson Autograph Letter Signed From 1967 -- "…I'm in a terrible agent snarl again. I have to come there & cut all the Gordian knots…"
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