MARY O'HARA MY FRIEND FLIKA TYPESCRIPT SIGNED, "Mary O'Hara", 8.5 x 11, one page typescript of the 1941 novel, the beginning of chapter thirty-six, by American author and screenwriter. In part: "When McLaghlin said that if Ken thought Flicka was dead, he'd sleep for a month, he was not far wrong...Flicka, on the other hand, gained strength steadily. Soon she could bear her weight on her feet...Nell would run through the pasture to see Flicka and would stand before her, trying to read the future. How was it going to be with Flicka? Would she pull through?...." In fine condition.
Mary O'Hara Alsop (1885-1980) was an American author and screenwriter. Her best known and loved works were written at this time: My Friend Flicka (1941), Thunderhead (1943), and Green Grass of Wyoming (1946).