Mary Wickham Bond (June 08, 1998 – December 17, 1997) ‘How 007 Got His Name’ First Hardcover Edition (64 Pages) With Two Photographic Illustrations Comprising A Frontispiece Portrait Of The Sudject And Ian Fleming’s Only Meeting With James Bond In February 1964. Publisher’s Cloth In Pictorial Dust-Wrapper, Designed By Barbosa, After Richard Chopping’s Designs For The Jackets Of The Original 007 Novels

The Lives Of James And Mary Bond, A Philadelphia Ornithologist And Author, Respectively, Were Altered The Day That Author Ian Fleming, A Bird Lover Who Was Familiar With Bond’s Book, “The Birds Of The West Indies,” Appropriated James Bond’s Name For His Fictional Spy Character. The Resulting Confusion Prompted Mary Wickham Bond To Write “How 007 Got His Name,” In 1966, In Which She Tells The Story Of The Real James Bond. This Collection Consists Of Mary Wickham Bond’s Collection Of Information Regarding Her Husband, Her Own Works On The Writing, Publishing And Promoting Of Her Books About Her husband, And David Contosta’s Writings About Her Husband
Collins London, England 1966

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