TYPED LETTER (TL). 1 page, unsigned, undated [circa early 1980s?], to "Dear Kirby" [McCauley], from "Carl." On plain typing paper with typed return address at top (Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis). Letter to his agent Kirby McCauley asking that he hold off on the request that Jacobi had made in an earlier letter to inquire about a royalty payment for a rebroadcast of "The Satanic Piano," fearing it may scare them off from using it. Poorly typed, with a good many cross-outs and typos. Jacobi was afflicted with Parkinson's disease and manipulating a pen or pencil, especially after he sustained a serious injury in 1971, was difficult and painful. Rather than signing his letter to McCauley, he has typed "BEST REGARDS, CARL" at its conclusion. Kirby McCauley was probably the most important literary agent of horror, fantasy and sf writers in the boom years of the 1970s and 1980s. Faint creases where folded for mailing, several tiny, faint stains to verso, near fine. (#102360).