Lady in waiting
Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)
Lady Chatterly's lover by D. H. Lawrence
U.S. and Washington, D.C.
Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield, National Airport
The Postmaster General banned this book from the mail and labeled it as obscene, leading to an airport manager to ban it from being sold at the airport.
Following the lead of Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield labeling the book as obscene and banning it from the mail, an airport manager banned "Lady Chatterly's Lover" from being sold in the airport. This author sees this as ridiculous censorship based on one man's uncontested opinion.
airport managers, censorship, "Lady Chatterly's Lover", Postmaster General, values, sexual, sexually explicit, book sales