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Lot: 1 - Superb John Adams Free Frank on Cover Addressed to
Superb John Adams Free Frank on Cover Addressed to Senator John Rutherford of NJ********** ADAMS, JOHN. (1735-1826). Second president of the United States known for his role in drafting the Declaration of Independence and negotiating peace with
Lot: 2 - John Q. Adams Free Frank Addressed to Widow of
John Q. Adams Free Frank Addressed to the Widow of Naval Hero Stephen Decatur********** ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. (1767-1848). Sixth president of the United States. Free Frank. (“J.Q. Adams”). 1p., 12mo. Washington, D.C., January 11, N.y.
Lot: 3 - Agnew States that "Democracy is sustained [when]
Spiro Agnew on Democracy: “democracy is sustained through one great premise: the premise that civil rights are balanced by civil responsibilities” ********** AGNEW, SPIRO T. (1918-1996). Richard Nixon’s first VP whose 1973
Lot: 4 - Rare Signed Photograph of Emilio Aguinaldo,
Rare Signed Photograph of Emilio Aguinaldo, Revolutionary Leader and 1st President of the Philippines********** AGUINALDO, EMILIO. (1869-1964). Revolutionary leader and first president of the Philippines. SP. (“E. Aguinaldo”). 1p.
Lot: 5 - Alcott on a Theatrical Show in Concord: "The
Discussing Details of a Theatrical Production in Concord: “The actors laughed so it was difficult to go on” ********** ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY. (1832-1888). American author best known for her novel Little Women. ALS. (“L.M.
Lot: 5A - Louisa May Alcott, Inscribes a Photograph Using
“Little Women” Author, Louisa May Alcott, Inscribes a Photograph Using the Name of a Character from Charles Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit ********** ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY. (1832-1888). American author best known for her novel Little
Lot: 6 - Sherwood Anderson Letter from 1920s Paris
Sherwood Anderson Writes from Paris********** ANDERSON, SHERWOOD. (1876-1941). American novelist and short-story writer. ALS. (“Sherwood Anderson”). 1¼pp. 8vo. Paris, Friday [June 1921]. On Hotel Jacob & d’Angleterre
Lot: 7 - Rare Autograph Letter Written by Composer George
Rare Autograph Letter Written by George Antheil from Bohemian Grove: “One meets fabulous people on every hand. You’ll never believe it all…”********** ANTHEIL, GEORGE. (1900-1959). Avant-garde American composer. ALS.
Lot: 8 - Rare and Wise Letter from Cosmetics Queen
Rare Letter from Cosmetics Queen Elizabeth Arden: “Nothing we learn is ever lost or wasted, if it is constructive, and it can always be tucked away in a little corner of the mind for future use.” ********** ARDEN, ELIZABETH.
Lot: 9 - Scarce Letter by John Baird, Scottish TV Inventor,
Scarce Letter by John Baird, Scottish Inventor of Television on Baird Television Letterhead********** BAIRD, JOHN. (1888-1946). Scottish inventor; produced the first televised picture of a moving object in 1926 and in 1928 developed color
Lot: 10 - Signed Budapest Concert Program by Bela Bartok and
Signed Budapest Concert Program by Bela Bartók and the Manhattan Quartet********** BARTOK, BELA. (1881-1945). Hungarian composer, pianist and ethnomusicologist; creator of Music for Strings, Percussion and Celeste, the Concerto for Orchestra,
Lot: 11 - Rare Signed Photo of Eunice Beecher, 19th
Rare Signed Photograph of Eunice White Beecher, the 19th Century’s Most Famous Scorned Woman ********** BEECHER, EUNICE WHITE. (1812-1897). Wife of influential American minister Henry Ward Beecher whose adulterous affair with a member of
Lot: 12 - Typed Letter From Menachem Begin, Israel's Nobel
Typed Letter Signed by Menachem Begin, Israel’s Nobel Peace Prize Winning Prime Minister********** BEGIN, MENACHEM. (1913-1992). Nobel Prize-winning Israeli prime minister. TLS. (“M. Begin”). 1p. 8vo. Tel Aviv, November 25 1964.
Lot: 13 - Letter from Saul Bellow, Canadian-American writer
“I suspect that psychiatrists are like museum guides or other adult-educators, they give the patient a language in which to talk to himself about himself” ********** BELLOW, SAUL. (1915-2005). Canadian-American writer and winner of
Lot: 14 - Autograph Letter Signed by David Ben-Gurion,
Autograph Letter Signed by David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s First Prime Minister********** BEN-GURION, DAVID. (1886-1973). Polish-born Israeli statesman and Israel’s first prime minister; in 1948 he proclaimed her independence. ALS.
Lot: 15 - Stunning and Rare Musical Quotation from Alban
Rare Musical Quotation from Berg’s Mysterious Lyric Suite********** BERG, ALBAN. (1885-1935). Austrian composer who, with his teacher Arnold Schoenberg and his colleague Anton Webern, founded the Second Viennese School, characterized by
Lot: 16 - Beautiful and Large Signature of Irving Berlin,
BERLIN, IRVING. (1888-1989). Russian-born, American songwriter. CS. (“Irving Berlin”). 1p. 12mo. N.p., N.d. A white card on which Berlin has diagonally penned a large and bold signature in black ink. ********** “Perhaps the most
Lot: 17 - 16-Year-Old Leonard Bernstein Writes Beethoven and
“Beethoven and Debussy are demi-gods for their originality” ********** BERNSTEIN, LEONARD. (1918-1990). American composer, conductor, teacher, and pianist. AMsS. (“Leonard Bernstein”). 4pp. 8vo. N.p., December 17, 1934. An
Lot: 18 - Swiss Composer Ernest Bloch Autograph Letter
Mentioning a Number of His Compositions and Sending Thanks for: “Your too dithyrambic, but moving tribute to E.B.!” ********** BLOCH, ERNEST. (1880-1959). Swiss-born, American composer of Schelomo and other modern masterpieces. ALS.
Lot: 19 - Scarce Signed Photo of Evangeline Booth, First
Uncommon Signed Photograph of Evangeline Booth, the First Female General of the Salvation Army ********** BOOTH, EVANGELINE. (1865-1950). First female general of the Salvation Army, which she headed from 1934 to 1939. SP. (“Evangeline
Lot: 20 - Buchanan Free Frank Addressed to Pennsylvania
Buchanan Free Frank Addressed to Pennsylvania Attorney General********** BUCHANAN, JAMES. (1791-1868). Fifteenth U.S. president. Free Frank, addressed and signed in his hand. (“James Buchanan”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. Washington, D.C., April
Lot: 21 - Financier Andrew Carnegie Letter Encouraging a
Encouraging a Young Person to Serve Others: “You hav only to keep on to be a great man like your father, one who is known and appreciated becaus he labors for the good of others and not for his own personal good, except so far as is
Lot: 22 - President Carter Letter Congratulating Astronaut
President Carter Congratulates Neil Armstrong on the 25th Anniversary of the Moon Landing: “Your step truly was a giant leap for all mankind” ********** CARTER, JIMMY. (b. 1924). Thirty-ninth president of the United States and
Lot: 23 - Rare & Desirable Enrico Caruso Check Payable to
Enrico Caruso Signs a Check Payable to Music Publisher G. Schirmer********** CARUSO, ENRICO. (1873-1921). Italian tenor; perhaps the most famous operatic singer in history. Signed Check. (“Enrico Caruso”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. New York,
Lot: 24 - Magnificent Signed Photograph of Pablo Casals
CASALS, PABLO. (1876-1973). Spanish cellist, conductor and composer. SP. (“Pablo”). 1p. 4to. N.p., N.d. To influential Russian pianist, composer and teacher ALEXANDER SILOTI (1863-1945) and his wife, pianist VERA PAVLOVNA SILOTI (née
Lot: 24A - Fine Autograph Letter by Spanish Musician Pablo
“…keeping in mind that the demand for cellos is much lower than that for violins” ********** CASALS, PABLO. (1876-1973). Spanish cellist, conductor and composer. ALS. (“Pablo”). 3pp. 8vo. New York City, January 30,
Lot: 25 - Chagall Signs a Sheet of Israeli Stamps from the
Marc Chagall Signs a Sheet of Stamps from the Jerusalem Windows Depicting the Tribe of Judah********** CHAGALL, MARC. (1887-1985). Russian-born, French artist known for his highly personal, fantastical imagery inspired by Russian-Jewish folk
Lot: 26 - Financially Related Winston Churchill Letter about
“The Rothschild investment” ********** CHURCHILL, WINSTON. (1874-1965). British statesman and author; prime minister from 1940-45 and 1951-55. TLS. With brief handwritten emendations. (“Yours sincerely, Winston S.
Lot: 27 - Free Frank of First Lady Frances F. Cleveland
CLEVELAND, FRANCES F. (1864-1947). First lady of the United States. Free Frank. (“Frances F. Cleveland Preston”). 1p., 12mo. Princeton, N.J., November 28, 1930. On her Westland, Princeton, N.J. envelope to Arthur Litt in New York.
Lot: 28 - President Clinton on His 1993 Renewal of Most
Clinton on His 1993 Renewal of Most Favored Nation Status with China: “…the Administration and the Congress have sent a strong message to China that it will be held accountable for its human rights record and its trade and weapons
Lot: 28A - President Clinton Discusses Proposed IRS Changes
Discussing President Clinton’s Proposed IRS Changes to benefit Puerto Rico “Encourage investment in Puerto Rico by companies that will create jobs rather than merely shelter income from U.S. tax” ********** CLINTON, BILL. (b.
Lot: 29 - Autograph Letter by First Lady Grace Coolidge to
COOLIDGE, GRACE. (1879-1957). First lady of the United States. ALS. (“Grace Coolidge”). 2pp. 12mo. Washington, January 10, 1925. On a White House correspondence card headed with the gold embossed seal of the United States. To history
Lot: 30 - Grace Coolidge Free Frank Addressed to REO Car
COOLIDGE, GRACE. (1879-1957). First Lady of the United States from 1923 to 1929. Free Frank. (“Grace Coolidge”). 1p. Oblong 8vo. Northampton, September 9, 1936. An envelope addressed to her neighbor, Northampton, Massachusetts REO car
Lot: 31 - AMusQS from Copland's Twelve Poems of Emily
AMusQS from the Premier of Copland’s Song Cycle Twelve Poems of Emily Dickenson with Additional Signatures and AMusQSs from Composers Henry Cowell and Elliott Carter********** COPLAND, AARON. (1900-1990). American pianist and composer of
Lot: 32 - Scarce letter by Dr. George Crile, 1st to Perform
Scarce letter by Dr. George Crile, First to Perform a Successful Blood Transfusion********** CRILE, GEORGE. (1864-1943). American surgeon who co-founded the Cleveland Clinic, performed the first successful blood transfusion and made pioneering
Lot: 33 - Rare Harvey Cushing Note Sending Thanks for (His
CUSHING, HARVEY. (1869-1939). Pioneering neurosurgeon and William Osler’s biographer. TPCS. (“Harvey Cushing”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. New Haven, April 25, 1939. On his Yale University School of Medicine stationery. To notable Civil War
Lot: 34 - Rare Autograph Letters Signed by Willem de
DE KOONING, WILLEM. (1904-1997). Dutch-American abstract expressionist painter. ALS. (“Bill de Kooning”). 1p. Small folio. (East Hampton), May 19, 1966. To Greenwich Village bohemian HELEN ELLIOTT (1925-1990), best known for her love
Lot: 35 - Uncommon Autograph Letter by Edgar Degas, Leading
Uncommon Autograph Letter by Edgar Degas, One of the Leading Impressionist Painters********** DEGAS, EDGAR. (1834-1917). French artist and one of the founders of Impressionism. ALS. (“Degas”). 1p. 8vo. Paris, N.d. (between 1890 and
Lot: 36 - Benjamin Disraeli Autograph Letter to the
“I have not seen you since the peace!” ********** DISRAELI, BENJAMIN. (1804-1881). British author and politician who served as prime minister from 1874 to 1880. ALS. (“Disraeli”). 4pp. 8vo. London, August 6, 1859. On his
Lot: 37 - Revealing Letter by Robert Donat, Star of Goodbye,
Revealing Letter by Robert Donat, Star of Goodbye, Mr. Chips: “‘Chips’ seems to be a universal character, because he inspires affection wherever he is shown… he has been reverently acclaimed everywhere” **********
Lot: 38 - Letter Signed by Justice William O. Douglas on
Letters signed by Justice William O. Douglas on Supreme Court Letterhead********** DOUGLAS, WILLIAM O. (1898-1980). American Supreme Court justice whose term is the longest in the history of the court. TLS. (“W.O. Douglas”). 1p. 8vo.
Lot: 39 - Signature of Amelia Earhart American aviatrix and
EARHART, AMELIA. (1897-1937?). American aviatrix; the first woman to pilot a plane solo across the Atlantic and who, in July 1937, mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific on a flight from New Guinea to Howland Island. CS. (“Amelia
Lot: 40 - Thomas A. Edison Autograph Letter Ordering Zinc
Thomas A. Edison Orders Zinc Dust for Production of Benzidine********** EDISON, THOMAS A. (1847-1931). American scientist; inventor of sound recording, electrical illumination, motion pictures, and other epoch-making developments. AL unsigned. 1p.
Lot: 41 - Einstein Inscribes Relativity: The Special and
Einstein’s Relativity: The Special and General Theory Inscribed in 1933 with a Humorous Four-Line Poem********** EINSTEIN, ALBERT. (1879-1955). German-born physicist, humanitarian and Nobel Prize winner; promulgator of the General and
Lot: 42 - President Eisenhower Autograph Manuscript Fragment
President Eisenhower Autograph Manuscript Fragment Announcing his 1956 Re-Election Bid: “The matters I have in mind are serious ones… for all of us; they affect… our present and our future” ********** EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.
Lot: 42A - Eisenhower on the White Silver Springs Conference
On the White Silver Springs Conference with Mexico’s President and Canada’s Prime Minister: “I got a much closer understanding of the problems and the thinking of both the President of Mexico and the Prime Minister of
Lot: 43 - Fine Typed Letter Signed by Manuel de Falla,
FALLA, MANUEL DE. (1876-1946). Spanish composer of Nights in the Gardens of Spain and other 20th-century masterpieces. TLS. (“Manual de Falla”). 1p. 4to. Alhambros-Granada, April 18, 1928. To French composer and critic MAURICE GALERNE
Lot: 44 - Ferdinand and Isabella Mete out Justice: "Because
Ferdinand and Isabella Mete out Justice: “Because of a certain offense he committed against a woman, had his hand cut off and was banished from this city for as long as we see fit” ********** FERDINAND OF ARAGON (1452-1516) and
Lot: 45 - Excellent Millard Fillmore Free Frank as President
FILLMORE, MILLARD. (1800-1874). Thirteenth president of the United States. Free Frank as president. (“M. Fillmore”). 1p. 12mo. Washington, D.C., October 12, [1852-1853]. A franked envelope addressed to Jacob Chamberlain Esq. of New York
Lot: 46 - Rare and Desirable Signature of "Diamond Jim"
FISK, JAMES, JR. (1835-1872). Colorful Gilded Age financier known as “Diamond Jim” and “Jubilee Jim,” who was murdered by his former mistress’ lover. CS. (“James Fisk Jr. Pres.”). 1p. 12mo. N.p., N.d. A
Lot: 47 - Souvenir Typescript signed By Gerald Ford of his
Gerald Ford Pardons Richard Nixon********** FORD, GERALD. (1913-2006). Thirty-eighth president of the United States. DS. (“Gerald R. Ford”). ½p. 8vo. N.p. A souvenir typescript of Ford’s pardon of President Richard M. Nixon
Lot: 48 - Henry Ford Inscribes a Photograph to his
Henry Ford Inscribes a Photograph to his “Enforcer” ********** FORD, HENRY. (1863-1947). American auto manufacturer who changed the face of industrial production with the implementation of the assembly line and other innovations. SP.
Lot: 48A - Henry Ford Sends Birthday Greetings to
FORD, HENRY. (1863-1947). American auto manufacturer who changed the face of industrial production with the implementation of the assembly line and other innovations. TLS. (“Henry Ford”). ½p. 4to. Dearborn, January 17, 1944. On his
Lot: 49 - Rare Signature of N. B. Forrest, Brilliant and
FORREST, NATHAN BEDFORD. (1821-1877). Brilliant and feared Confederate general notorious for the Fort Pillow Massacre and his post-war leadership of the Ku Klux Klan, the founding of which was long and incorrectly attributed to him. CS. (“N B
Lot: 50 - Rare Document Signed by the French Revolutionary
Rare Document Signed by the French Revolutionary Judge, Fouquier-Tinville, from the Crawford Collection ********** FOUQUIER-TINVILLE, ANTOINE-QUENTIN. (1746-1795). French public prosecutor for the Revolutionary Tribunal and supervisor of all
Lot: 51 - Uncommon Robert Frost Signed offprint "The Four
FROST, ROBERT. (1874-1963). American poet and four-time Pulitzer Prize winner, author of such beloved poems as The Road Not Taken, Mending Wall and Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. Signed offprint entitled “The Four Beliefs,” printed
Lot: 52 - Check Signed by Future U.S. President James A.
Check Signed by Future U. S. President James A. Garfield********** GARFIELD, JAMES A. (1831-1881). Twentieth president of the United States. Signed Check. (“J. A. Garfield”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. Washington, D.C., December 16, 1869. A
Lot: 53 - Free Frank Signed by Congressman James A. Garfield
Free Frank Signed by Congressman James A. Garfield********** GARFIELD, JAMES A. (1831 1881). Twentieth president of the United States. Free Frank as a congressman. (“J.A. Garfield, M.C.”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. (Washington, D.C., January 7,
Lot: 54 - Hand Addressed Free Frank by Former First Lady
GARFIELD, LUCRETIA. (1832-1918). Free Frank on a black-bordered envelope. (“Lucretia R. Garfield, Free”). 1p. 16mo. (West Mentor, Ohio, August 6, 1910). Addressed in her hand to the Pasadena Land and Water Co. with the word
Lot: 55 - Fine George Gershwin Typed Letter Signed
“I just got back from Mexico” ********** GERSHWIN, GEORGE. (1898-1937). America’s most famous composer. TLS. (“George G.”). 1p. 4to. New York, January 2, 1936. Written on his personal 132 East 72nd Street stationery
Lot: 56 - US Grant 1864 Autograph Telegram to Benjamin
Just Days after the Failed Siege on Fort Fisher, Grant Sends Orders to Benjamin Butler to Complete the Dutch Gap Canal********** GRANT, ULYSSES S. (1822-1885). American general and 18th president of the United States. ADS. (“U.S. Grant Lt.
Lot: 57 - Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Otto Hahn's
Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Otto Hahn’s Signature on Decorative Post Card ********** HAHN, OTTO. (1879-1968). German chemist and physicist; co-discoverer (with Lise Meitner) of protactinium. Awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1944 for
Lot: 58 - Stunning Signed Photograph of Commanding General
Stunning Signed Photograph by Commanding General Ian Hamilton during the Disastrous World War I Dardanelles Campaign********** HAMILTON, IAN. (1853-1947). British Army officer and commander of the World War I Mediterranean Expeditionary Force
Lot: 59 - First Lady Florence Harding Inscribed Illustrated
HARDING, FLORENCE. (1860-1924). First lady from 1921-1923. Illustrated Executive Mansion card signed. (“Florence Kling Harding”). 1p. Small oblong 8vo. N.p., N.d. Inscribed with “Greetings and good wishes…” **********
Lot: 60 - President Warren G. Harding Signed Card Headed by
HARDING, WARREN G. (1865-1923). Twenty-ninth president of the United States. Signed card headed by the gold embossed Great Seal of the United States. (“Warren G. Harding”). 1p. 12mo. N.p., N.d. ********** A Republican newspaper
Lot: 61 - Typed Letter Signed by U.S. Supreme Court Justice,
HARLAN, JOHN MARSHALL, II. (1899-1971). Influential American Supreme Court justice. TLS. (“John M. Harlan”). 1p. 4to. Washington, March 27, 1961. On his Supreme Court letterhead to Stephen Robertson, features editor of the Harvard Law
Lot: 62 - Unusual Card Signed by President Harrison,
Signed by President Harrison, Vice-President Morton and Their Respective Wives********** HARRISON, BENJAMIN. (1833-1901). Twenty-third president of the United States. Signed card. (“Benj. Harrison”). 1p. 12mo (card). New York, 1889. A
Lot: 63 - First Lady Mary Lord Harrison Free Frank on a
HARRISON, MARY LORD. (1858-1948). Second wife of President Benjamin Harrison. Free Frank. (“Mary Lord Harrison”). 1p. 12mo. (Indianapolis, May 12, 1913). A black-bordered envelope addressed to her former brother-in-law and Scranton Mayor
Lot: 64 - Rare Signed Photograph of James Hilton, British
HILTON, JAMES. (1900-1954). British author of such popular novels as Lost Horizon and Goodbye, Mr. Chips. SP. (“James Hilton”). 1p. 12mo. (Los Angeles, February 1, 1936). (To Almira B. Taylor, an autograph collector.) A signed
Lot: 64A - Rare Letter Signed by James Hilton, Mentioning His
Mentioning His Most Famous Book, “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” ********** HILTON, JAMES. (1900-1954). British author of such popular novels as Lost Horizon and Goodbye, Mr. Chips. TLS. (“James Hilton”). 2/3p. Small 4to. Los Angeles,
Lot: 65 - Signed Libretto for Paul Hindemith's Choral Work,
Signed Libretto for Paul Hindemith’s Choral Work, “Das Unaufhörliche” ********** HINDEMITH, PAUL. (1895-1963). German composer, and one of the outstanding figures in 20th-century music theory and composition. Signed
Lot: 66 - Herbert Hoover Inscribed Pamphlet "The Meaning of
HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). Thirty-first president of the United States. A pamphlet entitled “The Meaning of America,” the homecoming address delivered by Hoover on his 74th birthday. (“Herbert Hoover”). 8vo. West Branch,
Lot: 67 - J. Edgar Hoover Transmits "A copy of the wanted
J. Edgar Hoover Transmits, “herewith a copy of the wanted notice published by this Department in connection with its investigation to locate John Dillinger.” ********** HOOVER, J. EDGAR. (1895-1972). American lawyer, criminologist and
Lot: 68 - Langston Hughes Mentions His 1934 Book "Ways of
HUGHES, LANGSTON. (1902-1967). American poet and leader of the Harlem Renaissance. APCS. (“Langston Hughes”). 1p. Postcard. Chicago, March 8, 1940. To notable Civil War scholar and autograph collector ARNOLD F. GATES (1914-1993). Written
Lot: 69 - Fine Washington Irving Autograph Letter Signed to
IRVING, WASHINGTON. (1783-1859). American author; best known for his stories Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. ALS. (“Washington Irving”). 1p. 8vo. New York, May 18, 1858. To American businessman and prominent expatriate
Lot: 70 - Andrew Jackson Autograph Letters Signed as
JACKSON, ANDREW. (1767-1845). Seventh president of the United States. ALS. (“Andrew Jackson” & “AJ”). As president. 1p. 4to. N.p., March 4, 1832. To lawyer, journalist, telegraph magnate, and politician AMOS KENDALL
Lot: 71 - Andrew Jackson Free Frank on the Address Panel of
JACKSON, ANDREW. (1767-1845). Army officer and seventh president of the United States. Free Frank. (“Free A. Jackson”). 1p. 12mo. (Nashville, December 15, circa 1841-1845). The address panel of an envelope addressed in an unknown hand to
Lot: 72 - Stunning Thomas Jefferson Presidential Free Frank
JEFFERSON, THOMAS. (1743-1826). Founding father and third president of the United States. Free Frank as president. (“free Th. Jefferson”). 1p. 12mo. Washington City, (February 23, 1804). Integral address leaf used to send a letter (no
Lot: 73 - Uncommon Andrew Johnson Senatorial Free Frank with
JOHNSON, ANDREW. (1808-1875). Seventeenth president of the United States and one of only two presidents to be impeached. Free Frank. (“Free A. Johnson”). 1p. 12mo. (Washington, D.C., May 18, [1846-1850]). A hand-addressed envelope to
Lot: 74 - Rare and Desirable Check Signed by President
Rare Presidential Check Signed by Andrew Johnson********** JOHNSON, ANDREW. (1808-1875). Seventeenth president of the United States and one of only two presidents to be impeached. DS. (“Andrew Johnson”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. Washington,
Lot: 75 - Rare Signed Photograph of the Composer of "Lift
Rare Signed Photograph of the Composer of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” Known as the “Negro National Anthem” ********** JOHNSON, J. ROSAMUND. (1873-1954). American composer best remembered for “Lift Every Voice and
Lot: 76 - Senator Ted Kennedy Signs a Bankers Trust
KENNEDY, EDWARD “TED.” (1932-2009). United States senator from Massachusetts known as “the Lion of the Senate.” DS. (“Edward M. Kennedy;” signed twice with the second signature struck through). 1p. Oblong 8vo. New
Lot: 77 - JFK's Autograph Notes for a 1960 Presidential
Kennedy’s Autograph Notes for a 1960 Presidential Campaign Speech Mentioning the “New Frontier” ********** KENNEDY, JOHN F. (1917-1963). Thirty-fifth president of the United States. AMs. Unsigned. 1p. 4to. (Los Angeles,
Lot: 78 - John Kennedy's Unusual Response to Army-McCarthy
Responding to a Constituent’s Concern about the Army-McCarthy Hearings: “My decision with respect to any aspect of these hearings will be governed by my best judgment based upon the facts found by the Subcommittee” **********
Lot: 78A - John Kennedy Signed Portland, Oregon, Bank Book
Portland, Oregon, Bank Book Signed during JFK’s 1960 Presidential Campaign ********** KENNEDY, JOHN F. (1917-1963). Thirty-fifth president of the United States. CS. (“John Kennedy”). 1p. 12mo. (Portland, Oregon, October, 1960). A
Lot: 79 - Kennedy Patriarch Endorses President Franklin D.
KENNEDY, JOSEPH. (1888-1969). Irish-American entrepreneur and millionaire who became America’s ambassador to Britain; father of American Senators and statesmen John, Robert and Edward Kennedy. TLS. (“Joseph P. Kennedy”). 1p. 4to.
Lot: 80 - Bobby Kennedy Letter Joking about Gangsters to DC
RFK Jokes about Gangsters to Pioneering Washington Journalist Sarah McClendon ********** KENNEDY, ROBERT F. (1925-1968). American politician and brother of President John F. Kennedy; assassinated in California while campaigning for the Democratic
Lot: 81 - Rare Joyce Kilmer Autograph Letter Commends
Commending an Actress’ Portrayal of Lady Macbeth: “…the noblest poetry in the English tongue was never more nobly spoken… your art gives new beauty to Shakespeare’s art. I can no more forget your rendering of the
Lot: 82 - Kissinger Letter to Former Political Adversary NY
Kissinger Letter to His Former Political Adversary, Senator Pat Moynihan: “It is invigorating to be in agreement with you on so many things these days!” ********** KISSINGER, HENRY A. (b. 1923). Nobel Prize-winning American
Lot: 83 - Rare Photograph of U.S. Generals Clark & Weyland
Rare Photograph of Generals Clark and Weyland Signing the Korean Armistice Agreement********** KOREAN ARMISTICE AGREEMENT. SP. 1p. 4to. Munsam, Korea, July 27, 1953. A black-and-white Wide World Photos photograph of American Army General MARK
Lot: 84 - Four Musical Quotes by Korngold Inscribed to the
Inscribed to the father of Tenor Richard Tauber ********** KORNGOLD, ERICH W. (1897-1957). Austro-Hungarian, American composer of diverse works. Four AMusQsS. (“Erich Wolfgang Korngold”). Totaling 12 measures, Korngold has penned
Lot: 85 - Hungarian Hero Lajos Kossuth Writes Autograph
Lajos Kossuth, Hero of Hungary, Writing from his London Exile: “Please my dear Sir! Try to prevent in some way or other this inconvenience” ********** KOSSUTH, LAJOS. (1802-1894). Hungarian patriot and statesman. ALS. (“L.
Lot: 86 - Autograph Letter Signed by Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
Autograph Letter Signed by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Aviatrix and Author********** LINDBERGH, ANNE MORROW. (1906-2001). American writer and aviatrix; wife of Charles Lindbergh. ALS. (“Anne M. Lindbergh”). 1½ pp. 8vo. Vaud, August 14,
Lot: 87 - 1936 Charles Lindbergh Letter Signed About
“Frankly I am a little worried about some of the rather elaborate plans for the improvement of the property” ********** LINDBERGH, CHARLES A. (1902-1974). American aviator who made the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight. TLS.
Lot: 87A - Unsigned Virginia Menu Celebrates
Unsigned Menu Celebrating Lindbergh’s Historic Transatlantic Flight********** [LINDBERGH, CHARLES A.] (1902-1974). American aviator who made the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight. Menu from the dinner given in his honor in Richmond,
Lot: 88 - Charming Henry W. Longfellow Autograph Letter
LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. (1807-1882). American poet; author of Evangeline, The Song of Hiawatha and other American classics. ALS. (“Henry W. Longfellow”). 1p. Small 8vo. Cambridge, June 21, 1879. To English actor, writer and
Lot: 89 - Uncommon Signature of Confederate General James
LONGSTREET, JAMES. (1821-1904). Prominent Confederate general known as “Old War Horse.” CS. (“James Longstreet”). 1p. 12mo. N.p., N.d. Longstreet’s signature and the words “Yours truly” written on a small
Lot: 90 - Author Robert Lowry hard at work on his "New novel
Uncommon Letter by Author Robert Lowry: “I’m looking down that long road of a new novel with no end in sight yet” ********** LOWRY, ROBERT. (1919-1994). Critically-acclaimed American writer and publisher whose works were
Lot: 91 - Signed H. Struck Portrait of Harold MacMichael,
MacMICHAEL, HAROLD. (1882-1969). British colonial administrator and high commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine. Image Signed. (“Harold MacMichael”). 1p. 4to. Jerusalem, 1940. A limited edition (9/50) etching of MacMichael in
Lot: 92 - MAD Magazine Publisher Bill Gaines Archive Answers
Question: “What does the “E” stand for in Alfred E. Neuman?” Answer: “Enough!” ********** GAINES, WILLIAM MAXWELL “BILL.” (1922-1992). Influential American publisher of EC Comics and the popular
Lot: 93 - Dolley Madison Autograph Note & Free Frank to Her
MADISON, DOLLEY PAYNE TODD. (1768-1849). First lady; wife of the fourth president of the United States, James Madison. Free Frank. (“Free D.P. Madison”). 1p. Oblong 12mo. (Orange Court House, Virginia, February 25, N.y. [circa 1837]). A
Lot: 94 - James Madison 1833 Virginia Free Frank to American
MADISON, JAMES. (1751-1836). Founding father, author of the Constitution, Bill of Rights and, with Alexander Hamilton and John Jay, the Federalist Papers; fourth president of the United States. Free Frank. (“Free James Madison”). 1p.
Lot: 95 - Revealing Thomas Mann 1919 Autograph Letter Signed
Thomas Mann Autograph Letter Signed About the Revolution in Germany********** MANN, THOMAS. (1875-1955). German novelist and essayist; winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize for literature whose works include the autobiographical Buddenbrooks, as well as
Lot: 96 - American Painter John Marin: One of Fifty Signed
American Painter John Marin: One of Fifty Signed Copies of Letters of John Marin********** MARIN, JOHN. (1870-1951). American artist. A copy of his book of letters to photographer Alfred Stieglitz entitled Letters of John Marin, signed on the
Lot: 97 - Signed CDV Photo of Highest Ranking Officer of
Stunning Signed CDV Photograph of the Highest Ranking Officer of the Civil War’s “Fighting McCooks” ********** MCCOOK, ALEXANDER MCDOWELL. (1831-1903). Civil War Union general. SP. (signed twice: “A. McD. McCook”).
Lot: 98 - Arthur Miller Letter with Rare Reference to Most
Rare Reference to His Most Famous Work, Death of a Salesman: “It is ironical – she is referring to Willy agreeing to Biff’s leaving forever while Willy is agreeing to kill himself” ********** MILLER, ARTHUR. (1915-2005).
Lot: 99 - Nobel Prize Winner Robert Millikan 1941 Letter
“Just at this moment doing defense work instead of writing more books” ********** MILLIKAN, ROBERT A. (1868-1953 ). American experimental physicist and winner of the 1923 Nobel Prize for his measurement of the elementary electronic
Lot: 100 - James Monroe Free Frank to W. Benton, Manager of
MONROE, JAMES. (1758-1831). Fifth president of the United States. Free Frank. (“James Monroe”). 1p. 12mo. N.p., N.d. The integral address leaf to a letter no longer attached addressed in Monroe’s hand to WILLIAM BENTON in
Lot: 101 - Samuel F. B. Morse Letter on Lincoln: "If Lincoln
Lengthy 1864 Autograph Letter Recommending Portrait Artists and Closing with: “If Lincoln is reelected, I shall despair.” ********** MORSE, SAMUEL F. B. (1791-1872). American artist and inventor; creator of the telegraphic code
Lot: 102 - Uncommon Letter by Edward R. Murrow, Famous CBS
MURROW, EDWARD R. (1908-1965). Pioneering American broadcast journalist and WWII correspondent. TLS. (“ER Murrow”). 1p. 4to. Washington, D.C., March 29, 1962. On letterhead of the United States Information Agency to notable Civil War
Lot: 103 - Indian Prime Minister Narasimha Rao on
Indian Prime Minister Rao on the UN “Zionism is racism” vote: “We therefore decide to vote in favour of the US-sponsored resolution” ********** NARASIMHA RAO, P.V. (1921-2004). India’s prime minister from
Lot: 104 - Ogden Nash Letter on Being "mature enough to
“Maybe by my next birthday I will be mature enough to handle my correspondence properly” ********** NASH, OGDEN. (1902-1971). American writer of humorous verse. TLS. (“Ogden Nash”). 1p. 4to. Baltimore, March 13, 1941. On
Lot: 105 - Admiral Nimitz: "I... felt that you would like to
Admiral Nimitz to Henry Ford’s Enforcer: “I thought of you… and felt that you would like to be out here swapping punches with the Japs” ********** NIMITZ, CHESTER. (1885-1966). American admiral and commander of Pacific
Lot: 106 - A Surprisingly Candid Photograph of a Laughing
A Candid Photograph of Richard Nixon ********** NIXON, RICHARD M. (1913 1994). Thirty-seventh president of the United States whose political career was ended by the Watergate scandal. SP. (“Dick Nixon”). 1p. 4to. N.p., N.d. Inscribed in
Lot: 107 - Lengthy Pastor J.F. Oberlin (Oberlin College
OBERLIN, JOHANN FRIEDRICH. (1740-1826). Alsatian Lutheran Pietist minister and humanitarian. ALS. With two small illustrations of beetle larvae. (“Oberlin”). 2pp. 4to. Waldersbach, September 3, 1772. To Monsieur Herrman (probably French
Lot: 108 - Uncommon & Funny Letter by New Yorker Humorist,
Uncommon Letter Signed by New Yorker Humorist, S.J. Perelman: “If only those lady writers would take their $400,000 paperback sales, shut up, and go back to Council Bluffs” ********** PERELMAN, S(IDNEY) J(OSEPH). (1904-1979).
Lot: 109 - Franklin Pierce Presidential Free Frank on
PIERCE, FRANKLIN. (1804-1869). Free frank as president. (“Free Franklin Pierce”). 1p. 12mo. (Washington, January 29, N.y. [ca. 1851]). Signed on an envelope addressed in his hand to his brother HENRY DEARBORN PIERCE (1812-1882).
Lot: 110 - Stalin's Russian "Mata Hari" Warmly Inscribes a
Russia’s “Mata Hari” Warmly Inscribes a Photograph to Sergei Rachmaninov! ********** PLEVITSKAYA, NADEZHDA. (1884-1940). Russian folk singer and Soviet spy who was a muse to one of Russia’s greatest composers, Sergei
Lot: 111 - Cole Porter ALS on Tax Issues on "Black Tuesday"
Writing About Tax Issues on “Black Tuesday” 1929 ********** PORTER, COLE. (1891-1964). American composer and lyricist of such hits as Night and Day, Anything Goes and I love Paris. ALS. (“Cole”). 2pp. 8vo. New York City,
Lot: 112 - Cole Porter Signs $200 Check for Actor Jack
Cole Porter Pays his Boyfriend, Actor Jack Cassidy, $200********** PORTER, COLE. (1891-1964). American composer and lyricist of such hits as Night and Day, Anything Goes, and I Love Paris. Signed Check. (“Cole Porter”). 1p. Oblong
Lot: 113 - U.S. ATTACKED - NY Times Front Page Picturing 9/11
“U.S. ATTACKED” – New York Times Front Page Describing 9/11 Terrorist Attack Signed by Five Presidents********** 9/11 NEW YORK TIMES FRONT PAGE SIGNED BY FIVE PRESIDENTS. The signed first page of the September 12, 2001, New York
Lot: 114 - Greeting Card Picturing White House Signed by 4
Signed by Four Presidents and Four First Ladies ********** PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES. A photographic greeting card entitled “White House in Springtime,” signed by four presidents and four first ladies including President GERALD FORD
Lot: 115 - Maurice Ravel Elegantly Penned Black-Ink signature
RAVEL, MAURICE. (1875-1937). French composer; creator of masterpieces such as Daphnis et Chloe, Gaspard de la nuit and Bolero. CS. (“Maurice Ravel”). 1p. 16mo. N.p., March 19, 1933. An elegantly penned black-ink signature on a card with a
Lot: 116 - Rare Roentgen Letter Written in 1895, the Year He
Written the Year Röntgen Discovered X-Rays********** RÖNTGEN, WILHELM. (1845-1923). German physicist and Nobel Prize winner; best-known for his discovery of X-rays. LS. (“W. C. Roentgen”). 2pp. 8vo. Wurzburg, February 12,
Lot: 117 - Edith Roosevelt Free Frank on a Postcard Sending
ROOSEVELT, EDITH K. (1861-1948). First lady and second wife of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States. Third person ANS. (“Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt”). On a postcard bearing her Free Frank (“Free Edith K.
Lot: 117A - Uncommon First Lady Edith Roosevelt Autograph
Uncommon Autograph Letter as First Lady on White House Stationery********** ROOSEVELT, EDITH K. (1861-1948). First Lady and second wife of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States. ALS. (“E.”). 3¼pp. Small 8vo.
Lot: 118 - Pres. FD Roosevelt to Polio Victim and Inventor:
FDR to a Victim of Polio: “The brave fight you are making” ********** ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (1882-1945). Thirty-second president of the United States. TLS. (“Franklin D. Roosevelt”). 1p. Small 4to. Washington, D.C.,
Lot: 119 - Theodore Roosevelt Imperial Sepia-Toned Cabinet
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). Twenty-sixth president of the United States. SP. (“Theodore Roosevelt”). 1p. Imperial Cabinet. N.p., N.d. (Circa 1900). A magnificent and early imperial cabinet sepia-toned photograph, showing TR standing
Lot: 119A - Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter: I am Overwhelmed
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). Twenty-sixth president of the United States. TLS. (“Theodore Roosevelt”). With several lines written in holograph. ¾p. 4to. New York, April 13, 1917. On Metropolitan Magazine letterhead. To Dr.
Lot: 120 - Rare Letter by Ram-Mohun Roy, 19th Century Indian
Rare Autograph Letter by Ram-Mohun Roy, 19th Century Indian Social and Religious Reformer ********** ROY, RAM-MOHUN. (1772-1833). Indian social and religious reformer called the Father of the Indian Renaissance. ALS. (“Rammohun Roy”).
Lot: 121 - Rare 1928 Autograph Letter by Polish-American
Rare Autograph Letter by Polish-American Cosmetics Queen Helena Rubinstein********** RUBINSTEIN, HELENA. (1872-1965). Polish-American businesswoman whose eponymous cosmetic empire made her one of the richest women in the world. ALS.
Lot: 122 - Limited Edition Signed by Antoine de Saint
Signed by the Author of The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint Exupery********** SAINT EXUPERY, ANTOINE DE. (1900-1944). French aviator and author best known for The Little Prince and Wind, Sand, and Stars. Signed book. (“Antoine de Saint
Lot: 122A - Rare Schoenberg Musical Quotation from his Chamber
SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD. (1874-1951). Austrian composer and creator of the revolutionary twelve-tone school of composition which abandoned fixed tonality. AMusQS. (“Arnold Schoenberg”). 1p. 16mo. N.p., February 1, 1934. Two measures from
Lot: 123 - Albert Schweitzer Autograph Letter Signed
Albert Schweitzer Autograph Letter Mentioning Bach Concerts********** SCHWEITZER, ALBERT. (1875-1965). French theologian, philosopher, physician, organist, and music scholar; winner of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize. ALS. (“Albert
Lot: 124 - George Bernard Shaw Typed Letter of Advice on
“If you adopt literature as a profession, the first thing you have to do is to acquaint yourself with the law of copyright and the law of libel” ********** SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. (1856-1950). Irish playwright and critic known for
Lot: 125 - Signed Photo of Union General Sickles, First to
SICKLES, DANIEL EDGAR. (1819-1914). Controversial politician and Union general. SP. (“Maj. Gen. D. Sickles” and again on the verso, “Maj. Gen. D Sickles, U. S. Army, Photograph taken in 1866.”) 1p. CDV. N.p., 1866. A sepia
Lot: 126 - Lengthy John Steinbeck Autograph Letter: "And I
“And I think that is all I have to say. I didn’t really have anything to say to begin with. If I had, this would be much shorter” ********** STEINBECK, JOHN. (1902-1968). American author of The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and
Lot: 127 - Elegant Richard Strauss Signature on a Small
STRAUSS, RICHARD. (1864-1949). German composer; creator of Der Rosenkavalier, Also Sprach Zarathustra and Salome as well as other 20th-century classics. CS. (“Dr. Richard Strauss”). 1p. 16mo. N.p., N.d. Strauss’ full signature on a
Lot: 128 - Stravinsky Takes "The Necessary Steps with the
“I have taken the necessary steps with the Swiss Bank Corporation in New York” ********** STRAVINSKY, IGOR. (1882-1971). Russian-born, American composer; creator of The Rite of Spring, Petroushka, The Firebird, and many other
Lot: 129 - Helen Taft Typed Envelope Bearing Her Boldly
TAFT, HELEN “NELLIE” HERRON. (1861-1943). First lady of the United States from 1909-1913. Free Frank. (“Helen H. Taft Free”). 1p. 12mo. (Washington, D.C., February 17, 1941.) A typed envelope addressed to Robert A. Wilson in
Lot: 130 - Rare Zachary Taylor Free Frank Signed on an
TAYLOR, ZACHARY. (1784-1850). Career soldier and 12th president of the United States, nicknamed “Old Rough and Ready” during the Battle of Okeechobee. Free Frank as president. (“Z. Taylor”). 1p. 12mo. (Washington, D.C.,
Lot: 131 - Charming Ellen Terry Signed Photograph Feeding Her
TERRY, DAME (ALICE) ELLEN. (1847-1928). English actress. SP. (“Ellen Terry”). 1p. Cabinet card. [London], 1889. A charming sepia Window & Grove photograph of Terry seated with a plate on her lap feeding her two dogs whose names,
Lot: 132 - Rare Signed CDV Photograph of E. D. Townsend,
Rare Signed Photograph of E.D. Townsend, Adjutant General of the Union Army********** TOWNSEND, EDWARD D. (1817-1893). Union general who served as adjutant general of the United State Army during and after the Civil War. SP. (“E.D.
Lot: 133 - Truman ALS on De Gaulle with Complaints about U.S.
Referring to the ‘Great’ De Gaulle and Complaining about Government Mismanagement of His Papers and Property: “I turned over 4,500,000 documents and more than $300,000.00 worth of presents which had come to me as President from
Lot: 133A - Stunning Truman Color Signed Photo on Matte to US
TRUMAN, HARRY S. (1884-1972). Thirty-third president of the United States. SP. (“Harry Truman USANG”). N.p., N.d. (ca. mid-1940s). To Senate Secretary EDWIN A. HALSEY (1881-1945). A stunning color photograph of Senator Truman seated at
Lot: 134 - Rare Ivan Turgenev Autograph Letter Signed to Pohl
TURGENEV, IVAN. (1818-1883). Russian realist author best known for his novel Fathers and Sons. ALS. (“I. Turgeneff”). 1p. 8vo. N.p. (Baden-Baden?), Sunday (c. 1864-1870?). To German music critic, poet and composer RICHARD POHL
Lot: 135 - Irate Updike Letter to Publisher: I Will Not
John Updike’s Irate Letter to His Publisher: “In fact, in writing this paragraph I got have gotten so steamed up I will not return the contract, or cash the check, until I hear from you” ********** UPDIKE, JOHN. (1932-2009).
Lot: 136 - Van Buren Free Frank with Kinderhook Postmark to
Martin Van Buren Free Frank with a Kinderhook Postmark Addressed to his Secretary of War, Joel R. Poinsett, for whom the Poinsettia Plant is Named********** VAN BUREN, MARTIN. (1782-1862). Eighth president of the United States nicknamed “Old
Lot: 137 - 21 Year Old Queen Victoria Pardons a Convicted
Young Queen Victoria Pardons a Convicted Forger ********** VICTORIA. (1819-1901). Queen of Great Britain and Ireland; Empress of India. Manuscript DS. (“Victoria R”). 1½pp. Small folio. London, September 11, 1840. To the Sheriff of
Lot: 138 - Large Drawing by Fluxus Artist Wolf Vostell of the
VOSTELL, WOLF. (1932-1998). German painter, sculptor, multi-media artist, and co-founder of the Fluxus Movement and one of the originators of “Happenings.” A signed abstract drawing depicting an aerial view of the Palace of the Kings of
Lot: 139 - Major Fragment from Draft of Washington's
A Significant Fragment from the Conclusion of Washington’s Handwritten Draft of His First Inaugural Address: “…While others in their political conduct shall demean themselves… let us be honest. Let us be firm. Let us advance
Lot: 140 - Rare Autograph Letter by Carl Maria von Weber
Rare Autograph Letter Signed by Carl Maria von Weber mentioning His Patron and Several Compositions: “I am working hard and loving it” ********** WEBER, CARL MARIA VON. (1786-1826). German Romantic composer of such works as Der
Lot: 141 - Very Early Letter by HG Wells Mentioning His Most
Very Early Letter by H.G. Wells Mentioning His Most Famous Work, The Time Machine********** WELLS, H.G. (1866-1946). English journalist, historian and author of The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds and The Outline of History. ALS. (“H.G.
Lot: 142 - Whistler Letter Sending "A Couple of Little
Whistler Sends Literary Editor William E. Henley: “A couple of little masterpieces – tout simplement! – New – original in every sense of the word. Dainty as few things are – and as to execution – brilliant
Lot: 143 - Rare Minor White letter to Photographer Terry Wild
WHITE, MINOR. (1908-1976). American photographer and co-founder of the influential photography magazine Aperture. TLS. (“Minor White”). 1p. 4to. N.p., March 9, 1970. To photographer Terry Wild. ********** “Mike Hoffman and I had
Lot: 144 - Rare Autograph Letter Signed by Nobel Peace Prize
Rare Autograph Letter Signed by Nobel Peace Prize Winner Elie Wiesel********** WIESEL, ELIE. (1928-2016). Romanian-American holocaust survivor, writer, political activist, and Nobel Peace Prize winner; best known for his novel Night, which recount
Lot: 145 - Edith Wilson ALS & Free Frank Mentioning the
“A wonderful tribute to Mr. Wilson” ********** WILSON, EDITH B. (1872-1961). First Lady of the United States from 1915 to 1921. ALS. (“E.B.W.”), with a free franked envelope (“Edith Bolling Wilson”). 2pp. 12mo.
Lot: 146 - Woodrow Wilson Mentions "the Vexed Adriatic
Mentioning “the vexed Adriatic question” and Discussing Plans for his Biography********** WILSON, WOODROW. (1856-1924). Twenty-eighth president of the United States. TLS. (“Woodrow Wilson”). 1p. 4to. Washington, D.C.,
Lot: 146A - President Wilson Typed Letter to his Secretary of
“I am glad that there are men who have the thoughtfulness and public spirit to send you and us such words of encouragement” ********** WILSON, WOODROW. (1856-1924). Twenty-eighth president of the United States. TLS. (“Woodrow
Lot: 147 - Important Zeppelin Autograph Letter on Problem of
Important Zeppelin Autograph Letter on the Problem of Anchoring Airships on Water: “The anchors must not be raised. If the buoy has to be brought to land, it is crucial that precautions be taken that the cables not get lost on the bottom of
Lot: 148 - Zola's Immortal Words on Dreyfus Affair: "La
Zola’s Famous Quotation about the Dreyfus Affair: “La vérité est en marche et rien ne l’arrêtera”********** ZOLA, EMILE. (1840-1902). French novelist; author of the most famous newspaper article ever
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