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Auctioneer Swann Auction Galleries 212-254-4710
Auction Date Nov 01 Auction
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New York, NY
Time 01:30PM
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Lot: 1 - (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 200

THE MEN WHO ABOLISHED SLAVERY (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 200 signatures by political, military and other notables, including Abraham Lincoln, most of his cabinet, and most members of the 38th U.S. Congress who voted in favor of the 13th

Lot: 2 - ALLEN, ETHAN. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, a

ALLEN, ETHAN. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, a leaf from his account book, listing the names and amounts due or paid. 8 entries on recto and as many on verso. 2 pages, 8vo; some loss to lower edge affecting portion of an entry. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 3 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) CHITTENDEN, THOMAS.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) CHITTENDEN, THOMAS. Partly-printed Document Signed, "Tho. Chittenden," as Governor, appointing Isaac Clark Colonel of the Fifth Regiment in the State Militia. Countersigned by Deputy Secretary Thomas Tolman. 8x13 inches;

Lot: 4 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HANCOCK, JOHN. Document

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HANCOCK, JOHN. Document Signed, as Governor, appointing Joseph Fisk Surgeon of the First Regiment of Foot in the Continental Army. Countersigned by Secretary John Avery. 9x14 inches; few tissue repairs at fold intersections

Lot: 5 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HENRY, PATRICK. Autograph

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HENRY, PATRICK. Autograph Manuscript Signed, thrice (in full or "P. Henry") in the third person within the text, a document written on behalf of Martin Key who agrees to allow Henry to settle on the land on Leatherwood Creek in

Lot: 6 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HOPKINSON, FRANCIS.

SIGNER (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) HOPKINSON, FRANCIS. Partly-printed Document Signed, "F Hopkinson," as Continental Congress Treasurer of Loans, bill of exchange ordering payment of $24 in interest due on money borrowed from the United States to John

Lot: 7 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) RIVINGTON, JAMES. Autograph

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) RIVINGTON, JAMES. Autograph Endorsement dated and Signed, "JaRivington," acknowledging the sale of several items by Rivington to Gouverneur Morris, listed above endorsement in unknown hand, including "Cookes Voyage 2 Vols" and

Lot: 8 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) THORNTON, MATTHEW.

SIGNER APPOINTS A MINUTEMAN (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) THORNTON, MATTHEW. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President of the Congress of the Colony of NH, appointing a "Captain of the Ninth Company in the Third Regiment of Minutemen." Countersigned by

Lot: 9 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) TRUMBULL, JONATHAN.

GOVERNOR ORDERS TROOPS TO ASSIST WASHINGTON IN NY ON EVE OF INDEPENDENCE DAY (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) TRUMBULL, JONATHAN. Autograph Document Signed, "Jon'th Trumbull," as Colonial Governor of Connecticut, ordering Lt. Col. Thomas Seymour to march his

Lot: 10 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) WASHINGTON, GEORGE.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Partly-printed Document Signed, "G:Washington," as Commander-in-Chief, military discharge of "Edward Keyser private in the Second NYork Regiment, having faithfully served the United States Two Years & Six

Lot: 11 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) WAYNE, ANTHONY. Autograph

GENERAL LOOKS FORWARD TO FUTURE "IN FULL POSSESSION OF PEACE, LIBERTY & SAFETY" (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) WAYNE, ANTHONY. Autograph Letter Signed, "Anth'yWayne," to Benjamin Rush ("Dear Rush"), assuring him that he will not be confused by the fickle

Lot: 12 - BIDDLE, CLEMENT. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

BIDDLE, CLEMENT. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Sir," describing the terms for the sale of lands in Vermont. 1 1/4 pages, small 4to, written on the recto and verso of a single sheet; last letter of signature truncated by trimmed edge, faint

Lot: 13 - BURR, AARON. Brief Autograph Letter Signed,

BURR, AARON. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, "A.Burr," to Colonel Nicholson, arranging a meeting. 1 page, 8vo, with integral address leaf; faint scattered foxing, scattered remnants of prior mounting to address panel. (MRS) Np, 11 June [1796]

Lot: 14 - CHAMBERLAIN, JOSHUA L. Check accomplished and

CHAMBERLAIN, JOSHUA L. Check accomplished and Signed, to Ridley & Stauwood, in the amount of $100, drawn on the First National Bank of Brunswick. 3x7 1/2 inches; two cancellation ink stamps recto (not affecting signature), receipt signature verso.

Lot: 15 - (CIVIL WAR.) BUTLER, BENJAMIN F. Autograph

(CIVIL WAR.) BUTLER, BENJAMIN F. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed, "Benj. F Butler": "We are puppets all; man / in his pride, / and beauty fair in her flower, / Ever moved by an unseen / hand at a game" [paraphrase of lines from Tennyson's

Lot: 16 - (CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Autograph

"REPORTS OF THE LAST WAR . . . WILL MAKE A BOOK ON STRATEGY MOST VALUABLE" (CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Autograph Letter Signed, "W.T. Sherman / MajGenl," to "Dear Lippitt" [Francis J. Lippitt?], declining to endorse his book, but

Lot: 17 - (CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Photograph

PORTRAIT BY BEST-KNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER OF CIVIL WAR (CIVIL WAR.) SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Photograph Signed, "W.T. Sherman / General," half-length seated portrait by Brady, showing him in uniform. 5 3/4x4 inches (image), 9x6 inches overall; minor

Lot: 18 - CLINTON, DEWITT. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

"THE CHIEF SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION IS THE INTENDED REMOVAL OF CONGRESS" CLINTON, DEWITT. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Sir," explaining that a certain piece of property cannot be sold to him while others can, noting that the Senate has passed a

Lot: 19 - CLYMER, GEORGE. Autograph Endorsement Signed,

SIGNER PASSES TO ANOTHER HIS DEBT TO FRIEND GEORGE WASHINGTON CLYMER, GEORGE. Autograph Endorsement Signed, "Merediths & Clymer," transferring the drawee of the bill of exchange on the verso to Archer, Byde, & Co. The bill, a partly-printed document

Lot: 20 - CUSTER, ELIZABETH BACON. Photograph Signed and

HIS LAST PORTRAIT CUSTER, ELIZABETH BACON. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "From / Elizabeth B. Custer / to her friend / Mr. Anthony," on verso, a cabinet card bust portrait by Howell, showing her husband--George Armstrong Custer--in 3/4-view and

Lot: 21 - ELLERY, WILLIAM. Document Signed, "Voted & passed

SIGNER ELLERY, WILLIAM. Document Signed, "Voted & passed By Order / William Ellery Cler[k]," as Clerk of the Rhode Island House of Magistrates, a resolution ordering the sheriff of Providence County to "provide three Suitable and decent Great Chairs

Lot: 22 - FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. Document Signed, "BFranklin /

FRANKLIN ORDERS PAYMENT OF LARGE SUM OF PAPER MONEY TO LOAN OFFICE FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. Document Signed, "BFranklin / Presid't," as President of the Executive Council of PA, ordering Treasurer David Rittenhouse to pay £15,000 "of the new Emission

Lot: 23 - FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. Partly-printed vellum Document

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, "BFranklin," as President of the Supreme Executive Council, granting 200 acres of land in Westmoreland county to John Hoover for services rendered in the army of the United States.

Lot: 24 - HANCOCK, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as

HANCOCK AND SAMUEL ADAMS HANCOCK, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as Governor, appointing Silas Taylor Justice of the Peace in Middlesex County. Countersigned by Secretary John Avery, Jr. Additionally Signed by Samuel Adams, "S Adams," as

Lot: 25 - HART, JOHN. Autograph Document Signed, as Justice

SIGNER SIGNS AS JUSTICE OF PEACE: HIS FIRST PUBLIC JOB HART, JOHN. Autograph Document Signed, as Justice of the Peace, a leaf from an account book, listing the amounts paid to Constable Thomas Hunt and other payments and approving the amount

Lot: 26 - HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL. Letter Signed, "Sam'l

SIGNER: "THIS STATE HATH . . . RATIFIED THE . . . CONSTITUTION" HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL. Letter Signed, "Sam'l Huntington," as Governor, to Governor of NJ William Livingston, informing him that CT has ratified the U.S. Constitution. 1 page, folio, with

Lot: 27 - HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter Signed,

GOVERNOR URGES POSTMASTER TO ADOPT HIS PROPOSED POSTAL REFORMS HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter Signed, "Sam'l Huntington," as Governor, to Postmaster General Samuel Osgood, retained draft, urging him to adopt a reform to the post rider system in

Lot: 28 - JAY, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as

JAY, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as Governor of New York, appointing "Chauncey Hyde Captain of a Company in the Battalion of Militia in the County of Tioga." Countersigned by Deputy Secretary Jasper Hopper. 9 1/4x15 inches; faint scattered

Lot: 29 - JAY, JOHN. Autograph Letter Signed, to his son

"CONSIDERING THE PRESENT STATE OF OUR BANKS, I . . . POSTPONE SELLING ANY LAND" JAY, JOHN. Autograph Letter Signed, to his son Peter Augustus Jay ("Dear Peter"), discussing the evaluation of his land, noting that he has postponed selling land due to

Lot: 30 - LAFAYETTE, GILBERT DU MOTIER; MARQUIS DE.

SIEGE OF YORKTOWN: "CORNWALLIS CAME OUT . . . AND DECLINED THE ATTACK" LAFAYETTE, GILBERT DU MOTIER; MARQUIS DE. Autograph Letter Signed, "Lafayette," to "My dear Sir," in English, sending maps and a narrative of the Yorktown Campaign of 1781 [not

Lot: 31 - LATROBE, BENJAMIN HENRY. Clipped Signature, "B.

CO-DESIGNER OF U.S. CAPITOL BUILDING LATROBE, BENJAMIN HENRY. Clipped Signature, "B. Henry Latrobe / Surveyor of the public Buildings of the U States." 3/4x4 3/4 inches; moderate scattered staining, remnants of prior mounting at side edges verso,

Lot: 32 - LEE, HENRY ("LIGHT-HORSE HARRY"). Letter Signed,

GOVERNOR WRITES IN WAKE OF THE WHISKY REBELLION LEE, HENRY ("LIGHT-HORSE HARRY"). Letter Signed, "Henry Lee," as Governor, to General Anthony Walton White, ordering him to deliver a list of prisoners comfortably and securely to Philadelphia.

Lot: 33 - LILLIE, GORDON WILLIAM ("PAWNEE BILL"). Autograph

LILLIE, GORDON WILLIAM ("PAWNEE BILL"). Autograph Letter Signed, "Your True Friend / G.W. Lillie," to writer J. Edward Leithead ("Friend Leithead"), in pencil, inquiring whether he received a response to his letter, offering to send photographs,

Lot: 34 - LORING, WILLIAM W. Signature and rank, "W.W.

"OLD BLIZZARDS" LORING, WILLIAM W. Signature and rank, "W.W. Loring / Fereek Pasha / Egypt," on a small card. 2 1/4x4 1/4 inches; remnants of prior mounting at center verso. Egypt, [1869-78]

Lot: 35 - (MORMONS.) SMITH, JOSEPH. Clipped Signature,

(MORMONS.) SMITH, JOSEPH. Clipped Signature, removed from a letter, including only a fragment of the closing, "Your Friend," and a holograph name and place on the verso: "Mr. J Salsbury / Plymouth." 2x5 inches; ink identification written in unknown

Lot: 36 - (MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Brief Letter Signed, to

(MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Brief Letter Signed, to Theodore F. Dwight: "With pleasure I forward you the autograph." 1 page, 8vo, with integral blank; horizontal folds. (MRS) Salt Lake City, 17 September 1866

Lot: 37 - (MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Partly-printed Document

(MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Partly-printed Document Signed, leasing a lot of land for five years to John P. Engstrom. Additionally signed by Engstrom and two witnesses, D. McKenzie and W.A. Rossiter. 2 pages, folio, written on recto and verso of a

Lot: 38 - (MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Signature, on a small

(MORMONS.) YOUNG, BRIGHAM. Signature, on a small card. 2x3 1/2 inches. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 39 - MORRIS, ROBERT. Autograph Letter Signed,

SIGNER MORRIS, ROBERT. Autograph Letter Signed, "Rob'tMorris," as Senator, to John Nicholson and John Donaldson, ordering stock of the United States. 1/2 page, 4to, pale blue paper; inlaid, minor foxing at horizontal fold, docketed and addressed in

Lot: 40 - PENN, JOHN. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed,

PENN, JOHN. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as Governor of Pennsylvania, granting George Palmer a lot in Sunbury. 12x17 inches; folds, docketing and additional paper seal verso, ribbon of attached seal covers most of signature. (MRS)

Lot: 41 - PIKE, ZEBULON MONTGOMERY. Endorsement Signed,

PIKE, ZEBULON MONTGOMERY. Endorsement Signed, "ZebnPikeCaptn / Commanding," as Commander of the 1st Battalion of the 3rd Sub-Legion, ordering that 338 rations be issued in accord with provision return--written above endorsement--for the two-day

Lot: 42 - PIKE, ZEBULON MONTGOMERY. Autograph Endorsement

PIKE, ZEBULON MONTGOMERY. Autograph Endorsement dated and Signed, "ZMPike Col / Com'g," 12 lines on the verso of a request to pay Asa Lowell, ordering that the request be granted. The request, document in unknown hand, describing the costs incurred

Lot: 43 - SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Autograph Letter

"I CAN LOOK BACK . . . WITH COMPOSURE AND SATISFACTION" SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH. Autograph Letter Signed, "W.T. Sherman," to Mary Audenried ("Dear Mrs. Audenried"), comparing his own post-war years with the wrecked lives of his friends, and

Lot: 44 - SPARKS, JARED. Two Autograph Letters Signed, one

AN ANECDOTE ABOUT CONTINENTAL MONEY: "IT WAS TOLD TO ME BY LAFAYETTE" SPARKS, JARED. Two Autograph Letters Signed, one brief. The first, to Frederick A. Lane, citing the page in his Writings of George Washington (1834-42) on which Lane may find

Lot: 45 - TALLMADGE, BENJAMIN. Fragment of an Autograph

TODAY IS "THE ANNIVERSARY OF OUR ILLUSTRIOUS FATHER . . . WASHINGTON" TALLMADGE, BENJAMIN. Fragment of an Autograph Letter, with Franking Signature on verso ("Free / B. Tallmadge"), to Oliver Wolcott, concerning a dinner commemorating the anniversary

Lot: 46 - THOMSON, CHARLES. Letter Signed, "ChasThomson," as

THOMSON COMPILES LEGISLATION OF THE STATES FOR "JOINT WISDOM OF THE WHOLE" THOMSON, CHARLES. Letter Signed, "ChasThomson," as Secretary of the Congress of the Confederation, to the Governor of Connecticut, circular letter, sending a resolution [not

Lot: 47 - THORNTON, WILLIAM. Autograph Letter Signed, to

CO-DESIGNER OF U.S. CAPITOL BUILDING THORNTON, WILLIAM. Autograph Letter Signed, to William P. Elliott ("My worthy young Friend"), requesting that he research a number of topics: the prices of statues offered at Coade's in London, possible markets

Lot: 48 - TWO GUNS WHITE CALF. Photograph postcard Signed

TWO GUNS WHITE CALF. Photograph postcard Signed with his pictogram, bust portrait by Hileman, showing him in profile. Signed in the image, lower right. Correspondence side blank. 5 1/4x3 1/4 inches; some soiling near ear of portrait, some mirroring

Lot: 49 - (WEST POINT.) Leaf from an autograph album Signed

(WEST POINT.) Leaf from an autograph album Signed by 18 of the 52 West Point cadets in the class of 1853, including John Bell Hood, Philip H. Sheridan, and George B. Anderson. Signatures written on recto only, each inside a small printed box, the

Lot: 50 - WILKINSON, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed,

WILKINSON, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed, "JaWilkinson," as Senior Officer of the United States Army, to General Anthony Walton White ("My Dear White"), remarking that certain [mysteriously unspecified] inquiries were successful, inviting him to

Lot: 51 - (ALBUM--18TH-CENTURY--GERMAN.) Friendship album

(ALBUM--18TH-CENTURY--GERMAN.) Friendship album containing approximately 50 pages of fine watercolors, embroidery, and calligraphic sentiments and poems, in German, by various contributors, kept by "M.H.K." [Maria Hedwig Kießling, later Mrs.

Lot: 52 - ALI, MUHAMMAD. Two items, each to Charles H.

VIETNAM WAR RESISTANCE "FAR GREATER VICTORY THAN ANY IN MY ATHLETIC CAREER" ALI, MUHAMMAD. Two items, each to Charles H. Lyttle: Photograph Signed and Inscribed * Typed Letter Signed. The photograph, "To / Charles / Lyttle / With Regards,"

Lot: 53 - (ASTRONAUTS--MERCURY.) GRISSOM, VIRGIL I.; AND M.

(ASTRONAUTS--MERCURY.) GRISSOM, VIRGIL I.; AND M. SCOTT CARPENTER. Two Photographs Signed, each by one, each an original NASA publicity photograph. The first, additionally Inscribed, "Regards to everyone at Purolator / Gus Grissom," showing the

Lot: 54 - (ASTRONAUTS.) ARMSTRONG, NEIL. Photograph Signed,

(ASTRONAUTS.) ARMSTRONG, NEIL. Photograph Signed, half-length portrait by NASA, showing him in space suit holding helmet with moon in background. Signed in the image, lower right. 10x8 inches; cello tape remainder of prior mounting at all edges

Lot: 55 - (ASTRONAUTS.) IRWIN, JAMES B. Photograph Signed

(ASTRONAUTS.) IRWIN, JAMES B. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "David / My Thanks and Best Wishes / JimIrwin," showing him in spacesuit saluting the U.S. flag at the Moon landing site of the Apollo 15. Inscribed in the image, upper left. 8x10 inches.

Lot: 56 - (AVIATORS.) LINDBERGH, CHARLES A. Signature, in

(AVIATORS.) LINDBERGH, CHARLES A. Signature, in pencil, on an etching by Burnell Poole entitled "The Epic of the Air." Signed in the lower margin. 11 1/2x15 3/4 inches (image), 14x18 inches overall; mounted to a larger board, moderate discoloration

Lot: 57 - (AVIATORS.) Printed admission ticket to the All

WILEY POST AND 7 OTHERS SIGN (AVIATORS.) Printed admission ticket to the All Southern Aircraft Pageant at Charlotte Airport on October 11 [1931], Signed by 8 aviators on verso, most in pencil. 4x4 inches; one corner torn away (not affecting

Lot: 58 - BARNUM, PHINEAS TAYLOR. Signature and date, on a

BARNUM, PHINEAS TAYLOR. Signature and date, on a slip of paper: "[American] Museum / Oct 9 [18]60 / TrulyYours / P.T. Barnum." 8x5 inches; staining at upper and lower edges, horizontal fold, scattered remnants of prior mounting overall verso. [New

Lot: 59 - (BEATLES, THE.) Poster Signed by each member: John

RINGO IS THE SHORT ONE (BEATLES, THE.) Poster Signed by each member: John Lennon * George Harrison * Paul McCartney * Ringo Starr (additionally Inscribed in holograph below his name: "5'7" [five feet, seven inches]"). The poster, showing four ink

Lot: 60 - (BEATLES, THE.) LENNON, JOHN. Two books, each

(BEATLES, THE.) LENNON, JOHN. Two books, each dated and Signed, "John Lennon / 71": In His Own Write * A Spaniard in the Works. The first, on the title-page, additionally with a small holograph ink drawing, a doodled self-portrait showing a face

Lot: 61 - BUTLER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Autograph Letter

BUILDING NEW YORK UNIVERSITY BUTLER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Autograph Letter Signed, "B.F. Butler," as US Attorney General, to New York State Comptroller Azariah C. Flagg, appealing to him for help in securing [debt] relief on behalf of New York

Lot: 62 - CATHERINE II; EMPRESS OF RUSSIA. Letter Signed,

CATHERINE THE GREAT CATHERINE II; EMPRESS OF RUSSIA. Letter Signed, "Caterine," as Empress, to the Crown Princess of Courland, in French, congratulating her upon her marriage. 1 page, small 4to, with integral blank; folds, faint scattered foxing;

Lot: 63 - CHURCHILL, WINSTON S. Photograph Signed,

CHURCHILL, WINSTON S. Photograph Signed, 3/4-length seated portrait, showing the Prime Minister smiling. Signed on the mat below the image. 9 1/2x7 1/2 inches (image), 12x10 inches overall; faint scattered foxing to the mat; framed. Np, [1952]

Lot: 64 - CLAY, HENRY. Autograph Letter Signed, "H. Clay,"

"THE ADM[INISTRATI]ON . . . INTENDS TO ABANDON THE COUNTRY TO ITS FATE" CLAY, HENRY. Autograph Letter Signed, "H. Clay," to Peter Buell Porter, acknowledging receipt of newspaper articles honoring Daniel Webster, explaining that he would like to

Lot: 65 - DARROW, CLARENCE. Typed Letter Signed, to attorney

DARROW INVITES ATTORNEY TO HELP APPEAL VERDICT OF "SCOPES MONKEY TRIAL" DARROW, CLARENCE. Typed Letter Signed, to attorney Frank Spurlock, inviting him to join his defense team. 1 page, oblong 8vo, "Darrow, Smith, Cronson & Smith" stationery; folds

Lot: 66 - DEWEY, GEORGE. Photograph Signed and Inscribed,

DEWEY, GEORGE. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "To Col. [John] Schuyler Crosby from his friend / and comrade George Dewey," 3/4-length portrait, showing him standing in admiral's ceremonial dress with hands resting on the hilt of his sword.

Lot: 67 - EDISON, THOMAS A. William H. Meadowcroft. The

UMBRELLA SIGNATURE EDISON, THOMAS A. William H. Meadowcroft. The Boy's Life of Edison. Signed on the front free endpaper, "ThosAEdison." Additionally signed and inscribed by the author to Edwin Woodward Allen, Jr., on July 10, 1928, below Edison's

Lot: 68 - EDWARD VII; KING OF ENGLAND. Autograph Telegram

"I AM SO PROUD TO BE THE CHIEF" OF A HUSSAR REGIMENT AT KÖNIGSBERG EDWARD VII; KING OF ENGLAND. Autograph Telegram Signed, "Albert Edward," as Prince of Wales, to Emperor Wilhelm II, in German, in pencil, declining to allow him to lead Edward's

Lot: 69 - EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Etched portrait of him by

EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Etched portrait of him by Hermann Struck, Signed at lower right, in pencil, showing his head in 3/4 view. Additionally signed and numbered 60/100 by the artist, in pencil, lower left. 11x9 inches overall; marginal discoloration

Lot: 70 - EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Anton Reiser. Albert Einstein: A

SCIENTIST INSCRIBES WITH A POEM EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Anton Reiser. Albert Einstein: A Biographical Portrait. Signed and Inscribed, with a four-line poem, in German, to Mrs. [Leonor?] Michaelis, on the front free endpaper. Small 4to, publisher's cloth,

Lot: 71 - EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Albert Einstein:

EINSTEIN, ALBERT. Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist, ed. Paul A. Schilpp. Signed and dated on the limitation page, "Albert Einstein. 49." Small 4to, publisher's cloth, minor scattered rubbing; moderate toning to signature page; lacking slipcase.

Lot: 72 - EINSTEIN, ALBERT. The Meaning of Relativity.

EINSTEIN, ALBERT. The Meaning of Relativity. Signed and dated on the front free endpaper, "A. Einstein. 50." 8vo, publisher's cloth; dust jacket with minor chipping at edges, minor scattered soiling. Later Edition. Princeton, 1950

Lot: 73 - EINSTEIN, ELSA. Archive of 9 letters, each Signed,

THE EINSTEINS MAKE A HOME IN PRINCETON, NJ EINSTEIN, ELSA. Archive of 9 letters, each Signed, "Elsa" or "Ihre Elsa" or "Elsa Einstein," to the wife of Berlin physician Gustav P. Bucky, in German, on Albert Einstein and other mostly personal topics,

Lot: 74 - EVERETT, EDWARD. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned,

EVERETT DISMISSES THE FRACTURE IN THE WANING WHIG PARTY EVERETT, EDWARD. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, entitled "The Baltimore Convention," draft for a newspaper article or speech, proposing the place, date, and candidates for the 1852 Whig

Lot: 75 - FLEURY, ANDRÉ HERCULE DE; CARDINAL. Letter

FLEURY, ANDRÉ HERCULE DE; CARDINAL. Letter Signed, "Le Card. deFleury," to Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de Saint-Simon, in French, denying responsibility for an unspecified action and citing a statement of the King that supports his own view. 3 pages,

Lot: 76 - FRANZ FERDINAND; ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA. Autograph

ARCHDUKE FERDINAND FRANZ FERDINAND; ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA. Autograph Letter Signed, "Franz," to Emperor Wilhelm II, in German, thanking him for splendid hunting parties. 2 pages, 4to, with integral blank; minor inkburn throughout, faint dampstaining at

Lot: 77 - FRANZ JOSEPH I; EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. Letter Signed,

FRANZ JOSEPH I; EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. Letter Signed, to Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, in German, awarding him, for exceptional services as Chief of the General Staff of the armed forces, a Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold and also a Knight

Lot: 78 - FRIEDRICH WILHELM I. Letter Signed, "FrWilhelm,"

FRIEDRICH WILHELM I. Letter Signed, "FrWilhelm," to an unknown recipient of royal descent ("highborn prince"), in German, acknowledging his New Year's greetings and sending his own. 1 1/2 pages, folio, with integral address leaf; loss of 1x4 1/2-inch

Lot: 79 - GARIBALDI, GIUSEPPE. Autograph Letter Signed, "G.

GARIBALDI, GIUSEPPE. Autograph Letter Signed, "G. Garibaldi," to "Kindest Lady," in Italian, arranging a meeting. 1/2 page, 4to; toning overall, folds. Np, 1 May 1854

Lot: 80 - GEHRIG, LOU. Photograph Signed and Inscribed,

"LARRUPIN' LOU" SIGNS GEHRIG, LOU. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "Bobbie / With Kindest Regards / Lou Gehrig / 10/12/31," full-length standing portrait, showing him and Babe Ruth, each wearing the uniform of their respective "barnstorming" team:

Lot: 81 - GEORGE III; KING OF ENGLAND. Partly-printed vellum

GEORGE III; KING OF ENGLAND. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, "GeorgeR," appointing William Price Captain Lieutenant in the army. Countersigned by the Earl of Suffolk. 12x16 inches; some staining at folds, near-complete loss to wax seal. "Court

Lot: 82 - GREELEY, HORACE. Autograph Letter Signed, to

GREELEY, HORACE. Autograph Letter Signed, to Charles Sears, concerning money-making schemes and finances [of the Albany branch of the socialist agricultural colony, the North American Phalanx, headed by Sears]. 3 pages, 8vo, written on a single

Lot: 83 - GREELEY, HORACE. Autograph Letter Signed, to H.S.

"I CAN BE JUST TO JEFFERSON WITHOUT BEING UNJUST TO HAMILTON" GREELEY, HORACE. Autograph Letter Signed, to H.S. Randol, declining to participate in a debate concerning some of the principles of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton except on his

Lot: 84 - GUILBERT, YVETTE. Autograph Letter Signed, to "My

GUILBERT, YVETTE. Autograph Letter Signed, to "My dear Mr. Levysohn," in French, requesting that he insert a note. 1 page, 8vo, "Carlton Hotel" stationery; horizontal fold. London, 7 July no year

Lot: 85 - HERZL, THEODOR. Autograph Letter Signed, "Herzl,"

HERZL, THEODOR. Autograph Letter Signed, "Herzl," to "Dear Friend," in German, arranging a meeting in Vienna for a final farewell and asking if he would be in the [Neue Freie Presse?] editorial office between 1 and 2 o'clock. 1 page, 8vo, with

Lot: 86 - KALAKAUA; KING OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Signature,

KALAKAUA; KING OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Signature, "Kalakaua R.," on a small printed New Year's card, showing a dawning Sun over Earth bearing the year 1875. 2 1/2x4 1/4 inches; remnants of prior mounting at corners verso. Np, [1874]

Lot: 87 - MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS. Partly-printed vellum Document

MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as Superintendant of West Point, graduation diploma for Hugh Whitaker Winslow. Additionally signed by the 12 members of the Academic Board. 21x17 inches; right and lower edges folded back,

Lot: 88 - MORSE, SAMUEL F.B. Autograph Letter Signed, "Sam'l

MORSE, SAMUEL F.B. Autograph Letter Signed, "Sam'l F.B. Morse," to historian Benson John Lossing, mounted at upper edge of title-page of Samuel I. Prime's Life of Samuel F.B. Morse. The letter, agreeing to accept a visitor. 1 page, 8vo, with integral

Lot: 89 - NAPOLÉON. Letter Signed, "Bonaparte," as

NAPOLÉON WRITES DURING THE FIRST ITALIAN CAMPAIGN NAPOLÉON. Letter Signed, "Bonaparte," as Commander in Chief of the Army of Italy, to General Miollio, in French, expressing concern that Miollio's troops might not receive sufficient

Lot: 90 - NAPOLÉON. Endorsement Signed, "Np," approving

BUILDING THE EMPEROR'S GUARD NAPOLÉON. Endorsement Signed, "Np," approving an assignment of men to the Imperial Guard, in French, on a letter from his Minister of War the Duc de Feltre. The letter, Signed, "DucduFeltre," assigning men to the

Lot: 91 - NAPOLÉON. Letter Signed, "Np," to his

WRITTEN A WEEK PRIOR TO SIX DAYS' CAMPAIGN NAPOLÉON. Letter Signed, "Np," to his Minister of War the Duc de Feltre, in French, concerning the disposition of cannons in Grenoble. 1/2 page, small 4to; unobtrusive folds through signature (without

Lot: 92 - (NAPOLÉON.) BEAUHARNAIS, EUGÈNE DE.

(NAPOLÉON.) BEAUHARNAIS, EUGÈNE DE. Letter Signed, "Eugene Napoléon," to the Minister of War, in French, informing him of the new superintendent of Guastalla. 1/2 page, 4to; folds. Mouza, 12 June 1806

Lot: 93 - (NAPOLÉON.) BEAUHARNAIS, HORTENSE DE.

(NAPOLÉON.) BEAUHARNAIS, HORTENSE DE. Autograph Letter Signed, "Hortense," to Mr. Macaire, in French, requesting that he resolve a payment problem caused by a business partner. 1 1/2 pages, 12mo, with integral blank, embossed decorative border;

Lot: 94 - (NAPOLÉON.) BONAPARTE, JOSEPH. Autograph

(NAPOLÉON.) BONAPARTE, JOSEPH. Autograph Letter Signed, to Mr. de Meaux[?], in French, encouraging him to inspire his subordinates to greater victories. 1 page, tall 4to, with integral blank; faint foxing at upper and lower edges, moderate

Lot: 95 - (NAPOLÉON.) BONAPARTE, JÉRÔME.

(NAPOLÉON.) BONAPARTE, JÉRÔME. Letter Signed, "Jerome," as Prince, to Colonel Macors, in French, granting him a pension according to the act of April 11, 1831. 1 page, 4to, "Gouvernement des Invalides" stationery; faint scattered

Lot: 96 - (NAPOLÉON.) NAPOLÉON III. Autograph

(NAPOLÉON.) NAPOLÉON III. Autograph Letter Signed, "Napoléon Luis B," to an unnamed recipient, in French, sending 10 shares of Bank of Vienna stock. 1/2 page, 4to; folds, docketing verso. 'Arenenberg' [Salenstein], 25 August 1834

Lot: 97 - PEDRO I; EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. Document Signed,

PEDRO I; EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. Document Signed, "Imperador P.," as Emperor, in Portuguese, appointing Joaquim Olinto de Carvalho Captain of a cavalry regiment in the militia of Curitiba. 18x14 1/2 inches; some short separations at folds including

Lot: 98 - PEDRO II; EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. Letter Signed,

PEDRO II; EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. Letter Signed, "Imperador," to Teodolfo Mertel ("Most Illustrious and Reverend [Eminence] Cardinal Mertel"), in Portuguese, sending Christmas wishes. 1/2 page, folio, with integral address leaf; tiny tear near signature

Lot: 99 - PERSHING, JOHN J. Autograph Letter Signed,

PERSHING, JOHN J. Autograph Letter Signed, 'Pershing,' to War Department Chief Clerk John C. Scofield ('Dear Scofield'), sending a knife [not present]. 1 page, 8vo, 'War Department' stationery; moderate scattered staining (not affecting signature),

Lot: 100 - PHILIP II; KING OF SPAIN. Letter Signed, "Yo El

THE KING ORDERS A SPEEDY COLLECTION OF TAXES PHILIP II; KING OF SPAIN. Letter Signed, "Yo El Rey," to the Co-Regent of Ronda, in Spanish, encouraging him to expedite the collection of taxes, "because otherwise we will go into default . . . . [W]e

Lot: 101 - RUTH, BABE. Photograph postcard Signed,

RUTH, BABE. Photograph postcard Signed, full-length portrait, showing him in uniform after swinging his bat. Signed in the image, diagonally at upper left. Correspondence side blank. 5 1/2x3 1/2 inches; unusually good condition. Np, nd

Lot: 102 - SCHLIEMANN, HEINRICH. Autograph Letter Signed,

"RECEIVED HERE AS IF I HAD DUG UP THE GREAT LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA" SCHLIEMANN, HEINRICH. Autograph Letter Signed, "HSchliemann," to an unnamed recipient ("Dear Professor"), in German, requesting that he send copies of his work on Troy. 1/2 page,

Lot: 103 - (SCIENTISTS.) Group Photograph Signed, by 8

PROGENITORS OF MANHATTAN PROJECT (SCIENTISTS.) Group Photograph Signed, by 8 members of the executive committee of the National Defense Research Committee, showing each signer seated or standing at a table. Signed in the blank lower margin, below the

Lot: 104 - SPEER, ALBERT. Typed Letter Signed, in German, to

SPEER, ALBERT. Typed Letter Signed, in German, to former Berlin physician Peter A. Bucky ("Dear Mr. Bucky"), in German and English, thanking him for compliments on his book, Recollections, inviting him to Heidelberg on his next visit to Germany to

Lot: 105 - (THREE STOOGES, THE.) Photograph Signed, by each:

(THREE STOOGES, THE.) Photograph Signed, by each: Moe Howard ("Moe"), Jerry Howard ("Curly"), and Larry Fine (in full), and additionally inscribed by Moe: "To our Pal / 'Cliff' / Sincere Good Wishes / and many thanks / for past favors. / Sincerely /

Lot: 106 - TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE. Autograph Letter Signed,

TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE. Autograph Letter Signed, "AdeTocqueville," to "Sir and dear colleague," in French, agreeing to meet Dr. [Herman?] Merivale. 1 page, 8vo; compete vertical separation with minor loss to signature repaired with backing, paper

Lot: 107 - VICTORIA; QUEEN OF ENGLAND. Document Signed,

VICTORIA; QUEEN OF ENGLAND. Document Signed, 'VictoriaReg,' granting William Bovill 'License and Permission to be of Counsel for the Petitioners' concerning the trial of Charles Bowman and John Frederick Bowman. 2 1/2 pages, tall 4to, written on a

Lot: 108 - WALLENBERG, RAOUL. Partly-printed Letter Signed,

"RELEASE HIM . . . FROM THE OBLIGATION OF WEARING THE YELLOW STAR" WALLENBERG, RAOUL. Partly-printed Letter Signed, "RWallenberg," as Secretary of the Royal Swedish Embassy, to the Hungarian National Central Alien Control Office, in Hungarian and

Lot: 109 - WELLINGTON, ARTHUR WELLESLEY; 1ST DUKE. Fragment

SIGNED WHILE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF BRITISH ARMY WELLINGTON, ARTHUR WELLESLEY; 1ST DUKE. Fragment of a partly-printed Document Signed, "Wellington," as Master General of the Ordnance, probably a commission, including only the lower portion.

Lot: 110 - WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Clipped article

KAISER COMMENTS ON BRITISH ARTICLE ABOUT GERMAN-BRITISH RELATIONS WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Clipped article from the London Westminster Gazette with several holograph underlines and annotations, and a 14-line Autograph Note Signed, "Wilhelm R,"

Lot: 111 - WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Two Autograph

"I HAVE ALWAYS CONSIDERED ENGLAND A FOE" WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "Wilhelm / I.R.," as Emperor, to General Director of the Hamburg America Line Albert Ballin, in German, in pencil. The first, reporting on terms of

Lot: 112 - WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Letter Signed,

KAISER AWARDS ORDER OF MERIT TO CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE ARMED FORCES WILHELM II; EMPEROR OF GERMANY. Letter Signed, "Wilhelm R.," as Emperor, to Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, in German, awarding him the Order of Merit of the

Lot: 113 - WILLIAM IV; KING OF ENGLAND. Two Autograph Letters

WILLIAM IV; KING OF ENGLAND. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "WilliamP," as Prince, each to "Dear Madam." The first, thanking her for congratulations upon his appointment to the office of Lord High Admiral. The second, explaining that he cannot make

Lot: 114 - WILLIAM IV; KING OF ENGLAND. Partly-printed vellum

WILLIAM IV; KING OF ENGLAND. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, "WilliamR," as King, appointing James Ormsby to have the local rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Countersigned by Home Secretary Robert Peel. 12x15 3/4 inches; folds, minor scattered

Lot: 115 - WINDSOR, EDWARD; DUKE OF. A King's Story. Signed,

WINDSOR, EDWARD; DUKE OF. A King's Story. Signed, "Edward," on the limitation page. Small 4to, publisher's calf, minor rubbing and soiling to spine; slipcase rubbed at edges, faint scattered staining. 342 of 385 signed and numbered copies. New York,

Lot: 116 - WINDSOR, WALLIS SIMPSON; DUCHESS OF. Autograph

WINDSOR, WALLIS SIMPSON; DUCHESS OF. Autograph Letter Signed, 'Wallis / Duchess of Windsor,' to Chairman of Zenith Radio Corporation Hugh Robertson, apologizing for not having sent sooner her thanks for the gift of a record player and radio. 3 pages,

Lot: 117 - (WORLD WAR II.) GAGNON, RENE A.; AND JOHN H.

"MARINES ON MT. SURIBACHI, IWO JIMA, FEB. 23, 1945" (WORLD WAR II.) GAGNON, RENE A.; AND JOHN H. BRADLEY. Poster, a reproduction of Joe Rosenthal's photograph showing the U.S. flag raising on Iwo Jima, Signed by both, middle right. 22x16 inches;

Lot: 118 - (PRESIDENTS--CIVIL WAR--ALBUM.) Album containing

INCLUDES LINCOLN, BOTH ROOSEVELTS, JFK, AND TEN OTHER PRESIDENTS ON SAME PAGE (PRESIDENTS--CIVIL WAR--ALBUM.) Album containing over 130 signatures of mostly Civil War political and military notables, including Abraham Lincoln and nearly his entire

Lot: 119 - ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Letter Signed, as Secretary of

ADAMS RECONSTRUCTS THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Letter Signed, as Secretary of State, to President James Madison, requesting documents to complete George Washington's journal of the proceedings of the 1787

Lot: 120 - ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Partly-printed vellum Document

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, "J.Q. Adams," as President, land deed granting 80 acres in Tallahassee, FL, to Robert Jameson. Countersigned by Commissioner of the General Land Office George Graham. 10x15 1/2 inches; deep

Lot: 121 - ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Partly-printed vellum Document

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, "J.Q. Adams," as President, land deed granting 51 acres in Indiana to Jacob Jones. Countersigned by Commissioner of the General Land Office George Graham. 9 3/4x15 3/4 inches; slight fading

Lot: 122 - ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Clipped Signature, "J.Q.

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Clipped Signature, "J.Q. Adams," on a slip of paper. 2x4 inches; remnants of prior mounting overall verso; matted with a portrait. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 123 - ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Check accomplished and Signed,

ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Check accomplished and Signed, "C AArthur," as Collector of the Port of NY, to John Priestley for $18 drawn on the Nassau Bank. With a two-cent revenue stamp affixed at upper left corner recto additionally dated and Signed, "C A

Lot: 124 - CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph Letter Signed, as

"DO ALL IN YOUR POWER TO PRESERVE THE PEACE OF THE TERRITORY" CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph Letter Signed, as President, to Governor of the Utah Territory Eli Houston Murray, in pencil, reprimanding him by stating that his duty is to act to preserve

Lot: 125 - CLEVELAND, GROVER. Two Autograph Letters Signed,

CLEVELAND, GROVER. Two Autograph Letters Signed, to Kit Clarke. The first, requesting that two fishing rods be built to his specifications as soon as possible. 1 1/2 pages, 8vo, "Gray Gables" embossed stationery, with integral blank. The second,

Lot: 126 - CLEVELAND, GROVER. Signature, on a manuscript

CLEVELAND, GROVER. Signature, on a manuscript draft in another hand of his statement published in the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition exhibit catalogue. The statement, praising Frank Parsons's book, The Story of New Zealand, 1904. 2 pages, 4to,

Lot: 127 - COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as Vice

"NO ONE KNOWS WHERE THE LATIN QUOTATION ON THE SEAL . . . COMES FROM" COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as Vice President, to William V. Alexander, suggesting that he contact the State Librarian for help in learning the origin of the motto from

Lot: 128 - COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as

COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to U.S. Ambassador to Spain Alexander Pollock Moore, introducing Dr. James Henry Lancashire. 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, with integral blank; faint toning overall, minor staining at lower

Lot: 129 - COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as

COOLIDGE, CALVIN. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Edward J. Blanchard, the caretaker of his estate in Plymouth, VT, requesting news about the farm. 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, with integral blank; horizontal fold. (MRS) Washington, 7

Lot: 130 - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Autograph Letter Signed,

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Autograph Letter Signed, "DDEisenhower / Major Inf.," to former War Department Chief Clerk John C. Scofield ("Dear Mr. Schofield" [sic]), praising his past performance and wishing him luck in future endeavors. 1 page, 6 1/2x3

Lot: 131 - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Crusade in Europe.

WITH THE SIGNED D-DAY ORDER EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Crusade in Europe. Small 4to, publisher's cloth, uncommonly free of wear; slipcase worn. first edition. 113 of 1426 numbered copies with a facsimile of the d-day order signed by Eisenhower. Garden

Lot: 132 - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Autograph Letter Signed, to

THANKS FOR LIKING IKE EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Autograph Letter Signed, to several celebrity supporters, retained draft, expressing gratitude for their support at the Madison Square Garden rally. With a one-page holograph list of the intended celebrity

Lot: 133 - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Photograph Signed and

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "For Dayton Moore / with best wishes from / DwightDEisenhower," showing him standing at a desk addressing the press during a conference. Inscribed on the mat below the image. 7 1/2x9 1/2 inches

Lot: 134 - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Photograph Signed, bust

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Photograph Signed, bust portrait showing him looking into the camera. Signed in the blank lower margin. 10x8 inches. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 135 - FILLMORE, MILLARD. Autograph Letter Signed, as

IN NEW ENGLAND "THERE BREATHES THE TEMPERED SPIRIT OF THE PURITANS" FILLMORE, MILLARD. Autograph Letter Signed, as Representative, to Thomas Fessenden, John A. Underwood, and Samuel Tisdale, praising New England and declining an invitation to an

Lot: 136 - (FIRST LADIES.) Group of 8 items Signed, or Signed

(FIRST LADIES.) Group of 8 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by wives of 19th- and 20th-century presidents. Format and condition vary. (MRS) Vp, vd

Lot: 137 - GRANT, ULYSSES S. Autograph Letter Signed, "U.S.

GRANT, ULYSSES S. Autograph Letter Signed, "U.S. Grant," as President, to Attorney General Edwards Pierrepont ("Dear Judge"), making recommendations concerning the chief justiceship of Utah. 2 pages, 8vo, written on rectos of two sheets; horizontal

Lot: 138 - GRANT, ULYSSES S. Signature, "U.S. Grant," on a

GRANT, ULYSSES S. Signature, "U.S. Grant," on a visiting card. 2x3 1/2 inches; inlaid. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 139 - HARDING, WARREN G. Two Typed Letters Signed,

HARDING, WARREN G. Two Typed Letters Signed, "WGHarding," as Senator, to Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton. The first, promising to send her the names of the delegates to the State Convention. The second, assuring her that his office could not have been

Lot: 140 - HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. Autograph Letter Signed,

HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. Autograph Letter Signed, "R.B. Hayes," to Mary Buckley ("Dear Miss Buckley"), looking forward to her visit. 1 page, 8vo, with integral blank; paper clip stain at upper edge, horizontal folds. With the original envelope. (MRS)

Lot: 141 - HOOVER, HERBERT. Typed Letter Signed, as Chairman

HOOVER, HERBERT. Typed Letter Signed, as Chairman of the European Relief Council, to Mr. Theodore Vaill, expressing gratitude for his service to the Children's Fund, and explaining that he has no intention to go into business. 1 page, 4to, "European

Lot: 142 - HOOVER, HERBERT. Photograph postcard Signed,

HOOVER'S BIRTHPLACE HOOVER, HERBERT. Photograph postcard Signed, showing a small white house, with the printed caption, "Herbert Hoover Birthplace / West Branch, IA." Signed on the verso, above the typed addressee. 1 page, oblong 12mo; unobtrusive

Lot: 143 - JACKSON, ANDREW. Autograph Note Signed, "A.J.," to

TELL CHEROKEE AGENT: "WE HAVE MADE A TREATY AND WILL FULFILL IT RELIGIOUSLY" JACKSON, ANDREW. Autograph Note Signed, "A.J.," to the Secretary of War [Benjamin F. Butler?], instructing him that the administration must not recognize [John] Ross as an

Lot: 144 - JACKSON, ANDREW. Document Signed, as President,

JACKSON APPOINTS DIRECTOR TO SECOND BANK OF THE UNITED STATES JACKSON, ANDREW. Document Signed, as President, appointing Levi Ellmaker a Director of the Bank of the United States. Countersigned by Secretary of State John Forsyth. 1 page, folio, with

Lot: 145 - JACKSON, ANDREW. Two items, each Signed, "A.J.":

JACKSON, ANDREW. Two items, each Signed, "A.J.": Autograph Letter, to his bank cashier * Autograph Note, to George Thomas Washington Superintendent of Public Buildings. The first, requesting gold in exchange for paper notes. 1 page, 8vo; marked

Lot: 146 - JEFFERSON, THOMAS. Printed Document Signed,

VT: FIRST STATE AFTER COLONIES ADOPTS THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES JEFFERSON, THOMAS. Printed Document Signed, "Th:Jefferson," as Secretary of State, a resolution of the First Congress: "An Act giving Effect to the Laws of the United States within

Lot: 147 - JOHNSON, ANDREW. Signature, as President, on a

JOHNSON, ANDREW. Signature, as President, on a clipped portion of a document, including only a few printed words and the date in an unknown hand. 2x5 inches, pale blue paper; inlaid, horizontal fold. (MRS) Washington, 8 August 1865

Lot: 148 - JOHNSON, ANDREW. Partly-printed Document Signed,

PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES EMPEROR ALEXANDER II OF RUSSIA JOHNSON, ANDREW. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President, authorizing the Secretary of State to affix the Seal of the United States to "the envelope of my letter to the Emperor of Russia." 1

Lot: 149 - JOHNSON, LYNDON B. Typed Document Signed, granting

JOHNSON, LYNDON B. Typed Document Signed, granting permission to Quadrangle Books editor Kalman Seigel to reproduce Johnson's letter on equal employment which appeared in the editorial pages of the June 20, 1962, issue of the New York Times. Signed

Lot: 150 - JOHNSON, LYNDON B. Photograph Signed and

LBJ INSCRIBES TO GOVERNOR OF PA JOHNSON, LYNDON B. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "To / Jim Duff / my friend," bust portrait showing him as a young man in 3/4 view. Inscribed in the image, lower left. 9 1/2x7 inches; some scattered unobtrusive

Lot: 151 - KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. Two letters to photographer

JACKIE WRITES IN WEEKS PRIOR TO JFK ASSASSINATION KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. Two letters to photographer Mark Shaw ("Dear Mark"), each Signed, "Jackie," as First Lady, concerning his photos: Autograph Letter * Typed Letter. The first, praising his

Lot: 152 - KENNEDY, JOHN F. Why England Slept. Signed, "Jack

KENNEDY, JOHN F. Why England Slept. Signed, "Jack Kennedy," on the dedication page. 8vo, publisher's cloth, some dampstaining to spine and front cover, slightly cocked; faint toning to outer edges throughout, owner's inscription on front free

Lot: 153 - KENNEDY, JOHN F. Profiles in Courage. Signed and

KENNEDY, JOHN F. Profiles in Courage. Signed and Inscribed, "To Monsignor Charles D. McInnis / with every good wish / John Kennedy," on the front free endpaper. 8vo, publisher's blue and black cloth; dust jacket chipped at edges, minor scattered

Lot: 154 - KENNEDY, ROBERT. Typed Letter Signed, "Bob," as

"PRESIDENT KENNEDY WOULD HAVE WISHED TO THANK YOU" KENNEDY, ROBERT. Typed Letter Signed, "Bob," as Attorney General, to Francis X. Worthington, thanking him for his service to President Kennedy. 1 page, 4vo, with integral blank, "Attorney General"

Lot: 155 - LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Partly-printed vellum Document

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as President, military commission appointing Lewis T. Barney Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers. Countersigned by Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. 19x15 1/2 inches; all edges folded

Lot: 156 - LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Endorsement Signed, "A.

LINCOLN SIGNS WEEKS BEFORE HIS ASSASSINATION LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Endorsement Signed, "A. Lincoln," as President, "Let him be released on taking the oath of Dec. 8, 1863," on a clipped portion of a letter. The text of the endorsement, in the hand of his

Lot: 157 - LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Clipped Signature, "A. Lincoln,"

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Clipped Signature, "A. Lincoln," mounted to upper edge of Autograph Letter Signed by his son, Robert Todd Lincoln. The clipped signature, likely removed from a check. 1 1/4x2 3/4 inches; faint scattered staining. The letter, to

Lot: 158 - MADISON, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed, as

MADISON REQUESTS COPY OF MONROE-PINCKNEY NEGOTIATIONS FOR CONGRESS MADISON, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed, as Secretary of State, to Daniel Carroll Brent ("Dear Sir"), requesting that he inform [Jacob] Wagner that there has been no communication

Lot: 159 - MADISON, JAMES. Clipped portion of a check dated

MADISON, JAMES. Clipped portion of a check dated and Signed, as President, including only the right half of original document. 2 1/2x3 3/4 inches; cancellation slices with minor loss to text (not affecting signature), faint scattered foxing, remnants

Lot: 160 - MADISON, JAMES. Partly-printed vellum Document

MADISON AND MONROE MADISON, JAMES. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as President, ship's papers for the ship Fame of New York. Countersigned by Secretary of State James Monroe. 15x11 inches, scalloped top edge; folds, faint scattered

Lot: 161 - MCKINLEY, WILLIAM. An Ohio Night: Proceedings of

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM. An Ohio Night: Proceedings of the Ohio Society of New York. Signed, in pencil, on the front free endpaper. Small 4to, wrappers, sewn, worn; minor scattered soiling on preliminaries. (MRS) [New York], (1894); inscription: Np, nd

Lot: 162 - MONROE, JAMES. Partly-printed vellum Document

MONROE, JAMES. Partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as President, land deed granting 160 acres in Arkansas to Reuben Barret. Countersigned by Commissioner Josiah Meigs. 10x13 inches; moderate scattered foxing, folds, docketing on verso, seal

Lot: 163 - REAGAN, RONALD. Signature, on a leaf from a

REAGAN, RONALD. Signature, on a leaf from a printed radio or film script, lower left corner, written vertically. Additionally signed by James Cagney ("JCagney") in middle left margin, written vertically. The script page, a monologue delivered by "The

Lot: 164 - REAGAN, RONALD. An American Life. Signed, on the

REAGAN, RONALD. An American Life. Signed, on the limitation page. Small 4to, full blue morocco lettered in gilt; lacking wooden presentation case and audio cassettes. 158 of 2000 signed and numbered copies. New York, (1990)

Lot: 165 - ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR. Group of 5 letters Signed,

ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR. Group of 5 letters Signed, including Two Autograph Letters and Three Typed Letters, one as First Lady, to various recipients, inviting to Hyde Park, sending a contact at the United Nations, thanking for a gift, etc. Together 7

Lot: 166 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Partly-printed Document

THE ROOSEVELTS WERE READERS ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Partly-printed Document accomplished and Signed, bookseller's postcard order form, ordering three items from Pierce & Scopes in Albany. 1 page, oblong 12mo; cancelled two-cent George Washington stamp

Lot: 167 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to

FDR SEEKS TITLE TO VACATION RETREAT CAMPOBELLO ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to real estate agent Gorham Hubbard, Jr., inquiring about the joint ownership of land on Campobello Island and, in a postscript, asking what has been done to

Lot: 168 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to Mr.

ARE YOU "INFLUENCED BY THE FACT THAT GOVERNOR SMITH IS A CATHOLIC"? ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to Mr. W.H. Higgs, supposing that his decision to vote for Hoover rather than Al Smith in the presidential election is due to a prejudice

Lot: 169 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, to Elmer Mantz, stating that he has conveyed Mantz's suggestion to the Guggenheim Foundation. 1/2 page, 4to, personal stationery; horizontal folds. (MRS) Warm Springs, GA, 30 November 1928

Lot: 170 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, "FDR,"

FDR SEEKS A PLACE FOR A GIRL PATIENT AT HIS WARM SPRINGS POLIO CLINIC ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, "FDR," as Governor, to Warm Springs Business Manager Arthur Carpenter ("Dear Carp"), recommending that a girl about whom the newspapers

Lot: 171 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as Governor, to Samuel H. Tatum, thanking him for sending an editorial and inviting him to visit in April. 1/2 page, 4to, "Executive Chamber" stationery; horizontal folds. With the original envelope. (MRS)

Lot: 172 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as Governor, to Samuel H. Tatum, thanking him for praise for his radio address, and noting that he will attend the Governors' Conference in Richmond, VA, and then go on to Warm Springs. 1 page, 4to,

Lot: 173 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as

FDR WRITES DURING PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN: "MY VOICE IS STILL GOING STRONG" ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as Governor, to Leighton Shields, thanking him for his praise and suggestions. 1 page, 4to, "Executive Mansion" stationery; faint

Lot: 174 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as

PUNCH CARD INDEX: PRECURSOR TO LINKEDIN ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Director of the National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel Leonard Carmichael, concerning a punch-card index of American scientists. 1

Lot: 175 - ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Group of three Typed

"GEORGE WASHINGTON HAD THE COURAGE TO ADMIT A SIN," UNLIKE HENRY LUCE ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Group of three Typed Letters Signed, "FDR" or "Franklin DRoosevelt," as President, to journalist Lowell Mellett, concerning Henry R. Luce and other

Lot: 176 - ROOSEVELT, SARA DELANO. Autograph Letter Signed,

FDR'S MOTHER PURCHASES PROPERTY FOR HER SON ROOSEVELT, SARA DELANO. Autograph Letter Signed, "SaraDRoosevelt," to one of the Roosevelt family attorneys John Hackett, sending a check for Franklin's farm [not present]. 1 page, 8vo, "Campobello Island"

Lot: 177 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Two Typed Letters Signed.

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Two Typed Letters Signed. The first, as President of the New York City Board of Police Commissioners, to Archibald Hopkins, expressing delight at his words, adding that "You and I are Americans, at any rate." The second, "T.

Lot: 178 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, as

U.S. PRESIDENT INTRODUCES GOVERNOR OF CANAL ZONE TO PANAMA'S PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to the President of Panama Manuel Amador Guerrero, introducing the Governor of the Canal Zone George W. Davis. 1 1/4 page,

Lot: 179 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Partly-printed Document

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President, appointing James H. Lincoln Postmaster at Franklin Grove, IL. 12 1/2x16 1/2 inches; some fading to signature, folds, minor toning along right edge, some oxidation to foil seal. (MRS)

Lot: 180 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, to Rev.

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, to Rev. William R. Blackie, explaining that it required some years to get used to the idea of direct primaries. 1 page, 8vo, "The Outlook" stationery; moderate soiling at folds. (MRS) New York, 29 November

Lot: 181 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Group of three Typed Letters

"WE HAVE SOME BAD POLITICIANS . . . THE SCOUNDRELS OF THE PRESS ARE . . . WORSE" ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Group of three Typed Letters Signed, to Republican Party Treasurer George R. Sheldon, concerning accusations that Roosevelt requested that railroad

Lot: 182 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, to

BRITAIN IN 1914: "THEY HAD FAILED TO DO WHAT THEY OUGHT TO HAVE DONE" ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, to Harvard historian Robert M. Johnston, sending money to subscribe to his new magazine [not present], and observing the British reaction

Lot: 183 - TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. Three Typed Letters Signed,

TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. Three Typed Letters Signed, "WHTaft." The first, to J.H. Vaill, thanking him for sending an English translation of the Aeneid. 1 page, 8vo, personal stationery, with integral blank; minor smudge to signature. The second, to "My

Lot: 184 - TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. Two Typed Letters Signed,

TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. Two Typed Letters Signed, "WHTaft," as Chief Justice of the United States. The first, to Vice President of the Society of the Cincinnati Samuel S. Dannis, declining to address the Society on February 22. The second, to

Lot: 185 - TRUMAN, HARRY S. Typed Letter Signed, as

"THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH [IS CONVERTING] FROM A WARTIME TO A PEACETIME BASIS" TRUMAN, HARRY S. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to President of the National Federation of Federal Employees Luther Corwin Steward, declining to attend the 30th

Lot: 186 - TRUMAN, HARRY S. Signature and date, on a small

TRUMAN, HARRY S. Signature and date, on a small card below the printed text, "I am pleased to comply with your request for an autograph." 1/2 page, oblong 12mo. With the original envelope. (MRS) Np, 2 January 1968

Lot: 187 - TYLER, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as

TYLER, JOHN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President, appointing David C. Judson Customs Collector for Oswegatchie and Revenue Inspector for Ogdensburg in NY. Countersigned by Secretary of the Treasury Geroge M. Bibb. 11x15 1/2 inches; minor

Lot: 188 - VAN BUREN, MARTIN. Partly-printed Document Signed,

VAN BUREN, MARTIN. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President, 4-language ship's papers for the barque President of New Bedford, laden with "Provisions, Stores, and Utensils for a whaling voyage." Countersigned by Secretary of State John Forsyth.

Lot: 189 - WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Partly-printed Document

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Partly-printed Document Signed, "G:Washington," a lottery ticket, number 92, for the Mountain Road Lottery. 1 1/2x4 3/4 inches; complete separations at vertical folds repaired with tissue verso, vertical fold through last "g" of

Lot: 190 - WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Autograph Manuscript,

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, 15-word annotation clipped from a slip of paper: "These are Copies / of Letters from / Hanbury, Cary , &c. / & I believe of no use." 2 1/2x3 1/4 inches; at bottom edge is inscribed in unknown hand

Lot: 191 - (WASHINGTON, GEORGE.) SPARKS, JARED. Autograph

WASHINGTON'S BIOGRAPHER SENDS COPIES OF THE FIRST PRESIDENT'S LETTERS (WASHINGTON, GEORGE.) SPARKS, JARED. Autograph Letter Signed, to Louisa Lear Eyre ("My dear Mrs. Eyre"), reporting that he had shipped to her Washington's Letters, explaining that

Lot: 192 - WILSON, WOODROW. Typed Letter Signed, as President

WILSON, WOODROW. Typed Letter Signed, as President of Princeton University, to George B. Kinkhead, conveying a suggestion about how to best to utilize his gift to Princeton University. 1 page, 4to, "President's Room" stationery; faint toning at

Lot: 193 - (PRESIDENTS.) Group of 3 partly-printed vellum

(PRESIDENTS.) Group of 3 partly-printed vellum Documents Signed, each by a President, as President: Benjamin Harrison * Grover Cleveland * Theodore Roosevelt. Each appointing George Holcomb Barber Surgeon in the Navy. Each countersigned by Secretary

Lot: 194 - (PRESIDENTS.) Group of 15 items Signed.

(PRESIDENTS.) Group of 15 items Signed. Format and condition vary. (MRS) Vp, vd

Lot: 195 - ABT, FRANZ. Group of 4 Autograph Musical

ABT, FRANZ. Group of 4 Autograph Musical Manuscripts Signed, each with holograph lyrics and title, in German, and with a holograph title-page Signed, in German, bound together into a book. The holograph title-page: "Dein Bild / Ged[icht] von Reinhard

Lot: 196 - BARTÓK, BÉLA. Brief Autograph Letter

BARTÓK, BÉLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Mr. Evans," in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, authorizing Mr. Waldbauer to handle the matter of the Hungarian Section on his behalf. 2 3/4x4 1/2 inches. Berlin, 9

Lot: 197 - BERG, ALBAN. Autograph Note, unsigned, to Ludwig

BERG, ALBAN. Autograph Note, unsigned, to Ludwig Münz, in German, on his printed visiting card, thanking him for his congratulations and sending best wishes. With the original envelope, partly addressed in his hand. 2 1/2x4 inches. Vienna, 15

Lot: 198 - BERNSTEIN, LEONARD. Two items: Photograph Signed

BERNSTEIN, LEONARD. Two items: Photograph Signed and Inscribed * Academy of Music 104th Anniversary Ball menu Signed. The photograph, bust portrait by Vandamm, showing him in profile: "For The Laceys / Leonard Bernstein." Inscribed in the blank

Lot: 199 - BIZET, GEORGES. Autograph Note, unsigned, to an

BIZET, GEORGES. Autograph Note, unsigned, to an unnamed recipient, in French, on his printed visiting card: "With affectionate congratulations." 2 1/4x3 3/4 inches; remnants of prior mounting at upper edge verso. Np, nd

Lot: 200 - BRITTEN, BENJAMIN; AND PETER PEARS. Armenian

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN; AND PETER PEARS. Armenian Holiday: August 1965. Signed, by both, on preface page. 38 pages, 8vo, stiff printed wrappers; faint scattered soiling to signature page. one of 100 signed and numbered copies. Colchester, 1965;

Lot: 201 - DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. Autograph Note Signed, "C.D," in

DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. Autograph Note Signed, "C.D," in French, on his printed visiting card: "Here, my dear Abel! / and all my friendship." 1 3/4x3 3/4 inches; faint scattered soiling. Np, nd

Lot: 202 - DELIBES, LÉO. Autograph Note Signed, to "Mon

DELIBES, LÉO. Autograph Note Signed, to "Mon cher Laposata[?]," in French, requesting admission for this evening, with a postscript additionally Signed, "L. Delibes," requesting a change, written diagonally at upper right. 1 page, 8vo,

Lot: 203 - FAURÉ, GABRIEL. Autograph Note Signed, to

FAURÉ, GABRIEL. Autograph Note Signed, to "dear Mr. Pasés[?]," in French, on the recto and verso of his printed visiting card, sending congratulations during his absence from Paris. 2 pages, 2x3 3/4 inches. Np, nd

Lot: 204 - GOETZ, HERMANN. Autograph Note Signed, "Hermann

GOETZ, HERMANN. Autograph Note Signed, "Hermann Goetz u. Frau," to an unnamed recipient, in German, on a small card with mourning border: "The warmest sympathy for your painful loss." 2x3 1/2 inches; faint scattered foxing. "Hottingen" [Zürich],

Lot: 205 - GOLDMARK, KARL. Autograph Note Signed, "Goldmark,"

GOLDMARK, KARL. Autograph Note Signed, "Goldmark," to Stage Director of Rome's Apollo Theater Guglielmo Canori ("Dear Friend Canori"), in Italian, in purple ink, on the recto and verso of his printed visiting card, informing him that Goldmark will

Lot: 206 - GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU. Autograph Musical

GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed and Inscribed, "Fragment of the 'Danse des Ombres' / to Mister Grask / . . . L.M. Gottschalk," in French, 17 bars notated on treble and bass clefs on three printed staves. 6x9 inches; faint

Lot: 207 - GOUNOD, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, "Ch.

GOUNOD, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, "Ch. Gounod," to "My dear Judin," in French, stating that he has been unable to attend the last lecture or take up any work, stating that he expects to assume his responsibilities on the first of next month,

Lot: 208 - GOUNOD, CHARLES. Photograph Signed and Inscribed:

GOUNOD, CHARLES. Photograph Signed and Inscribed: 'To the charming Baucis / Sigrid Arnoldson Fischhof / who does not have to become / beautiful / Ch. Gounod,' in French, cabinet card bust portrait by London Stereoscopic, showing him looking into the

Lot: 209 - GRIEG, EDVARD. Autograph Note Signed,

GRIEG, EDVARD. Autograph Note Signed, "Edvg.," to "Dear Sir," in French, on the verso of his printed visiting card, thanking him for an invitation, and reporting that he is obligated to decline because he must leave tomorrow for Naples. 2

Lot: 210 - HERBERT, VICTOR. Autograph Musical Quotation

HERBERT, VICTOR. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed and Inscribed, "Sincerely Yours," 8 bars from his Fortune-Teller, on the verso of his printed visiting card. 1 1/2x3 inches; minor scattered soiling on printed side. Np, March 1899

Lot: 211 - HUMPERDINCK, ENGELBERT. Autograph Letter Signed,

HUMPERDINCK, ENGELBERT. Autograph Letter Signed, "EHumperdinck," to "Dear Doctor," in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, introducing his student Franz Rösler and requesting that he advise him during his stay in Rome. 1 page, 1

Lot: 212 - KORNGOLD, ERICH WOLFGANG. Autograph Note Signed,

KORNGOLD, ERICH WOLFGANG. Autograph Note Signed, "EWK," in German, on his printed visiting card, sending thanks to Dr. Goldstein[?]. 2 1/2x4 inches. Np, 20 February 1915

Lot: 213 - LEONCAVALLO, RUGGIERO. Autograph Note Signed, "R.

LEONCAVALLO, RUGGIERO. Autograph Note Signed, "R. Leoncavallo," to "Dear Sir," in Italian, on his printed visiting card, informing him that his seat is reserved. 2 1/4x3 1/2 inches. Np, nd

Lot: 214 - LISZT, FRANZ. Autograph Note Signed, "FLiszt," in

LISZT, FRANZ. Autograph Note Signed, "FLiszt," in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, accepting an invitation. 2 3/4x4 inches. Np, after 1865

Lot: 215 - LÉHAR, FRANZ. Two items: Photograph Signed *

LÉHAR, FRANZ. Two items: Photograph Signed * Autograph Letter Signed. The photograph, bust portrait by Pleyer, showing him looking into the camera. Signed in the blank lower margin. 4 3/4x3 3/4 inches (image), 5 3/4x4 inches overall. The letter,

Lot: 216 - MAHLER, GUSTAV. Autograph Note Signed, "Mahler,"

MAHLER, GUSTAV. Autograph Note Signed, "Mahler," to "Dear Director," in German, on recto and verso of his printed visiting card, sending a group of manuscripts [not present] and requesting their return by Tuesday. 1 3/4x4 inches. Np, nd

Lot: 217 - MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. Photograph Signed and

MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "To Marcelle Denya / a souvenir of Rome / G.FrancescoMalipiero," in French, bust portrait, showing him in profile. Inscribed on the mount below the image. 9x6 1/2 inches (image), 13 1/2x9

Lot: 218 - MEDTNER, NIKOLAI. Two items: Photograph Signed and

MEDTNER, NIKOLAI. Two items: Photograph Signed and Inscribed, to pianist Josef Hofmann * Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Dr. Roth." The photograph, "Mr. Josef Hofmann / from his sincerest admirer," in German, seated 1/2-length portrait, showing

Lot: 219 - MESSIAEN, OLIVIER. Photograph Signed and

MESSIAEN, OLIVIER. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "For / Martin / Riskin / very / warmly," in French, bust portrait by Ingi, showing him looking up with arm extended wearing shirt with wide paisley print collar. Inscribed in the blank left margin.

Lot: 220 - OFFENBACH, JACQUES. Autograph Note Signed, to

OFFENBACH, JACQUES. Autograph Note Signed, to 'Dear Sir,' in French, on his printed visiting card, arranging a meeting. 2 1/4x3 3/4 inches; remnants of prior mounting along upper edge verso. Np, 'Wednesday'

Lot: 221 - PATTI, ADELINA. Autograph Quotation Signed, "A.

PATTI, ADELINA. Autograph Quotation Signed, "A. Patti," the words of Franz Liszt: "Music has, like society, its / laws of propriety and etiquette; / and even those to whom / their deeper meaning has / not been revealed, are / bound to respect and /

Lot: 222 - PATTI, ADELINA. Two Autograph Letters Signed,

PATTI, ADELINA. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "Adelina Patti Nicolini." The first, to "Dear Lady Maud," thanking for sympathy [for loss of husband Ernesto Nicolini]. 3 pages, 8vo, "Craig-Y-Nos Castle" mourning stationery, written on a single folded

Lot: 223 - PUCCINI, GIACOMO. Autograph Letter Signed, to

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Mr. Pallasch," in French, accepting his invitation to [Felix?] Weingartner's concert, if he is still in Vienna. With a postscript, written vertically, requesting 3 invitations. 1 page, 8vo, "Hotel

Lot: 224 - PUCCINI, GIACOMO. Photograph Postcard Inscribed

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. Photograph Postcard Inscribed and Signed, "G.P.," sending kisses to his wife Elvira and confirming safe arrival, in Italian, bust portrait showing him in 3/4-view. Addressed in holograph to his wife, verso. 12mo; faint scattered

Lot: 225 - RACHMANINOFF, SERGEI. Autograph Musical Quotation

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEI. Autograph Musical Quotation dated and Signed, two bars from his Prelude in C sharp minor. 6 1/4x5 1/4 inches; evenly toned. Np, 1 February 1919

Lot: 226 - RACHMANINOFF, SERGEI. Photograph Signed and

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEI. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, "To Mrs. R.E. Yarnale[?] / S. Rachmaninoff / 1927," bust portrait by Kubey-Rembrandt, showing him in profile while looking down. Inscribed in the image, vertically, lower right. Additionally

Lot: 227 - RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NIKOLAI. Autograph Note,

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NIKOLAI. Autograph Note, unsigned, in French, on his printed visiting card, sending greetings to conductor and composer Alfred Casella. 2x3 1/2 inches; remnants of prior mounting at upper edge verso. Saint Petersburg, 26 May 1908

Lot: 228 - RUBINSTEIN, ANTON. Autograph Note Signed, "Ant.

RUBINSTEIN, ANTON. Autograph Note Signed, "Ant. Rubinstein," to "Dear Schulhoff," in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, introducing his best pupil. 2 1/2x4 inches. Np, nd

Lot: 229 - SCHUMANN, CLARA. Autograph Letter Signed, to

"I SELECT . . . THE CONCERT STÜCK OF WEBER" SCHUMANN, CLARA. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Sir," in English, agreeing to perform for the Society of Female Musicians and indicating her choice of music. 2 1/2 pages, 12mo, written on a singled

Lot: 230 - SCHUMANN, CLARA. Autograph Note, unsigned, to

SCHUMANN, CLARA. Autograph Note, unsigned, to "Dear Miss," in German, on the recto and verso of her printed visiting card, inviting her to a private party at the Crystal Palace. 2x3 1/2 inches. Frankfurt [a.M.], 25 April 1882

Lot: 231 - SCHUMANN, ROBERT. Autograph Note Signed, "R.

SCHUMANN, ROBERT. Autograph Note Signed, "R. Schumann," to music writer and musician August Schmidt, in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, introducing a musician visiting from Amsterdam. 1 3/4x3 inches; "64" written in unknown hand at

Lot: 232 - SCHÖNBERG, ARNOLD. Autograph Note Signed, to

"I REALLY DON'T CARE . . . FOR OPERETTAS" SCHÖNBERG, ARNOLD. Autograph Note Signed, to "Dear Sir," in German, on the verso of his printed visiting card, declining to give a statement on operettas. 2 1/2x4 inches; faint scattered staining on

Lot: 233 - STRAUSS, JOHANN EDUARD. Photograph dated and

STRAUSS, JOHANN EDUARD. Photograph dated and Signed, "JohannStraussjun," with an Autograph Musical Quotation. The photograph, 3/4-length standing portrait by Scolik, showing him in uniform. Inscribed in the blank lower margin. The quotation, 5 bars

Lot: 234 - STRAUSS, JOHANN. Autograph Note Signed,

STRAUSS, JOHANN. Autograph Note Signed, "Strauss," to "You and your dear wife," in German, on the recto and verso of his printed visiting card, expressing sympathy for their great loss. 2 1/2x4 inches. Quedlinburg, 12 August 1900

Lot: 235 - STRAUSS, RICHARD. Photograph dated and Signed,

STRAUSS, RICHARD. Photograph dated and Signed, cabinet card 1/2-length portrait by Meyer, showing him in 3/4 view wearing tuxedo. Inscribed on the mount below the image. 5 3/4x4 inches (image), 6 1/2x4 1/4 inches overall; "1900" blind stamped at

Lot: 236 - STRAUSS, RICHARD. Autograph Note, unsigned, to

STRAUSS, RICHARD. Autograph Note, unsigned, to 'Dear Mr. Göttmann,' in German, on the recto and verso of his printed visiting card, requesting that he advise a former student of Stern Conservatory. 1 1/2x3 1/2 inches. Np, nd

Lot: 237 - STRAVINSKY, IGOR. Shellac record Signed and

STRAVINSKY, IGOR. Shellac record Signed and Inscribed, in Russian and English, in white ink, on the label for the first part of his Suite No. 2 for small orchestra, Columbia recording from 1928 with Gabriel Pierné conducting the Colonne

Lot: 238 - VARÈSE, EDGARD. Two Autograph Postcards

VARÈSE, EDGARD. Two Autograph Postcards Signed, in full or 'Varèse,' each to writer Monroe Stearns, in English. The first, thanking for a gift. The second, sending Christmas greetings. The verso, showing image of Grote Berg. Additionally,

Lot: 239 - VERDI, GIUSEPPE. Autograph Note, unsigned, to

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. Autograph Note, unsigned, to "Paigetta," in Italian, on his printed visiting card, sending him thousands of thank yous and wishing him good health. 2 1/4x4 inches. Milan, [1887?]

Lot: 240 - WILLIAMS, RALPH VAUGHAN. Document dated and

WILLIAMS, RALPH VAUGHAN. Document dated and Signed, receipt to music publishers Stainer & Bell for royalties paid on his "Come Away Death" in the amount of £5.5.0. Signed across a one penny revenue stamp. 1/2 page, 4to, "Stainer & Bell, Ltd."

Lot: 241 - (ALBUM--JOHN RUSKIN.) John Ruskin; Maud A.

INCLUDES AQS BY OSCAR WILDE: "ONLY THE BEAUTIFUL IS TRUE" (ALBUM--JOHN RUSKIN.) John Ruskin; Maud A. Bateman; and Grace Allen. Ruskin Birthday Book. Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by over 80 mostly British authors, artists, statesmen, actors, etc.,

Lot: 242 - ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. Brief Autograph Letter

ANDERSEN WRITES IN ENGLISH IN THE YEAR OF HIS DEATH ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to the PA Evening Bulletin editor Gibson Peacock, in English, thanking him for his kindness, on the verso of a cabinet card photograph,

Lot: 243 - BECKETT, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter, unsigned, to

"THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE TAKING ON 'NOT I'. IT IS FIENDISHLY DIFFICULT" BECKETT, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter, unsigned, to Richard S. Bailey ("Dear Richard"), listing his current theatrical projects, giving permission to include certain changes in

Lot: 244 - BLANC, LOUIS. Two Autograph Letters Signed.

BLANC, LOUIS. Two Autograph Letters Signed. The first, in French, to historian Edgar Quinet, inviting him to a meeting on March 1 concerning the saving of the Republic of France. 2 pages, 12mo, written on the recto and verso of a single sheet. The

Lot: 245 - BYRON, ANNE ISABELLA MILBANKE; LADY. Autograph

LADY BYRON BYRON, ANNE ISABELLA MILBANKE; LADY. Autograph Letter Signed, "AI. NoelByron," to "Dear Sir," declining the offer of services because of insufficient experience. 2 pages, 8vo, written on the recto and verso of a single sheet; ink

Lot: 246 - (BYRON, GEORGE GORDON NOEL; LORD.) ZAMBELLI,

LORD BYRON'S SECRETARY STRAIGHTENS OUT BOSS'S MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION (BYRON, GEORGE GORDON NOEL; LORD.) ZAMBELLI, ANTONIO LEGA. Autograph Letter Signed, "The Secretary of the Noble Lord Byron / Ant'o Lega Zambelli," to Mr. Galignani, in Italian,

Lot: 247 - COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR. Autograph Manuscript

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR. Autograph Manuscript Signed, "S.T. Coleridge," in pencil, notes concerning a book, written on a leaf probably removed from a copy of the same work. A note, in unknown hand and in pencil, written at lower edge recto,

Lot: 248 - CUMMINGS, E.E. Typed Letter Signed, "E.E.C's," to

CUMMINGS, E.E. Typed Letter Signed, "E.E.C's," to writer Monroe Stearns ("Dear Mr. Stearns"), supporting the intention of friends to help a young writer. 1/2 page, 4to; minor loss at lower right edge on fold, short closed tear at lower edge, toning

Lot: 249 - DICKENS, CHARLES. Check accomplished and Signed,

DICKENS PAYS PEW RENT TO LONDON CHURCH DICKENS, CHARLES. Check accomplished and Signed, to "Pew Rent" in the amount of £10.10.0. 3x7 1/2 inches; two ink cancellation lines touching signature, tiny hole near left edge, blind revenue stamp near

Lot: 250 - DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. The Game of Logic.

LEWIS CARROLL INSCRIBES BOOK TO HIS NEPHEW DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. The Game of Logic. Inscribed to his nephew, on the half-title: "Bertram J. Collingwood / with the Author's love / Mar. / 87," in purple ink, unsigned. 8vo, publisher's red cloth,

Lot: 251 - DOS PASSOS, JOHN. Archive of 12 letters, each

DOS PASSOS, JOHN. Archive of 12 letters, each Signed, "Dos," to writer and publisher Monroe Stearns, several concerning The Great Days and other projects, including 7 Autograph Letters, 3 Typed Letters, and Two Autograph Postcards. Together 15 pages,

Lot: 252 - HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. Autograph Letter Signed,

"I ALWAYS FEEL A LITTLE INSECURE WHEN I AM MADE THE SUBJECT OF CRITICISM" HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. Autograph Letter Signed, 'OWHolmes,' to 'My dear Mrs. Smith,' responding to criticism, with a postscript, remarking that the letter is private and not

Lot: 253 - HUGHES, TED. Group of 3 of his books, each

HUGHES, TED. Group of 3 of his books, each Inscribed and Signed, "Ted," on the front free endpaper: Crow * The Tiger's Bones * Gaudete. The first, "For Stephanie and Jimmy / after the black-out / under the blazing-down / from Ted / 15 July 1977."

Lot: 254 - HUGO, VICTOR. Autograph Letter Signed, "VM. Hugo,"

HUGO, VICTOR. Autograph Letter Signed, "VM. Hugo," to "Sir," in French, replying to a request to interpret three poems. 1 page, 8vo; folds. (MRS) Np, nd

Lot: 255 - MISTRAL, FRÉDÉRIC. Autograph Letter

MISTRAL, FRÉDÉRIC. Autograph Letter Signed, 'F. Mistral,' to an unnamed poet ('My dear friend'), in French, inviting him to visit. 3 pages, square 8vo, written on a single folded sheet; faint scattered foxing. Maillane, 13 September 1902

Lot: 256 - RUSKIN, JOHN; AND JOHN H. HILL. Watercolor

AUTUMN ON LAKE GEORGE RUSKIN, JOHN; AND JOHN H. HILL. Watercolor landscape by Hill, Signed and Inscribed by both, in blank lower margin. 4 1/4x6 1/4 inches (image), 6x8 3/4 inches overall; faint marginal discoloration from prior matting, some

Lot: 257 - SALINGER, J.D. Autograph Letter Signed, "Jerry,"

SALINGER, J.D. Autograph Letter Signed, "Jerry," to Mrs. Howard Clow ("Dear Olga"), offering consolation upon the death of her husband. 2 pages, 8vo, "Writers' Manor Hotel" stationery, written on two sheets; minor scattered smudging to text,

Lot: 258 - SCOTT, WALTER. Autograph Letter Signed, to James

SCOTT, WALTER. Autograph Letter Signed, to James Nairne, requesting that he check for errors in the work Scott did for the Ardwalls, and promising to give him a copy of "Auld Robin Gray" if he can find one. Written in the blank margins above and

Lot: 259 - SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. Autograph Letter Signed, "G.

"YOU INSULT ME--A PLAYWRIGHT--BY SAYING THE PASSAGE SHOCKS YOU 'IN A PLAY'" SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. Autograph Letter Signed, "G. Bernard Shaw," to Lady [Constance?] Leslie, responding to her critique of his play [Major Barbara?]. Additionally signed

Lot: 260 - TWAIN, MARK. Autograph Manuscript Signed, draft of

HOLOGRAPH TITLE-PAGE FOR AN ABANDONED WORK TWAIN, MARK. Autograph Manuscript Signed, draft of a title-page for Appendix to 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court', including an indicator of where the price should be located, an explanatory note

Lot: 261 - TWAIN, MARK. What is Man? Inscribed and Signed,

TWAIN INSCRIBES TO WIFE OF HIS PUBLISHER: FRANK NELSON DOUBLEDAY TWAIN, MARK. What is Man? Inscribed and Signed, "SL. Clemens," on the front pastedown, to the wife of Frank N. Doubleday. 4to, original boards, rebacked with new leather spine label,

Lot: 262 - TWAIN, MARK. Autograph inscription Signed,

TWAIN, MARK. Autograph inscription Signed, "YrsTruly / Samuel L. Clemens / Mark Twain," on a slip of paper. 2 1/4x4 inches, ruled paper; mounted to larger sheet. Np, nd

Lot: 263 - VERNE, JULES. Autograph Letter Signed, to

"I WILL MODIFY WHAT YOU INDICATE IN THE CHARACTER OF GODFREY" VERNE, JULES. Autograph Letter Signed, to publisher Pierre-Jules Hetzel ("My dear Hetzel"), in French, agreeing to make plot changes to his story, Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery

Lot: 264 - VERNE, JULES. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

"SPHINX OF ICE . . . IS THE CONTINUATION OF THE ADVENTURES OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM" VERNE, JULES. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Sir," in French, listing his works recently completed or in prospect, including An Antarctic Mystery. 1 page, 12mo, with

Lot: 265 - VERNE, JULES. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, to

VERNE, JULES. Photograph Signed and Inscribed, to Dudley Payne Lewis, in French, cabinet card bust portrait by Nadar, showing him in profile. Inscribed on the mount below the image. 5 1/4x4 inches (image), 6x4 inches overall; abrasions and remnants

Lot: 266 - WODEHOUSE, P.G. Group of 9 items Signed, "P.G.

WODEHOUSE, P.G. Group of 9 items Signed, "P.G. Wodehouse": 8 Typed Letters * Autograph Note. Together 9 pages, 8vo or 4to; generally good condition. Vp, 1930-75

Lot: 267 - ZOLA, ÉMILE. Autograph Letter Signed, "Z," to

ZOLA WRITES DURING ENGLISH EXILE IN MONTHS FOLLOWING "J'ACCUSE...!" ZOLA, ÉMILE. Autograph Letter Signed, "Z," to "My dear colleague," in French, reporting his travel plans and arranging a meeting. 1 page, 8vo; faint even toning, horizontal

Lot: 268 - ZWEIG, STEFAN. Typed Postcard Signed, to Berliner

ZWEIG, STEFAN. Typed Postcard Signed, to Berliner Tageblatt Editor Walter Zadek, in German, explaining that nothing appropriate comes to mind, adding that it would only be necessary to see what others have written to get the idea, and noting that he

Lot: 269 - ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Mr. Sowig[?]," in German, expressing happiness that he is free to begin a project that would certainly be successful, reporting that he would be coming to Rio next week, and leaving instructions for

Lot: 270 - ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

ZWEIG WONDERS WHETHER BOMBS MIGHT DESTROY HIS ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT BY VERLAINE ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Sir," in French, in purple ink, thanking for gifts of books by Verlaine and Shakespeare translated into Portuguese, and

Lot: 271 - ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear

"PEOPLE ARE OPPRESSED BY MONEY (OR RATHER BY THE FEAR FOR THEIR MONEY)" ZWEIG, STEFAN. Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Miss," in French, sending Christmas wishes, remarking that he enjoys the solitude provided by his books, noting that he has

Lot: 272 - ADDAMS, CHARLES. Ink and wash drawing Signed,

MORTICIA LOOKING GLOOMY ADDAMS, CHARLES. Ink and wash drawing Signed, "Chas / Addams" at lower right, and Inscribed, "For Louis McRee" at upper center, showing a full-length portrait of the Morticia character from his Addams Family cartoon. 9 1/2x7

Lot: 273 - BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Madeline. Ink drawing Signed

BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Madeline. Ink drawing Signed and Inscribed, "for Judy," on the front blank facing title-page, in green ink. The drawing, showing Madeline behind a table writing. 4to, re-cased with original pictorial boards, edges worn, scattered

Lot: 274 - GEISEL, THEODORE ("DR. SEUSS"). Two items, each

GEISEL, THEODORE ("DR. SEUSS"). Two items, each Inscribed and Signed, "Dr. Seuss," to Tom Stanford: U.S. War Bonds poster * Autograph Note. The poster, "With Best Wishes," showing reproductions of two Dr. Seuss creatures happily munching dollars on

Lot: 275 - KOLLWITZ, KÄTHE. Autograph Postcard Signed,

"IT WOULD BE BAD IF THIS [ZIONIST] MOVEMENT WOULD FAIL" KOLLWITZ, KÄTHE. Autograph Postcard Signed, twice, "K Kollwitz" or "Kollwitz," to Lili Zadek-Popper, in German, expressing her view about the news suggesting that Zionism has failed, and

Lot: 276 - MONET, CLAUDE. Autograph Letter Signed, to friend

BASTILLE DAY: "COME . . . SEE THE GARDEN RESPLENDENT WITH FLOWERS" MONET, CLAUDE. Autograph Letter Signed, to friend and art critic Gustave Geffroy, in French, in purple ink, inviting him to visit and see his garden. 1 page, 8vo, with integral blank,

Lot: 277 - MUNCH, EDVARD. Autograph Letter Signed, to Judge

MUNCH, EDVARD. Autograph Letter Signed, to Judge J. Roede, in Danish, stating that his handyman will assist in his painting, but he is no longer to care for his garden's fruit trees or flowers, and adding that he is no longer growing any vegetables

Lot: 278 - PICASSO, PABLO. Signature and date, "Picasso / le

PICASSO, PABLO. Signature and date, "Picasso / le 26.9.52," on a reproduction of his "Pipes of Pan." Inscribed at upper left on image side of unaccomplished postcard. 1 page, oblong 16mo. Np, 26 September 1952

Lot: 279 - PISSARRO, CAMILLE. Autograph Letter Signed, "C.

"EFFECTS THAT COME WITH A LITTLE SUNSHINE ARE THE SLOWEST TO GET DONE" PISSARRO, CAMILLE. Autograph Letter Signed, "C. Pissarro," to his wife ("My dear Julie"), in French, reporting on his health and the pace of his painting. 2 pages, 12mo, written

Lot: 280 - RODIN, AUGUST. Letter Signed, "A Rodin," to

WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO "MY BURGHERS OF CALAIS"? RODIN, AUGUST. Letter Signed, "A Rodin," to [Paul?] Nocquet ("Dear Sir"), in French, seeking news about the disposition of his sculpture, The Burghers of Calais. 2 pages, 8vo, personal stationery;

Lot: 281 - SAXON, CHARLES. Honesty is One of the Better

SAXON, CHARLES. Honesty is One of the Better Policies. Ink drawing, Inscribed and Signed, "Chuck," on front free endpaper. 8vo, cloth, small abrasion to front cover. The drawing, showing a golf cart driver wearing a Native American headdress, while a

Lot: 282 - VERNET, HORACE. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "H

VERNET, HORACE. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "H Vernet," to different recipients on various topics, in French. The first, to a married woman, thanking for a gift. 1 page, 12mo, mourning stationery, with integral blank. The second, to the Director of

Lot: 283 - WARHOL, ANDY. Andy Warhol's Exposures. Signed and

WARHOL, ANDY. Andy Warhol's Exposures. Signed and Inscribed, "to leo," on the half-title, and additionally Signed on dust jacket front panel. With two small ink drawings, broken heart-shaped doodles at upper right and lower left on half-title. 4to,

Lot: 284 - WARHOL, ANDY; AND TRUMAN CAPOTE. Complete copy of

WARHOL, ANDY; AND TRUMAN CAPOTE. Complete copy of Interview magazine, Signed by both on front cover, July 1979 issue featuring portrait of Vitas Gerulaitis. Warhol signed vertically and sketched a small "broken heart" at left edge . Capote at lower

Lot: 285 - WYETH, ANDREW. Two Autograph Letters Signed,

WYETH, ANDREW. Two Autograph Letters Signed, "Andy," each to "Dear Leonard." The first, accepting an invitation to a Philosophical Society meeting, and conveying plans to visit the ME coast next week. The second, explaining that painting will keep

Lot: 286 - (ARTISTS.) YEATS, JOHN BUTLER; AND JOHN SLOAN. Two

(ARTISTS.) YEATS, JOHN BUTLER; AND JOHN SLOAN. Two letters, each to Art Students' League Secretary Dorothea K. Chace: John Butler Yeats. Illustrated Autograph Letter Signed, "J B Yeats" * John Sloan. Autograph Letter Signed. The first, acknowledging




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