One autograph book, bound in red cloth, measuring 8 1/4 inches high by 7 1/2 inches wide. Slightly warped due to the ephemera within, as well as some slight wear. Contains a multitude of signatures, photos, and newspaper clippings. Some of the contents include the autographs of: Robert Wagner, Liselotte Schreiner, Claus Hofer, Maria Wimmer, Werner Hinz, Ehmi Bessel, Mathies Wieman, Paul Wegener, Gustav Knutn, Werner Hinz, Walter Franck, Hannsgeorg Laubenthel, Gustav Grundens, Paul Hartmann, Paul Harbiger, Albert Florath, Kathe Gold, Marianne Hoppe, Paul Hartmann. SF consignment; SEE ALL 6 IMAGES FOR DETAILS. SOME ECOMMERCE SITES HAVE IMAGE CAPS, SO IF YOU DON'T SEE ALL 6 IMAGES, CONTACT SELLER FOR MORE INFORMATION NOTE: Shelved in middle room, in Upstairs offices area.
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1881. 6 page autograph letter signed by a William to Bram Stoker, one leaf measuring approximately 10x8 inches with three creases and one measuring approximately 5x8 inches with two creases; small amount of wear to extremities, creases; With original envelope, opened at the top and sides, addressed to Bram Stoker at the Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London, with a one penny stamp and a hand-cancel in Dublin, 1881. The envelope has two drawings of birds in black ink next to the address, a note in the upper left corner reading "Re Under the Sunset," a small handwritten note "Arriv'd 11.11.81, " possibly in Stoker's hand.; shelved case 0.
Chicago: 1969. Copy of Chicago Tribune from July 21, 1969 signed in blue pen by Neil Armstrong; The newspaper commemorates the moon landing from the day before; Armstrong's signature appears to the left of the headline "AMERICANS ON MOON!"; Newspaper has been folded in half twice and has creasing; Some wear to the edges, fraying at the far edges; Autograph is clear; Paper is toned as is typical; SG Consign: Shelved case 0.
Washington, D.C. 1850. ALS signed “H. Clay,” one page one side, 7.75 x 9.8 inches, April 25, 1850. With two horizontal folds, upper third separated, lower fold partially separated; VG-; Sent to Thomas B Stevenson Esq.; Text in full: "I received your favor of the 14th instant. In [unknown] to your desire to engage some of the letter writers to write occasionally for your paper, I regret that my acquaintances with that [unknown] of [unknown] is very limited. Mr. J. E. Harvey and Mr. Francis J. Grand stay at the same hotel that I do. The former you know as "Independent" of the [unknown] American, and I presume the later too by reputation. He is admitted to be one of the best letter writers; and he (Mr. Grand) has just now taken a wonderful liking to me. He offered to write for you for nothing, but I told him that would not do, and that you and he must adjust the [unknown] he do. And there I leave it. The rumors so rife of Cabinet changes a week or two ago have ceased, and of present there is no left of any. It is said that the President told the Cabinet that he liked them very much, and they told him that they liked him very much, and so they agreed that they would not dispose that union. Most people believe however that [unknown] long a change will be made. In the meantime there is very little concert + cooperation between the Capital + the White House."; CX consignment; shelved case 0 binder.
New Haven, Connecticut: 1966. One sheet of paper, measuring 7 1/4" x 8 1/2", with the letterhead of Yale University. A TLS signed by William Sloane Coffin Jr, the chaplain of Yale University. It is addressed to Mr. Leon Guterman, President and Publisher of Wisdom Magazine. Paper has some faint creases, where it was folded into an envelope. Lieberman consignment; shelved case 0.
Paris: authors, 1864. First Edition. Oblong thin folio rebound in red cloth with no letters; VG; minimal soiling on boards; strong binding; first three title pages show substantial tearing around edges, some repaired with scotch tape; a couple of pages have offsetting from ink not detrimental to text; engravings and drawings throughout; each page with legends in tight print; pp. 207; the original project was to compile about 1,500 autographs for the bi-monthly magazine; this first volume contains signatures and letters from Louis Napoleon to Alfred de Musset and Lamennais as well as many artists and artistocrats; in French; shelved front table; due to odd size, please contact us for shipping cost.
1875. One piece of paper, measuring approximately 3" x 5". The front is a United States Postal Card, with a stamp marking it as being sent from Massachusetts. The rear contains a handwritten note with a signature at the bottom. Susan Dimock was appointed resident physician of the New England Hospital for Women and Children in 1872, and was the first woman member of the North Carolina Medical Society. She died in 1875, at the age of 28, in the shipwreck of the SS Schiller. Lieberman consignment. Shelved binder case 0.
Montaglona: Privately Published, 1949. First edition. Chapbook with signed postcard; VG; Some rubbing to the edges, light bumping; Corners slightly creased; Postcard and letter in excellent shape with some creasing on upper edge; Postcard signed "H. Hesse" and chapbook initialed H.H.; Very Scarce; 27 pages, letter and postcard. Shelved in Autograph album case 0.
1890. First Edition. Folded letter with envelope, dated June 9th, 1890 from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Miss Katherine Miller in VG- condition; The letter was dictated but the signature is in Holmes' hand. The letter details the lives of mutual friends. There is one small mark on the front and a tipped in small article about Holmes, which has caused some minor glue staining, otherwise in good shape with clear signature. Shelved Case 0. CZ folder.
1867. Slip of paper, approximately 2.5" x 7.5", bearing Benito Juarez's signature. Sheet has one faint vertical crease and a slightly bent corner. Dated August 26, 1867. Paper appears to be clipped from a larger document. Benito Pablo Juárez García served as president of Mexico for five terms. ---L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1861. Slip of paper, approximately 2.5" x 7", bearing the signature of Benito Juárez. Faint soiling to sheet. Adhesive residue to verso. Swooping ink marks to text of paper. Dated September 6, 1861. Paper appears to have been clipped from a larger document. Benito Pablo Juárez García served as president of Mexico for five terms. ---L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1871. Slip of paper, approximately 2.5" x 7.5", bearing Benito Juarez's signature. Two faint vertical creases to sheet and very minor foxing. Spots of adhesive residue to verso. Dated July 20, 1871. Juarez's signature is faint compared to other text on slip. Paper appears to have been clipped from a larger document. Benito Pablo Juárez García served as president of Mexico for five terms. ---L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1936 & 1904. 1 Page TLS From Helen Keller, Forest Hills, NY dated 11/24/1936 to Mrs. Oliver S. Picher, Hubbard Woods, IL. Less that 5 weeks after the death of Keller's teacher Anne Sullivan the letter expresses her grief in the lost and her gratefulness at Picher's support. Signed by Keller (w/possibly her Secretary) in customary block-letter handwriting. ALSO, a 3 page TLS dated 5/20/1904 from Anne Sullivan to Mr. Alexender. The letter expresses Sullivan's gratitude for his visit and gift of flowers, as well as thanks for his suggestion of an autobiography for Helen Keller. Both letters show some folding, Sullivans letter also has some small spots of ink. Otherwise excellent. Shelve in case 0, autographs folder. JL Consignment.
1876. Approximately 8"x1.5". Slip of paper bearing Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada's handwritten signature, clipped from a Mexican government document. Vertical fold to slip. Dated April 28, 1876. Lerdo de Tejada was the 27th president of Mexico, serving from 1872 to 1876. His political party was liberal. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1867. Slip of paper approximately 1.5"x6", bearing Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada's signature. Paper appears to be clipped from a larger sheet. Portion of paper reads, handwritten: "Independencia y Libertad, México" and is dated November 30, 1867 with Lerdo de Tejada's signature. Lerdo de Tejada was the 27th president of Mexico, serving from 1872 to 1876. His political party was liberal. --L.H. Consignment. Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1870. Slip of paper, approximately 2.5"x6", bearing Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada's signature. Paper appears to be clipped from a larger sheet. Light soiling to slip. Portion of paper reads, handwritten: "Independencia y Libertad, México" and is dated December 24, 1870 with Lerdo de Tejada's signature. Lerdo de Tejada was the 27th president of Mexico, serving from 1872 to 1876. His political party was liberal. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
Undated. Slip of paper, approximately 1.5" x 4" bearing Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada's signature. Paper has half-inch open tear and two small puncture marks. The portion of paper with the signature appears to have been clipped from a larger document, as the text is fragmented. Lerdo de Tejada was the 27th president of Mexico, serving from 1872 to 1876. His political party was liberal. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1979. One page typed letter, signed by Karl Menninger in what appears to be green marker. 8 1/2" x 11" sheet paper on The Menninger Foundation letterhead. Paper has two light horizontal creases. Also lightly creased at corners. Dated May 23, 1979, the letter reads as follows: "Dear [Doctor]: Since I didn't see you in Chicago last week, I will look for you here in Topeka in August. Just call my office as the time draws near, and we will set up an appointment. Sincerely Karl Menninger" --- Lieberman Consignment. Shelve in autographs folder.
Topeka, Kansas: 1957. One sheet of paper, measuring 8 1/2" x 11", on letterhead for The Menninger Foundation. A TLS signed by Karl Menninger to Leon Gutterman of Wisdom Magazine, dated February 4, 1957. Two faint horizontal creases from being folded in an envelope. Karl Menninger was an American psychiatrist. Leiberman consignment, shelved case 0.
1897. One page long handwritten letter on 10 1/2" x 8" sized paper. Sheet has one horizontal and two vertical creases. Letter is protected by a clear plastic sleeve. Addressed to Gavitts Medical Co., Topeka, and dated 5 July, 1897. The letter has the letterhead of J. H. Muntz Harness and Strap Work. Lieberman consignment. Shelve in autographs folder.
1837. Slip of paper, approximately 2.5" x 5" bearing José Ignacio Pavón's signature. Very light foxing to paper. Item appears to have been clipped from a larger document. Reads: "Dios y Libertad. México" and is dated October 5, 1837, with Pavón's signature beneath the statement and the word Veracruz (Pavón's birthplace) in lower corner. José Ignacio Pavón was a conservative Mexican lawyer, jurist and politician, notable for his two day stint serving as acting president during a time of political unrest in August of 1860. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1823. Portion of paper, approximately 5" x 8.5" bearing José Ignacio Pavón's signature. Age-toning, foxing, chipping and creasing to paper with two small puncture marks. Dated June 1823 with Pavón's signature at the tail. Paper appears to have been torn from a larger document. José Ignacio Pavón was a conservative Mexican lawyer, jurist and politician, notable for his two day stint serving as acting president during a time of political unrest in August of 1860. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1823. Slip of paper bearing José Ignacio Pavón's signature, approximately 5" x 8.5". Foxing, age-toning, creasing and two puncture marks to paper. Half inch open tear to left edge. Dated June 1823 with Pavón's signature at the tail. Paper appears to have been torn from a larger document. José Ignacio Pavón was a conservative Mexican lawyer, jurist and politician, notable for his two day stint serving as acting president during a time of political unrest in August of 1860. --L.H. CONSIGNMENT Shelve: L.H. Autographs.
1984. One card, measuring 6 1/2 by 8 inches when folded in half, SIGNED by both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, date dated 1984. The front cover features the two of them in a park with one of her corgis. The card is VG, with two small pieces have torn, presumably from tape removal.; BL consignment; shelved case 0 binder.
Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Art Museums, 1999. First Edition, First Printing. 4tos., 347 pp. [Vol. 1], 383 pp. [Vol. 2], 202 pp. [Vol. 3]; VG/VG-; housed in G off-white card stock slipcase; dark brown cloth-covered spines and boards with gilded and red lettering and red endpapers; decorative impression in top right hand corner of front board, all volumes; mild rubbing and bumping to boards, particularly to Vols. 1 and 3; slight bumping to head of spines, Vols. 1 and 2; interiors clean; pencil marking to back paste-down of Vol. 1; chipping and tearing to head of spine of orange paper dust jacket, fading to spine, shelfwear to top edges of dust jacket [Vol. 1]; slight bumping to head of spine and corners of yellow paper dust jacket, mild fading to spine [Vol. 2]; chipping and tearing to head of spine of gray paper dust jacket, shelfwear to top edges and corners of dust jacket [Vol. 3]; mild rubbing and shelfwear to slipcase; DJs protected by mylar; set housed in plain light yellow cardboard slipcase; shelved Alcove 1.
London: Kamikaze Press, October 1993. Quarto; VG- Hardcover; Blue spine with no text; Boards strong, slight edgewear, slight shelfwear, white mark on front cover along tail edge; Textblock clean; Unpaginated; Signed and inscribed by Fred Tohill and Simon Redington on publication page, Forward signed by Paul Bell. Illustrated with 4 color woodblock prints. Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller if you have any questions. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, on shelf above Ephemera section.
Set of three handwritten, unidentified letters. The first letter is on a lined 16" x 9 1/2" sheet of paper, folded vertically with two horizontal creases. Addressed to the City Council of the City of Saco, the Board of Health members urge that action be taken to clean up standing water or else risk contagion. The second letter is written on 5" x 8" Philadelphia Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon & Hospital stationery. 6 pages long, the writing has faded after the first paragraph of page two. The letter is from a former Union soldier to an acquaintance, telling of his recent exploits and whereabouts.The third letter is two pages long, written on 5" x 8" House of Representatives stationery with two horizontal creases. The letter is undated and illegible. --- Lieberman consignment. Shelve in autographs folder.
Rome: Pumpkin Press, 1894. 203 pages plus “Addendum Mirabile.” Folio, first edition, bound in full red leather with gilt lettering on the spine. This is a limited edition (edition number 32 of 72 total copies), and is inscribed by the author to Dr. and Mrs. Boorstin. Condition: Very Good to Excellent. There is slight rubbing to the corners and a few small scratches to the boards. Dimensions 10.25 x 14.5 x .75 inches.