(WRIGHT, RICHARD; PORTER, KATHERINE ANNE; MAC LOW, JACKSON; SCHWARTZ, DELMORE; ET AL) Accent: A Quarterly of New Literature. Volume 2, Number 3. Spring 1942
GARRISON, LINDLEY M. (1864-1932). SECRETARY OF WAR UNDER PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON (1913-16). Magazine Portrait Inscribed and Signed by Lindley M. Garrison, Secretary of War Under President Woodrow Wilson.
CHURCHILL, WINSTON; ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.; STALIN, JOSEPH. 3 Stepping Stones to Lasting Peace: The Atlantic Charter / Dumbarton Oaks Proposals / Yalta Conference Communique.
ADAMS, FRANKLIN P. The Melancholy Lute: Selected Songs of Thirty Years.
(HOGARTH, BURNE). BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. HODES, ROBERT M.; ADAPTER. Tarzan of the Apes.
HAMILTON, MARY AGNES (1884-1966). LABOUR MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR BLACKBURN, U.K. (1929-1931). Autograph of British Labour Party Politician Mary Agnes Hamilton Inscribed Below a Newspaper Portrait to Future New York Politician Seymour Halpern.
FRANK, WALDO. (1889-1967). AMERICAN NOVELIST AND "NEW YORKER" WRITER. Autograph Letter to Educator Harold Rugg Signed by American Novelist and New Yorker Writer Waldo Frank About Frank's New Novel.
FISHER, DOROTHY CANFIELD. (1879-1958). EDUCATIONAL REFORMER, SOCIAL ACTIVIST AND BEST-SELLING AMERICAN AUTHOR. Signature on a Slip of Paper of American Educational Reformer, Social Activist and Best-Selling Author Dorothy Canfield Fisher.
UNGER, MARTA [MARTHA]. (B. 1903).CLERK IN THE PROPAGANDA MINISTRY [1933]. IN JULY 1934 WAS APPOINTED HEAD OF THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT OF THE REICHSFRAUENFUHRUNG. Typed Letter Signed by Marta Unger of the Reichsfrauenfuhrung Enclosing Information on the Government's Winterhilfswerk Program.
OAKLEY, THORNTON (1881-1953). AMERICAN ILLUSTRATOR Autograph Letter Signed with Fine Association, to Fellow Brandywine Artist & Illustrator Frank Schoonover
HYSLOP, JAMES H.; SHAW, J. AUSTIN; ET AL. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research. Volume II. No. 4. April, 1908.
BEARD, DANIEL CARTER (1850-1941). AMERICAN ILLUSTRATOR WHO FOUNDED THE SONS OF DANIEL BOONE WHICH LATER MERGED WITH THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. Typed Letter Signed by Daniel C. Beard As Chief of the Dan Beard Outdoor School to the 17-Year Old Scout Seymour Halpern, Who Would Later Be Elected to the U.S. Congress.
WELLES, WINIFRED. The Lost Landscape: Some Memories of a Family and a Town in Connecticut 1659-1906.
PRINCENTHAL, NANCY. Mary Shaffer. (Cover Title).
ARMSTRONG, D. HERCULES; BRECHT, BERTOLT.; ET AL. SMITH, JESSICA; EDITOR. Soviet Russia Today. (Vol. 11, No. 10) February,1943. (Cover Title).
KOENIG, MARIE-PIERRE (1898-1970). FRENCH ARMY GENERAL AND POLITICIAN. HE COMMANDED A FREE FRENCH BRIGADE AT THE WWII BATTLE OF BIR HAKEIM. Rassemblement Du Peuple Francais: Assises Nationales de Nancy: Rapport Sur la Defense National / Par le General Koenig / President de la Commission de Defense Nationale a L'Assemblee Nationale / Depute Du Bas-Rhin. 23-24-25 Novembre 1951.
SOLOTAROFF, THEODORE. The Red Hot Vacuum and Other Pieces on the Writing of the Sixties.
CAPA, CORNELL; ET AL. OKAMOTO, RICHARD; EDITOR. Infinity: American Society of Magazine Photographers. July 1970. Vol. XIX No. 7.
GILBERT, CASS (1859-1934). PROMINENT AMERICAN ARCHITECT WHO WAS AN EARLY PROPONENT OF SKYSCRAPERS AND DESIGNED THE WOOLWORTH BUILDING, WHICH HAD THE DISTINCTION OF BEING THE TALLEST BUILDING AT THE TIME. Typed Letter Signed by the Prominent American Architect Cass Gilbert, Designer of the Woolworth Building, in Reply to an Invitation by James B. Pond to Join His Reception Committee for Maeterlinck's First American Lecture.
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