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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) GEORGE III; KING OF ENGLAND. Autograph Note Signed,

Lot 2: (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) GEORGE III; KING OF ENGLAND. Autograph Note Signed, "G.R.," to Lord Sydney (lacking salutation),

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) GEORGE III; KING OF ENGLAND. Autograph Note Signed, "G.R.," to Lord Sydney (lacking salutation), requesting that he order George Yonge to make appointments for positions at Chelsea Hospital and that he send the names of candidates for the offices formerly held by Mr. Powell, expressing approval of the appointment of a Deputy for Colonel [Henry Edward?] Fox, and inquiring about Lord [Frederick] North's disposition toward the King's offer to him. 1 page, 4to, with integral blank; horizontal folds. "Queen's House" [London], 15 March 1783

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(CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient (

Lot 8: (CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient ("My dear Sir"),

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: DAY BEFORE END OF WAR: "IS NOT THIS AN IMMENSE SOCIAL REVOLUTION?" (CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient ("My dear Sir"), apologizing that the memorandum accompanying the sender's letter was lost, requesting that it be resent, expressing satisfaction that slavery had been overcome, stating that Lincoln's assassination was a natural outcome of slavery, and expressing confidence that equal rights would eventually ensure security. 4 pages, 8vo, written on a folded sheet; faint dampstaining to first page along center vertical fold, moderate bleedthrough (but still legible), upper edge trimmed (without affecting text), minor smudges to signature and scattered text. Washington, 8 May 1865

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THOMSON, CHARLES. Group of 5 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed,

Lot 27: THOMSON, CHARLES. Group of 5 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, "ChaThomson,"

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Description: CONTINENTAL CONGRESS SECRETARY THOMSON, CHARLES. Group of 5 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, "ChaThomson," including an Autograph Letter Signed, twice, a Letter Signed, as Secretary, an Autograph Check Signed, a partly-printed Document Signed: a colonial banknote, and Thomson's ledger book Signed, thrice, in the third person within the text, additionally with some holograph ledger entries and notes. Format and condition vary. Vp, 1764-1821

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(ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 50 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th-century American writers, artists, and other

Lot 174: (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 50 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th-century American writers, artists, and other

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Estimated Price: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: INCLUDES HERMAN MELVILLE AND LARGE WALT WHITMAN SIGNATURES (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 50 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th-century American writers, artists, and others, including mostly Autograph Quotations Signed. Kept by the Piatt family of Ohio. Most written on album page, rectos only. 4to, morocco by Kundahl & Scheifele with owner initials on rear cover ("MAP" [Mary Ann Piatt]?), worn; many loose leaves, faint scattered foxing throughout. Vp, 1831-86

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ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph Letter Signed, to unnamed recipients (“Gentleman”),

Lot 128: ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph Letter Signed, to unnamed recipients (“Gentleman”),

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph Letter Signed, to unnamed recipients ('Gentleman'), explaining his efforts to obtain illustrations [for his book with Henry Cabot Lodge, Hero Tales from American History, 1895], and suggesting an image of Ulysses Grant for the frontispiece. 3 pages, 8vo, mourning stationery, written on a folded sheet, signature page written vertically; horizontal fold. (TFC) [New York, circa 1895]

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FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN A Sunset in Ireland.

Lot 39: FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN A Sunset in Ireland.

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March 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN A Sunset in Ireland. Drypoint on cream wove paper, 1863. 139x215 mm; 5 1/2x8 1/2 inches, wide margins. Thirteenth state (of 14). Signed and dedicated in pencil, lower right. A brilliant, luminous impression with richly-inked, velvety burr. Schneiderman 47.

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FREDERICK J. BROWN (1945 - 2012) Untitled (Mama and Papa Yancey).

Lot 174: FREDERICK J. BROWN (1945 - 2012) Untitled (Mama and Papa Yancey).

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Description: FREDERICK J. BROWN (1945 - 2012) Untitled (Mama and Papa Yancey). Oil on cotton canvas, 2006. 914x1219 mm; 36x48 inches. Signed and dated in pencil, lower left. Provenance: the estate of the artist. Frederick J. Brown colorfully captures piano legend Jimmy Yancey and his wife Estella singing. Yancey was an influential leader of the "boogie woogie" craze in Chicago in the 1930s, and together he and his wife performed as Mama and Papa Yancey. This large canvas is a strong example of Brown's important thirty year-long portrait series of homages to jazz and blues greats. Born in Greensboro, GA, Brown grew up on the Southside of Chicago where Brown's father's connection to the music scene introduced him to such blues musicians as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and Lightin' Hopkins. When Brown moved to New York, it was jazz giant Ornette Coleman whom he befriended and introduced him to the downtown New York creative community. Brown quickly rose to prominence in the New York art scene in Soho during the 1970s and 80s. With his narrative paintings and iconic figures, Brown was included in Recent Acquistions of 20th Century Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1979, and had a 1983 solo exhibiton at Marlborough Gallery, New York. In 1988, Brown became the first artist to have a solo exhibition at the Museum of the Chinese Revolution at Tiananmen Sqaure in Beiing, China. A touring retrospective of his work, Frederick J. Brown: Portraits in Jazz, Blues, and Other Icons, originated at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City in 2002. Today Brown's paintings are found in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Portrait Gallery, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Studio Museum in Harlem.

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JAMES, HENRY. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot 198: JAMES, HENRY. Autograph Letter Signed, "Uncle Henry James," to the wife of his nephew Mrs. William James ("Dearest Alice"),

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,500

Description: "THE ABOMINATION OF THE [SINKING OF THE] LUSITANIA" JAMES, HENRY. Autograph Letter Signed, "Uncle Henry James," to the wife of his nephew Mrs. William James ("Dearest Alice"), almost entirely on events and reflections concerning the start of World War I. 4 pages, 4to, personal stationery, written on the recto and verso of separate sheets; concluding lines written vertically in upper margin of first page. With the original envelope. (TFC) London, 20 May 1915

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(ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Ink drawing dated and Signed,

Lot 31: (ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Ink drawing dated and Signed, "L-C," sketch of a map showing his neighborhood with notes indicating landmar

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: "THE ARCHITECTURAL REVOLUTION [IS] ACCOMPLISHED" (ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Ink drawing dated and Signed, "L-C," sketch of a map showing his neighborhood with notes indicating landmarks, with the holograph caption, in French: "The architectural revolution accomplished." 1 page, oblong 4to; small tear in drawing at center probably made by Le Corbusier's pen, his phone number is typed vertically at right edge, vertical fold at center. Np, May 1949

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HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient (

Lot 196: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient ("My dear Sir"), sending his autograph:

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Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to an unnamed recipient ("My dear Sir"), sending his autograph: "It gives me pleasure to comply with your slight request." 1/2 page, 8vo, with integral blank; faint marginal discoloration from prior matting, folds. Boston, 30 October 1888

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(ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 80 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th- and 20th-century officials

Lot 1: (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 80 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th- and 20th-century officials

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: (ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 80 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by 19th- and 20th-century officials in America and throughout the Pacific and the West Indies, including American consular officials in places such as Halifax, St. Kitts, Guantanamo, Habana, Veracruz, Martinique, and Mexico City, kept by an intrepid traveler, A[bbott?] P. Smith. Many with date, place, or title, written one to a page, mostly recto and verso. Oblong 8vo, calf, worn. should be examined./span Vp, 1878-1933

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HOUSTON, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot 14: HOUSTON, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter Signed, "SamHouston," to Franklin Pierce,

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $3,500 - $5,000

Description: TO RECENTLY-ELECTED PRESIDENT PIERCE HOUSTON, SAMUEL. Autograph Letter Signed, "SamHouston," to Franklin Pierce, recommending that Ira Munson be appointed Special Mail Agent. 2 pages, 4to, with integral blank; folds. With the original envelope, addressed in his hand. Washington, 7 March 1853

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DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Group of 4 Autograph Letters Signed,

Lot 189: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Group of 4 Autograph Letters Signed, "A Conan Doyle," to various recipients, on various subjects.

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Group of 4 Autograph Letters Signed, "A Conan Doyle," to various recipients, on various subjects. Together 5 pages, 8vo; both 1900 letters mounted with one with loss to left margin and the other with scattered staining. Hindhead, Surrey, vd

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(CIVIL WAR--ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 150 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by prominent mostly Civil War-period pol

Lot 5: (CIVIL WAR--ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 150 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by prominent mostly Civil War-period pol

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $80,000 - $120,000

Description: ASSEMBLED TO BE SOLD IN 1864 AT NY METROPOLITAN FAIR TO BENEFIT WOUNDED SOLDIERS (CIVIL WAR--ALBUM.) Autograph album containing over 150 items Signed, or Signed and Inscribed, by prominent mostly Civil War-period politicians, generals, writers, artists, and others, including Autograph Letters, Autograph Quotations, Autograph Notes, and drawings. The letters and notes, mostly to the first wife of General Egbert Ludovicus Viele, dated 1861-64. Also included are two small fragments from the confederate flag which flew over Fort Pulaski and which was torn down in April, 1862, by Union soldiers under the command of General E.L. Viele; each mounted to album page. Assembled by Mrs. Viele in order that it might be sold at the New York Metropolitan Fair to benefit the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Most mounted one to a page on recto and verso, most with calligraphic identification and painted decorative border. With calligraphic title-page. 4to, disbound with original morocco boards present. should be seen./span Vp, mostly 1864

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ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Editor of The Congregationalist and Christian World Howard Allen Bridgeman,

Lot 134: ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Editor of The Congregationalist and Christian World Howard Allen Bridgeman,

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: COMPARING WASHINGTON POLITICS TO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Editor of The Congregationalist and Christian World Howard Allen Bridgeman, thanking him for sending an editorial, expounding upon the two dangers that face political contestants of the day and likening them to those present during the French Revolution, and praising his "progressive and yet conservative" preaching. 2 pages, 4to, White House stationery, written on a single folded sheet with leaves now detached at center vertical fold, each page mounted to a larger board; moderate fading to signature, marginal discoloration from prior matting. (TFC) Washington, 14 July 1906

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ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Autograph Inscription Signed, on a small card:

Lot 124: ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Autograph Inscription Signed, on a small card:

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Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Autograph Inscription Signed, on a small card: 'For your autograph / collection from a / fellow collector.' 2 3/4x4 inches; remnants of prior mounting at corners verso. (TFC) Np, nd

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HILL, AMBROSE POWELL. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot 13: HILL, AMBROSE POWELL. Autograph Letter Signed, "A.P. Hill," to Alexander Dallas Bache ("Prof A.D. Bache"),

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: HILL, AMBROSE POWELL. Autograph Letter Signed, "A.P. Hill," to Alexander Dallas Bache ("Prof A.D. Bache"), reporting that he has sent his map of the Boston shore, offering explanations for the delay, asking whether he has a piece of surveying equipment, and relating the locations to which mutual friends have been ordered. 3 pages, 8vo, written on a folded sheet; minor staining at center vertical fold. Washington, 30 August [1855-61]

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BARTON, CLARA. Autograph Letter Signed, to Emily Fairbanks Talbot (“Mrs. Talbot”),

Lot 34: BARTON, CLARA. Autograph Letter Signed, to Emily Fairbanks Talbot (“Mrs. Talbot”),

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: BARTON, CLARA. Autograph Letter Signed, to Emily Fairbanks Talbot ('Mrs. Talbot'), explaining why she had declined a position offered by an unnamed [Democratic] governor, expressing surprise that people from other states are encouraging her to accept, and encouraging her to befriend the unnamed governor. 8 pages, 8vo, written on three folded sheets, 'American Association of the Red Cross' stationery; few scattered short closed separations at folds. Washington, 10 February 1883

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STIEGLITZ, ALFRED. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot 221: STIEGLITZ, ALFRED. Autograph Letter Signed, "Stieglitz," to Henwar Rodakiewicz ("Dear Henwar"),

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: "I'M AT THE PLACE SUNDAY MORNING ALONE WITH GEORGIA'S PAINTINGS" STIEGLITZ, ALFRED. Autograph Letter Signed, "Stieglitz," to Henwar Rodakiewicz ("Dear Henwar"), praising the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe, noting that the admiration of her shown by the many visitors does not help O'Keeffe's illness, explaining that she is bedridden, praising the print he sent O'Keeffe for Christmas, stating that he anticipates being able to keep "the Place" for another year [An American Place, his New York gallery], and pointing out that Dorothy Norman's book is being printed. 2 1/4 pages, 4to, written on two separate sheets with third page on verso of first; toning and minor chipping at edges, horizontal folds. Np, 22 January 1933

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INDIANA, ROBERT. Archive of 35 items Signed, or Inscribed and Signed,

Lot 215: INDIANA, ROBERT. Archive of 35 items Signed, or Inscribed and Signed, "Bob," "RIndiana," or "Indiana," to Herman or Rhoda Krawitz,

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Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: INDIANAIANA INDIANA, ROBERT. Archive of 35 items Signed, or Inscribed and Signed, "Bob," "RIndiana," or "Indiana," to Herman or Rhoda Krawitz, including two Typed Letters, an Autograph Letter, an Autograph Note, two Documents, 13 Autograph Postcards, and 16 greeting cards or exhibition invitations, most dating from the late 1960s and 1970s. The letters and documents, some concerning his "The Mother of Us All," including agreements for the printing of lithographs and the design for packaging of an audio recording. Some with the original envelope. Format and condition vary. Vp, 1962-2009

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FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN (after J

Lot 40: FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN (after J

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Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN (after J. M. W. Turner) Calais Pier. Etching and drypoint, 1874. 597x838 mm; 23 1/2x33 inches, wide margins. Eighth state (of 12), with the etched inscription "Published for and by F. S. Haden 62 Sloane Street London 1 May 187," upper left. With the artist's signature and inscription adhered on two separate sheets, lower margin. A superb, well-inked impression of this scarce etching. Haden's largest and most technically complex etching. The artist had a new intaglio printing press specially made to accomodate the scale of this oversize etching plate. Schneiderman 141.

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GARFIELD, LUCRETIA. Two items Signed: Autograph Letter * Autograph Note.

Lot 80: GARFIELD, LUCRETIA. Two items Signed: Autograph Letter * Autograph Note.

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Estimated Price: $80 - $120

Description: GARFIELD, LUCRETIA. Two items Signed: Autograph Letter * Autograph Note. The first, "Lucretia R. Garfield," to "Dear Mrs. Holyoke," sending "General Garfield's" autograph [not present]. 2 pages, 16mo, mourning stationery; marked fading to 4 lines of text including last few letters of signature. The second, "Mrs. Garfield," in the third person within the text, to an unnamed recipient, acknowledging membership in the Northwestern Literary and Historical Society. 1 page, 16mo, mourning card. sold as is./span Cleveland, 19 January 1882; Mentor, 11 October 1886

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PARNELL, CHARLES STEWART. Autograph Manuscript Signed, draft of his

Lot 72: PARNELL, CHARLES STEWART. Autograph Manuscript Signed, draft of his "To the Irish People of America," with numerous emendations through

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Description: A DEFIANT PARNELL APPEALS TO IRISH-AMERICANS FOR SUPPORT PARNELL, CHARLES STEWART. Autograph Manuscript Signed, draft of his "To the Irish People of America," with numerous emendations throughout, beginning "Fellow Countrymen, In 1880 and subsequent years you assisted me . . . to create the great movement of the Land League and to found an independ[e]nt Irish Parliamentary Party." 1 3/4 pages, folio, written on the first and terminal pages of a single folded sheet; mounted to a larger board with marked brittling overall, 3-inch tear at upper edge with minor loss, band of moderate toning along center vertical fold (but text still legible). (TFC) Np, [March 1891]

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KENNEDY, JOHN F. Typescript, unsigned, with scattered holograph annotations, reading copy of the speech he delivered at the San Francis

Lot 103: KENNEDY, JOHN F. Typescript, unsigned, with scattered holograph annotations, reading copy of the speech he delivered at the San Francis

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Description: "THIS RALLY MARKS THE OFFICIAL BEGINNING OF THE 1960 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN" KENNEDY, JOHN F. Typescript, unsigned, with scattered holograph annotations, reading copy of the speech he delivered at the San Francisco International Airport on September 3, 1960. Over 50 holograph words, mostly short phrases written between printed lines, including 9 lines of notes on blank verso of terminal page concerning plans to visit L.A. and Detroit, and mentioning "Soapy" [G. Mennen Williams?]. The printed text is identical to the text issued by JFK's press office. 9 pages, 4to, printed on rectos only of separate sheets; bottom inch of terminal page torn away (without affecting printed text, but truncating holograph notes), two punch holes in upper margin of each page, staples holes at upper left, minor staining at upper left of first page. Np, circa 3 September 1960

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BUNNER, HENRY CUYLER. Group of 12 items: Two Autograph Manuscripts, one Signed * 3 Autograph Letters Signed * 6 Typed Letters Signed.

Lot 178: BUNNER, HENRY CUYLER. Group of 12 items: Two Autograph Manuscripts, one Signed * 3 Autograph Letters Signed * 6 Typed Letters Signed.

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Description: BUNNER, HENRY CUYLER. Group of 12 items: Two Autograph Manuscripts, one Signed * 3 Autograph Letters Signed * 6 Typed Letters Signed. The manuscripts, fair copies of poems: "A Lost Child," and "The Light," the latter signed "H.C. Bunner." The letters, most to Richard Watson Gilder, signed "H.C. Bunner" or "H.C.B.," one on Puck stationery. Together 20 pages, mostly 4to; condition generally good. Vp, 1879-94

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(CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed:

Lot 7: (CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed:

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Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: (CIVIL WAR.) SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed: "The President is empowered / to confer Freedom; but / he is impotent to make / a Slave -- so that he / cannot undo his own / act of Emancipation." 1/2 page, 8vo, with integral blank; horizontal folds. Boston, 15 October 1864

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SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed:

Lot 25: SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed:

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Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: SUMNER, CHARLES. Autograph Quotation dated and Signed: "Our cause is nobler even / than that of our Fathers, / inasmuch as it is more / exalted to struggle for / the Freedom of others than / for our own." 1 page, small 8vo; silked on verso and recto, faint scattered staining overall, closed tear at lower right corner. Philadelphia, 3 May 1858

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(BUSINESS.) COOKE, JAY. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to Rev. T.H. Robinson,

Lot 38: (BUSINESS.) COOKE, JAY. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to Rev. T.H. Robinson,

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March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

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Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: (BUSINESS.) COOKE, JAY. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to Rev. T.H. Robinson, instructing him to "hand Mr Weir a memorandum of your expenses to & from Gibraltar & I will take pleasure in remitting the same." 1 page, 4to, "Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers" stationery; folds with vertical one through signature (without loss). Philadelphia, 19 September 1867

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DARROW, CLARENCE. Autograph Letter Signed, to Edward A. Filene,

Lot 41: DARROW, CLARENCE. Autograph Letter Signed, to Edward A. Filene,

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Description: DARROW, CLARENCE. Autograph Letter Signed, to Edward A. Filene, accepting "your kind invitation to attend the Steffens dinner," and asking whether his wife may attend. 1 page, 8vo, "Murray Hill Hotel" stationery; remnants of prior mounting at edges verso, horizontal folds. (TFC) New York, 17 April 1931

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TESLA, NIKOLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “N Tesla,” to “Carl,” in pencil:

Lot 74: TESLA, NIKOLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “N Tesla,” to “Carl,” in pencil:

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Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: TESLA, NIKOLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 'N Tesla,' to 'Carl,' in pencil: 'This is to wish you a Happy New Year.' 1 page, small 8vo, with integral blank, 'Hotel New Yorker' stationery; horizontal fold. New York, 31 December 1940

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DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. Autograph Note Signed, in French, in pencil, on verso of his printed calling card:

Lot 165: DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. Autograph Note Signed, in French, in pencil, on verso of his printed calling card:

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. Autograph Note Signed, in French, in pencil, on verso of his printed calling card: "Revue de Paris / Gaspard par / René Benjamin / et bien votre / CDebussy." 3 3/4x1 3/4 inches; minor scattered soiling. Np, nd

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Autograph Note Signed, to Gregory Stephenson,

Lot 177: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Autograph Note Signed, to Gregory Stephenson,

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Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Autograph Note Signed, to Gregory Stephenson, apologizing that he has nothing to submit to any magazine. 1 page, oblong 16mo, personal correspondence card. With the original envelope, addressed in his hand. Paris, 4 December 1982

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TWAIN, MARK. Autograph Note Signed:

Lot 209: TWAIN, MARK. Autograph Note Signed:

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: ADMIRING HER FOUNTAIN PEN? TWAIN, MARK. Autograph Note Signed: "Here it is, Miss Coffin, & I shall be glad if you will tell me, on the enclosed postal, what kind of a pen it is you use." 3 1/2x4 1/2 inches; matted with a portrait and framed. "The Pines," York Harbor, 15 September 1902

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RODIN, AUGUSTE. Autograph Note Signed, to an unknown recipient, on his printed calling card, in French:

Lot 219: RODIN, AUGUSTE. Autograph Note Signed, to an unknown recipient, on his printed calling card, in French:

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Estimated Price: $350 - $500

Description: RODIN, AUGUSTE. Autograph Note Signed, to an unknown recipient, on his printed calling card, in French: "My dear . . . / I am free Wednesday / . . . everything to your taste / Rodin" Np, nd

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(ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Typed Letter Signed, with a few holograph corrections, to Marie-Anne Febvre, in French,

Lot 30: (ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Typed Letter Signed, with a few holograph corrections, to Marie-Anne Febvre, in French,

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: "WILL FRANCE HAVE AN ARCHITECTURAL REVOLUTION?" (ARCHITECTS.) LE CORBUSIER. Typed Letter Signed, with a few holograph corrections, to Marie-Anne Febvre, in French, approving of her plans for a series of radio interviews, stating that he knew Dumay from Radio-Jeunesse in Vichy, stating that he is notifying Boll of the collaboration, complementing her on her sensitive articles, agreeing with her concerning Renoir: "Will France have an architectural revolution?", discussing the working title, stating that he has informed Boll that she would report on "Charte d'Athenes" at Renoir's, promising that copies of the relevant letters would be sent to her from the Board of Directors, suggesting the possibility of using her talents as painter to illustrate the drawbacks and advantages of living in a house of "Radiant City" or "city-garden" design, conveying his wife's apologies for her reception, and approving of her paintings: "very close to what I consider the truth." 2 pages, 4to, written on the recto and verso of a single sheet; folds. With the original envelope. Paris, 5 May 1943

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DARWIN, CHARLES. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to

Lot 42: DARWIN, CHARLES. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Madam":

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: SENDING HIS AUTOGRAPH DARWIN, CHARLES. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, to "Dear Madam": "I assure you that I have not received one of your notes, otherwise I would have been happy at any time to have granted so very small a favour as sending my signature." 1 page, 8vo, with integral blank, "Down [House]" stationery; faint marginal discoloration from prior matting, faint offsetting, remnants of prior mounting at upper edge of terminal page. Beckenham, 3 February 1876

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FREUD, SIGMUND. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “Freud,” to Sam M. Howard, in German:

Lot 52: FREUD, SIGMUND. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “Freud,” to Sam M. Howard, in German:

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Estimated Price: $3,500 - $5,000

Description: FREUD, SIGMUND. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 'Freud,' to Sam M. Howard, in German: 'Thank you for your note. I cannot help taking pleasure in it, since I have so frequently had to listen to bitter and malicious criticism.' 1 page, 16mo, personal correspondence card. With the original envelope. Vienna, 14 January 1934

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TYLER, JOHN. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “J. Tyler,” as President, to “Mr. Benson”:

Lot 155: TYLER, JOHN. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “J. Tyler,” as President, to “Mr. Benson”:

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: TYLER, JOHN. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 'J. Tyler,' as President, to 'Mr. Benson': 'I enclose you a letter which has reached since your departure and another for Mr. Brown [neither present]—and have only time to add my respects to Mrs. Benson and best wishes for your health and happiness.' 1 page, 4to, with integral blank; folds. (TFC) Washington, 25 November 1843

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COLTRANE, JOHN. Autograph Musical Manuscript, unsigned, draft of the guitar part for a composition entitled

Lot 164: COLTRANE, JOHN. Autograph Musical Manuscript, unsigned, draft of the guitar part for a composition entitled "Moontide," with holograph

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Estimated Price: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: MUSIC BY "TRANE" COLTRANE, JOHN. Autograph Musical Manuscript, unsigned, draft of the guitar part for a composition entitled "Moontide," with holograph title and instrumentation at top of first page, in pencil, 95 bars, notated on printed staves. 1 1/4 pages, folio, written on the first and terminal pages of a single folded sheet; vertical crease, minor scattered soiling. Np, nd

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TOSCANINI, ARTURO. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, four bars from Beethoven's

Lot 171: TOSCANINI, ARTURO. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, four bars from Beethoven's "Pastorale" symphony, notated on a hand-drawn stave,

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: TOSCANINI, ARTURO. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, four bars from Beethoven's "Pastorale" symphony, notated on a hand-drawn stave, with holograph description: "All[egr]o [ma] non troppo / From the Pastorale / L.V. Beethoven." 3 1/4x5 inches; faint scattered soiling, minor remnants of prior mounting overall verso. Np, nd

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DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed,

Lot 186: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed, "A Conan Doyle," with a few scattered holograph corrections, his short story "The Nig

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed, "A Conan Doyle," with a few scattered holograph corrections, his short story "The Nightmare Room," first published in Strand Magazine in December 1921. Signed at end of text. 8 pages, 4to, pale yellow paper; paper clip stain at upper edge of first and terminal pages. Crowborough, [1921]

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DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed,

Lot 187: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed, "A Conan Doyle," with a few scattered holograph corrections, his short story "The Par

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN. Autograph Manuscript Signed, "A Conan Doyle," with a few scattered holograph corrections, his short story "The Parish Magazine," first published in Strand Magazine in August of 1930. Signed at end of text. 11 pages, 4to and oblong 12mo, pale green paper; hole at upper left, horizontal folds. Crowborough, [1930]

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WELLS, H.G. Autograph Note Signed, [to artist Powys Evans], illustrated with small ink drawing, sketch showing himself hiding behind a

Lot 211: WELLS, H.G. Autograph Note Signed, [to artist Powys Evans], illustrated with small ink drawing, sketch showing himself hiding behind a

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Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: DECLINING TO SIT FOR A PORTRAIT WELLS, H.G. Autograph Note Signed, [to artist Powys Evans], illustrated with small ink drawing, sketch showing himself hiding behind a canvas: "No I can't stand the idea of it. It makes me feel like this." 1 page, 4to, "120, Whitehall Court" stationery; folds. [London], nd

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REAGAN, RONALD. Autograph Letter Signed, to “Dear Mr. Verost,” in green ink,

Lot 113: REAGAN, RONALD. Autograph Letter Signed, to “Dear Mr. Verost,” in green ink,

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: REAGAN, RONALD. Autograph Letter Signed, to 'Dear Mr. Verost,' in green ink, returning items he had autographed [not present], and explaining that [contrary to the suggestion in Chesterfield advertisements] he never smoked cigarettes. 1 page, 12mo, personal stationery. (TFC) Np, [13 November 1980]?

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CODY, WILLIAM F. (“BUFFALO BILL”). Two items: Autograph Inscription Signed, “True to friend & foe / W.F. Cody / Buffalo Bill,” on a sli

Lot 9: CODY, WILLIAM F. (“BUFFALO BILL”). Two items: Autograph Inscription Signed, “True to friend & foe / W.F. Cody / Buffalo Bill,” on a sli

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Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: CODY, WILLIAM F. ('BUFFALO BILL'). Two items: Autograph Inscription Signed, 'True to friend & foe / W.F. Cody / Buffalo Bill,' on a slip of paper mounted to album page * Fragment of envelope with holograph address, unsigned, to Mrs. E.W. Hill. The inscription, 2 1/2x5 inches, ruled paper; faint scattered staining. The envelope, including address panel only, with printed return address: 'Buffalo Bill's Wild West,' and cancelled 2-cent postage stamp. 3 1/2x6 inches. Np, 1887; [New York, 1887]

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LILLIE, GORDON WILLIAM (

Lot 15: LILLIE, GORDON WILLIAM ("PAWNEE BILL"). Brief Autograph Letter Signed, "G.W. Lillie / Pawnee Bill," to William F. Cody ("Friend Cody"):

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: PAWNEE BILL TO BUFFALO BILL LILLIE, GORDON WILLIAM ("PAWNEE BILL"). Brief Autograph Letter Signed, "G.W. Lillie / Pawnee Bill," to William F. Cody ("Friend Cody"): "Yours to hand and was pleased to hear from you but sorry to hear that the Col[onel] was so ill. I had word today he had passed through Chicago so I guess he is alright now." 1 page, 4to, "Buffalo Bill's Wild West" stationery; minor chipping at right edge, folds. Np, 17 February 1913

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HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER VON. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, a 15-line quotation from Dante’s Inferno with holograph citation:

Lot 57: HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER VON. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, a 15-line quotation from Dante’s Inferno with holograph citation:

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Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER VON. Autograph Manuscript, unsigned, a 15-line quotation from Dante's Inferno with holograph citation: 'Dell' anima vegetative e intellettiva. Dante C. XXV. V. 61,' in Italian, with holograph date, in French. Humboldt's name written in an unknown hand, lower right. 4 1/4x7 1/4 inches; some uneven fading to text, faint scattered dampstaining, folds, 2-inch closed tear at lower edge affecting date and text (with minor loss) repaired verso with tissue. Paris, 12 February 1820

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MOLTKE, HELMUTH VON. Autograph Letter Signed, “Gr[af]Moltke / Feldmarschall,” to Empress Augusta, in German,

Lot 66: MOLTKE, HELMUTH VON. Autograph Letter Signed, “Gr[af]Moltke / Feldmarschall,” to Empress Augusta, in German,

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Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: MOLTKE, HELMUTH VON. Autograph Letter Signed, 'Gr[af]Moltke / Feldmarschall,' to Empress Augusta, in German, thanking her for birthday wishes. 1 page, 4to; faint scattered staining, moderate toning overall, folds, remnants of prior mounting along right edge verso. Creisau [Krzyzowa], 27 October 1882

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MUSSOLINI, BENITO. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot 67: MUSSOLINI, BENITO. Autograph Letter Signed, "Mussolini," as Head of Government, to Finance Minister Giuseppe Volpi, in Italian,

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: "THE ITALIAN CONSTITUENTS ARE TRULY ADMIRABLE" MUSSOLINI, BENITO. Autograph Letter Signed, "Mussolini," as Head of Government, to Finance Minister Giuseppe Volpi, in Italian, expressing admiration for the Italian constituents, urging that they nevertheless must pay taxes "which are still the same as when Milan had 171 thousand inhabitants, while today there are 882 thousand!" 1 page, 4to, "Il Presidente" stationery, with integral blank; tiny hole at upper left, horizontal fold. (TFC) Np, 4 January 1926

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ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Samuel H. McVitty,

Lot 118: ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Samuel H. McVitty,

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: TO FELLOW COLLECTOR ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Samuel H. McVitty, sending his autograph. 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, with integral blank; horizontal fold. (TFC) Washington, 7 June 1933

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