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19th-CENTURY NEW ENGLAND SIGNATURE QUILT - Bearing 168 ink signatures of presidents, Civil War officers and generals, congressmen, writers, abolitionist, suffragists, scientists, and others. ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY - “Little Women” Author, Louisa May Alcott, Inscribes a Photograph Using the Name of a Character from Charles Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY - Discussing Details of a Theatrical Production in Concord: “The actors laughed so it was difficult to go on”
19th-CENTURY NEW ENGLAND SIGNATURE QUILT - Bearing 168 ink signatures of presidents, Civil War officers and generals, congressmen, writers, abolitionist, suffragists, scientists, and others. ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY - “Little Women” Author, Louisa May Alcott, Inscribes a Photograph Using the Name of a Character from Charles Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY - Discussing Details of a Theatrical Production in Concord: “The actors laughed so it was difficult to go on”
BEGIN, MENACHEM - Typed Letter Signed by Menachem Begin, Israel’s Nobel Peace Prize Winning Prime Minister BIERCE, AMBROSE - Regarding royalties for his 1909 volume of essays, 'The Shadow on the Dial,' for which the recipient of our letter penned the introduction BOYLE, KAY - ALS about photos of the writer
BEGIN, MENACHEM - Typed Letter Signed by Menachem Begin, Israel’s Nobel Peace Prize Winning Prime Minister BIERCE, AMBROSE - Regarding royalties for his 1909 volume of essays, 'The Shadow on the Dial,' for which the recipient of our letter penned the introduction BOYLE, KAY - ALS about photos of the writer
COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE - An amusing, friendly and unpublished letter mentioning Jenny Lind's celebrated American tour COWARD, NOEL - Dramatic signed and inscribed photo: “May I after 23 years venture to call you Irene?” DE QUINCEY, THOMAS - 'Confessions of an English Opium Eater' author writes: 'An illness of a very depressing character, though departed as regards itself, has left behind a nervous agitation making it painful for me to enter any scene of excitement'
COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE - An amusing, friendly and unpublished letter mentioning Jenny Lind's celebrated American tour COWARD, NOEL - Dramatic signed and inscribed photo: “May I after 23 years venture to call you Irene?” DE QUINCEY, THOMAS - 'Confessions of an English Opium Eater' author writes: 'An illness of a very depressing character, though departed as regards itself, has left behind a nervous agitation making it painful for me to enter any scene of excitement'
DISRAELI, BENJAMIN - Disraeli writes to his sister on the eve of his wedding DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT - One of Fitzgerald's last letters: 'You can tell him the truth - that I've been quite sick again, that I'm in debt and need [the money]'
DISRAELI, BENJAMIN - Disraeli writes to his sister on the eve of his wedding DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED "BOSIE." - Oscar Wilde’s Infamous Lover Writes to the Author of Les Amours d’Oscar Wilde FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT - One of Fitzgerald's last letters: 'You can tell him the truth - that I've been quite sick again, that I'm in debt and need [the money]'
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