AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT on card

PHILLIPS, Wendell (1811-1884)lawyer, orator, reformer.

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Phillips writes: Peace if possible | Justice at any rate - | Wendell Phillips | 1883" Very good. Bookseller Inventory #

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Dodge, Mary Abigail
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Book Description NP, NP, 1885. S Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. NP: NP. 1885. S Paperback. Near Fine. 1 page (2 1/2" x 4" card; recto only). Short holograph sentiment, with her pen-name at end: "I give you my / autograph with great pleasure / Gail Hamilton". Slight browning to edges; else a well-preserved example. Dodge (1833-96), Massachusetts-born author, essayist and editor, generally under the pseudonym "Gail Hamilton"; co-editor of "Our Young Folks" (with J. T. Trowbridge and Lucy Larcom, 1865-67); known for her anti-suffragist writings ("Country Living and Country Thinking", 1862; "Woman's Wrongs : A Counter-Irritant", 1868; etc); also for her biography of James G. Blaine (1895) and her 1901 volume of "Gail Hamilton's Life in Letters". Inscribed By Author. Seller Inventory # L055212

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Book Description NP, NP. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Autograph. Signed in black ink: "Sincerely Yours Hilda Spong" on card, 3.5 x 1.75 inches. Hilda Spong (1875 - 1955), acclaimed English actress of stage and screen Size: 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall. Signed by Author. Collectible. Seller Inventory # 00508206

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MALATESTA, Pompilio 1879-
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Book Description On card stock 60 x 98 mm., laid down to mounting sheet 85 x 119 mm. Malatesta is thought to have made debut in 1898 at the Teatro Quirino in Roma as Guritano in ''Ruy Blas.'' He sang at Covent Garden in London in 1914, joined the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1915 and sang there for many seasons. Seller Inventory # 29433

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Book Description 1886. "avec mes meilleurs remerciements", no place, no date, c. small tear on top edge Boulanger was made minister of war as prot‚g‚ of CLEMENCEAU (Georges, 1841-1929, French Statesman). Seller Inventory # 5191

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TRANTOUL, Antonoin 1887-1966
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Book Description Visiting card 62 x 85 mm., mounting sheet 140 x 185 mm. A pupil of Jean de Reszke in Paris, Trantoul made his stage debut in 1911 at the opera house of Nimes as Des Grieux in Massenet's Manon - the beginning of a big career. From 1920-24 he was at the Opéra-Comique in Paris and from 1923-35 was also at the Grand Opera. His roles included the title character in Gounod's Faust, the Duke in Rigoletto, title characters in Lohengrin and Don Carlos, Manrico in Il Trovatore and the title character in Pizzetti's Fra Gherardo (he had sung the world premiere at La Scala on May 16, 1928). He also participated in the world premieres of Charles-Marie Widor's Nerto (1924), and, at the Opéra-Comique, Henri Busser's Les noces corinthiennes (May 10, 1922). Toscanini was fond of his voice and summoned him to La Scala, where he appeared until 1931. In 1926 he had the high point of his career when he sang the title role in Don Carlo." Forgotten Opera Singers website. Seller Inventory # 29430

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Book Description On card stock 70 x 107 mm.Narrow 8 mm. abraided area to upper portion of recto from former mounting tape. Pietro had his debut at the Met on November 9, 1909 in Aida and created roles in two of Puccini's operas, that of Harry in La fanciulla del West and of the song vendor in Il Tabarro. Seller Inventory # 29431

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CADMAN, Samuel Parkes.
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Book Description No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 500970

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Paderewski, Ignace Jan (Ignacy)
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Book Description NP, NP, 1902. Single Sheet. Condition: Very Good. Autograph. Signed and inscribed in black ink on card, 3.25 x 1.5 inches: "with very best wishes of I. J. Paderewski" (with paraph). Paderewski (1860-1941), Polish composer, musician, and statesman. Size: 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall. Signed by Author. Collectible. Seller Inventory # 00508211

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Gibson, William Hamilton
Published by New York (1886)
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Book Description New York, 1886. Letters are one page and three pages. 1 vols. 12mo. Gibson (1850-1896) was a nature writer and illustrator. He illustrated S. A. Drake's In the Heart of the White Mountains, C. D. Warner's New South, and E. P. Roe's Nature's Serial Story; and his own books, The Complete American Trapper (1876; vised, 1880, as Camp Life in the Woods); Pastoral Days: or, Memories of a New England Year (1880); Highways and Byways :I882); Happy Hunting Grounds (1886); Strolls by Starlight and Sunshine (189f); Sharp Eyes: a Rambler's Calendar (1891); Our Edible Mushrooms and Toadstools (1895); Eye Spy: Afield with Vature among Flowers and Animate Things (1897); and My Studio Neighbours (1898).In the earlier of the two letters, addressed to Rev. E.V. Strickland, Gibson thanks him for the "kind expressions of your esteem and hasten to send you what I hope will meet your desires. The quotations are from Wordsworth . He has touched me more deeply than any other poet and many of his verses I believe to be divinely inspired."In the second letter, Gibson writes to Benjamin W. Austin, thanking him for his election as "honorary member" of the N.W. Literary and Historical Society."The two signed sentiments Gibson refers two are from Wordsworth: "All which we behold is full of blessings." and "Nature never did betray The heart that loved her." Letters and one of the cards tipped to two larger sheets of blue paper. Fine Letters are one page and three pages. 1 vols. 12mo. Seller Inventory # 43681

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SOUSA, JOHN PHILIP
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Book Description See Discription. No Binding. Condition: Fine. Signed-Autographs Very good SOUSA, John Philip. FULL SIGNATURE and inscription on card ("New York, Jan. 95"). Oblong 12mo. Fine example. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 503623

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