Autograph Letter Signed

Austin, Alfred

Publication Date: 1902
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Two page autograph letter (5 1/4 x 8 1/4 inch) signed by Austin to Harper Brothers, dated April 11, 1902. In the letter Austin states that he wants copies of his latest book to be sent to Mr. Roosevelt, Secretary Hay, and David Munro. Alfred Austin (1835-1913) was a poet, editor, and author of many miscellaneous works. Hew was named poet laureate of England in 1896. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Autograph Letter Signed
Publication Date: 1902
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Collectible-Fine

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Austin Melford [ born Alfred Austyn Melford Smith ] (1884-1971), British actor, screenwriter and film director [ Herman Finck [ born Hermann Van Der Vinck ] (1872-1939), Anglo-Dutch composer ]
Published by On his letterhead 3 The Close St John's Wood N.W.8. London 24 April (1939)
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Book Description On his letterhead 3 The Close St John's Wood N.W.8. London 24 April, 1939. 1p., 4to. In fair condition, on aged and lightly-creased paper. He and his wife send their 'sincerest sympathy' on her 'irreparable loss': 'Herman will be missed sadly by his many, many friends and his passing will leave a void which can never be filled.' The word 'Ans:' is written at the head. Finck's song 'In the Shadows' was one of the last to be played as RMS Titanic went down. Seller Inventory # 19630

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AUSTIN, Alfred.
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Book Description 2 pp. 4½ x 7 inches, folds, in good condition. Swinford Old Manor, 28 August 1902. Alfred Austin (1835-1913), poet laureate. Seller Inventory # 12460

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Alfred Austin (1835-1913), English Poet Laureate from 1896 to his death [Jean-Baptiste François Ernest De Chatelain (1801-1881) and his wife Clara de Chatelain (1807-1876), author]
Published by 67 Queen's Gardens Bayswater. 2 August (1877)
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Book Description 67 Queen's Gardens Bayswater. 2 August, 1877. 2pp., 16mo. 17 lines of text. Good, on lightly-aged paper. He begins by thanking him for 'the History of the Flitch of Bacon Custom at Dunnow. I well remember reading in the papers of 55 the celebration of the fete at which you & poor Made. de Chatelain were the hero & heroine'. He has called on de Chatelain to thank him for the 'Fleurs et Fruits' which he sent him, but did not find him at home. He will try again before leaving town for the autumn, 'which I shall do in a few days'. Seller Inventory # 13829

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