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SWING, Raymond (1887-1968)

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World War One war correspondent, later a foreign correspondent and radio commentator for the BBC, ABC and the Voice of America, where his liberal stance earned him attention from the infamous House Committee on Un-American Activities. TNS, 1p, 5" X 8", Washington, DC, 1946 January 24. Addressed to Dorothy Smith. Near fine. Obliges an autograph collector. Bookseller Inventory #

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Frankel, Max.
Published by New York: February 5, 1982. (1982)
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Book Description New York: February 5, 1982., 1982. Condition: Very good. - 24 words typed on a cream sheet of New York Times letterhead with the newspaper's address printed at the top and Frankel's title "Max Frankel / Editor, Editorial Page" below & to the left. The New York Times watermark appears in the lower right corner of the letterhead. Dated February 5, 1982. Signed "Max Frankel" in black ink. The letterhead is lightly bumped. Folded twice for mailing. Near fine. Frankel writes to Mrs. Robert E. Sherwood, widow of the playwright: "I am, sorry to say, not the author", but as the responsible editor, he thanks her for her kind note.Max Frankel was born in Germany in 1930 and came to the United States in 1940. He spent a long and brilliant career at the New York Times, joining the paper as a full-time reporter in 1952. After the war, he spent some time as a foreign correspondent, then served as chief Washington correspondent and head of the Washington bureau from 1968 to 1971. He was editor of the editorial page from 1977 to 1986 and executive editor of the paper from 1986 to 1994. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 for his coverage of Richard Nixon's trip to China. Seller Inventory # 31539

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Adams, James Truslow. (1878-1949). American writer and historian, author of a three-volume history of New England.
Published by New York: April 13th, 1933. (1933)
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Book Description New York: April 13th, 1933., 1933. Condition: Good. - A few lines to an autograph collector typed on a 7 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide partial sheet of Hotel New Weston, New York letterhead. The bottom edge is somewhat uneven where the lower section of the letterhead appears to have been excised. The top edge of the letterhead is darkened with slight darkening to its left side. Remnants of tape adhere to the verso where the note has been removed from an album. Folded twice for mailing. Good. James Truslow Adams [1878-1949] was an American author and historian who helped to popularize the work of scholars of American history. He gained national attention for his three-volume history of New England [1921-26], winning the Pulitzer Prize for the first volume. Both this work and his social history of the colonial era "Provincial Society, 1690-1763" [1927] were well received by scholars. Adams produced a steady stream of popular books and articles. His "Epic of America" was an international best-seller and was included in Life Magazine's list of the 100 outstanding books of 1924-1944. Seller Inventory # 37009

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Lindsay, Sir Ronald Charles. [1877-1945]. British civil servant and diplomat who served as British Ambassador to the United States from 1930 to 1939.
Published by Washington, DC: February 27th, 1933. (1933)
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Book Description Washington, DC: February 27th, 1933., 1933. Condition: Good. - A few words typed on a 5-3/8 inch high by 4-5/8 inch wide sheet of British Embassy note paper with the British royal crest embossed in blind at the top. Signed "R. C. Lindsay" .The note paper is unevenly darkened. A brief notation is penciled on the verso with remnants of tape where the item has been removed from an album. Good. Lindsay sends a brief note to a collector: "I have much pleasure in complying with your request for my autograph / R. C. Lindsay".British civil servant and diplomat Sir Ronald Charles Lindsay [1877-1945] served successively in the 1920s as Ambassador to Turkey, Ambassador to Germany and Permanent Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs. From 1930 to 1939 he served an unusually long term as British Ambassador to the United States. His tenure was extended because of his effectiveness as a diplomat and the growing importance of American assistance during the years leading up to World War II. His last major official act was to host the 1939 Royal Garden Party for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth during the first visit to the United States by a reigning British monarch. Seller Inventory # 37010

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Book Description 19 May , with letterhead 63 Hamilton Terrace., 1900. Playwright (1855-1934), knighted in 1909. One page, 8vo. "19th May, 1900. / Dear Mr Burton, / Many thanks. / Yours very truly / Arthur W. Pinero". In bad condition, with tear through signature and paper and glue from mount stuck to reverse. Seller Inventory # 810

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William Leonard Courtney (1850-1928), British critic and editor of the 'Fortnightly Review'
Published by 19 November ; on letterhead 53 Gordon Square, W.C. [London]. (1907)
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Book Description 19 November ; on letterhead 53 Gordon Square, W.C. [London]., 1907. One page, on piece of paper roughly seven inches by eight wide. On aged paper laid down on a piece of card, and with some wear and paper and glue stains. 'My dear Madam, | In reply to your letter of Novr. 18th, I have pleasure in sending you my autograph, as you desire.' Four-line printed biographical cutting in bottom right-hand corner. Seller Inventory # 5369

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Sybil Thorndike
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Book Description 1964. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original 1964 typed autograph letter, hand signed by Dame Sybil Thorndike (1882 - 1976), English actress. with additional manuscript note in Thorndike's hand at the end of the letter. Measures 18cm by 13.5cm My ref 17/06/18. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 0683

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Blackshear, Helen F.
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Book Description Condition: Near Fine. Near Fine. Brief note to Robert Jemison, prominent Birmingham, Alabama, businessman of yesteryear. Blackshear was the poet laureate of Alabama. Seller Inventory # 006589

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Book Description No Binding. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. March 1, 1987. 5-1/2" x 8". A short note to another writer, lamenting a missed chance both to meet and to publish a piece in a literary magazine. Fine. Seller Inventory # 012773

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Published by 4 March , Lyric Theatre, London. (1903)
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Book Description 4 March , Lyric Theatre, London., 1903. American actress (1874-1950), sister of Maxine Elliott. One page, 12mo, mounted on a piece of card. "Dear Madam / Pray accept my hearty thanks for so kindly subscribing to the Actors Benevolent Fund. Seller Inventory # 1061

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Book Description 30 May , on the letterhead of the Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly., 1896. English actor-manager (1837-1919), knighted in 1902. One page, 8vo. "I shall be delighted to come and lunch with you on Thursday, June 11th., if that will suit your convenience, and the invalid promises to be quite well by that time!" Traces of mount glued to reverse of blank second leaf. Seller Inventory # 884

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