Typed letter signed, one page.

GREGORY, Horace.

Publication Date: 1936
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Horizontal creases where folded; fine. Agreeing, in some detail, to participate in a lecture series at Syracuse on "Trends in Contemporary Poetry.". Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Typed letter signed, one page.
Publication Date: 1936

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JONES, Howard Mumford.
Published by Harvard University, (1937)
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Book Description Harvard University, 1937. Creased where folded; fine. Recommending several candidates for instructor in Renaissance and Seventeenth Century studies. Seller Inventory # 47251

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Book Description February 5, 1937., New York, 1937. Creased where folded to fit an envelope; fine. Granting permission to reprint a story by William March, as long as the author consents. Seller Inventory # 47242

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KRONENBERGER, Louis.
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Book Description March 19, no year., London, Creased where folded; fine. Explaining in detail why he cannot give a series of lectures. Seller Inventory # 47254

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MUMFORD, Lewis.
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Book Description Amenia, New York, 1936. Creased where folded; fine. Declining an invitation, with regret, due to "the uncertainties of a writer's plans.". Seller Inventory # 47250

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Book Description No Binding. Condition: Good/very good. (12.5 x 11.5cms.). Approximately 150 words. Helena Millais made her first broadcast on November 21st, 1922. Her character, 'Our Lizzie' was a forerunner of Mabel Constanduras' 'Mrs. Buggins' CONDITION: Some rust-marking from pin; otherwise good/very good. Seller Inventory # 35640

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Book Description Signed Letter, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. A unique item. Offered is an original, typed and signed one-page letter with mailing envelope (postmarked 14 APR 1989 out of Denver, Colorado) from Katherine S. Thomas to artist David Hockney which reads in part: "As I explained in a letter of 23 Feb., I am an art student at the University of Colorado. I spent last term in London and I saw your retrospective at the Tate gallery where 'Rocky Mountains and Tired Indians' inspired me to write a paper about the summer you spent in Boulder in 1965. Although I was unable to talk with you while I was in California last month, I would very much like to correspond with you either by mail or telephone about that period.". Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 007224

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Book Description Mark Glabman, 1988. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A unique item. Offered is an original, typed and signed one-page letter (lacks original envelope and attachments) dated August 26, 1988 from Mark Glabman to the David Hockney Studio regarding four of David Hockney's artworks. Typed on Mr. Gladman's stationery out of Los Angeles, California, the letter reads as follows: "AUGUST 26, 1988 - DAVID HOCKNEY STUDIO - I'm sure you'll be pleased to know the location of the four works of art I have in Los Angeles. I have included transparencies for your records, and black & white prints to be used as a certificate to verify authenticity. Could you please sign the photo-certificates and date them. Also, any additional information for our records would be appreciated. I will inform your studio as to the purchaser of the works. The painting TREE? is described as Indian ink & oil on canvas. Is there any printing in the black area or any other materials used? I've also included photo-copies from the books illustrating the drawings. I hope this is helpful. THANK YOU - [signature] MARK GLABMAN - If anyone would like to see these works, please call and I will make the arrangements." A light green post-it note is placed on the letter by David Hockney Studio staff ("Information recorded and i/t's filed"). Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 009772

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Long, John D.
Published by Washington DC (1897)
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Book Description Washington DC, 1897. Condition: Very good. Long is writing Phillips regarding a memorial to a Alexander H. Rice that took place in Boston. He suggests that Phillips write to the Mayor of Boston to secure a copy of the memorial. J. John Davis Long (1838-1915) was an American lawyer, politician, and writer from Massachusetts. He was the 32nd Governor of Massachusetts, serving from 1880 to 1883. He later served as the Secretary of the Navy from 1897 to 1902, a period that included the primarily naval Spanish-American War. As President McKinley's Secretary of the Navy, he modernized that department. Seller Inventory # 18236

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Science Fiction - Knight, Damon
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Book Description Privately Printed, Eugene, 1977. Loose Sheets. Condition: Fine. First edition. Single sheet with half page typed letter from Knight to Wolf responding to an invitation to speak at the University Library at the University of Nevada. Includes original envelope. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 13997

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Published by Arts Umbrella (1989)
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Book Description Arts Umbrella, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. A unique item. Offered is an original typed and signed one-page letter from Carol Jackson, Chairman, and Carol Henriquez, Executive Director, of Arts Umbrella out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (lacking the original envelope and attachments). Requesting an art donation from Mr. Hockney for their upcoming auction, the letter reads in part: "Dear David: Arts Umbrella, Vancouver's visual and performing art centre, is now entering its second decade, but we can not do it alone. We need your help. Each year Arts Umbrella hosts, at its Granville Island centre, a gala art auction, dinner and dance [entitled] "Splash" - We would be very honoured if you would support Splash. Donations of art pieces by generous artists, like yourself, ensure the success of Arts Umbrella's most important fundraiser - The medium is boxes, which will be stretched canvasses on wooden frames, available in a choice of three forms and sizes, supplied to you by Arts Umbrella - We rely strongly on community support to enable us to supply bursaries for families unable to pay, as well as for free workshops for the artistically gifted and programs for east end and inner city schools, hospitals and special needs programs." Brown coffee stain to upper right area and lower right area of letter, not affecting the text or signatures; previously folded once for mailing purposes. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 009775

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