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  • GILBERT ARTHUR ÀBECKETT English satirist who flouted the law to poke fun at Prime Minister Gladstone. Autograph Letter signed: "Gilbert àBeckett", 1p, 4¼x7. Camden Hill (England), 1881 July 2. To "Mr.

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    $320.00

  • GILBERT ARTHUR ÀBECKETT Satirical playwright and writer for Punch and the Sunday Times Autograph Note signed twice: "Gilbert àBeckett", "G A B", 1p, 4¼x7. South Kensington (England), 1885 November 5. To "Mr. Swain", in full: "Mr.

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    $280.00

  • FRANK W. ABAGNALE JR.The imposter who was the subject of the hugely successful film Catch Me If You Can signed this news clipping featuring a brief summary of his book Autograph Note Signed: “To / Henry, / Best wishes / Frank W. Abagnale” in black felt tip. 6x4. Dated July 18, 1980.

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  • FRANK ABAGNALE, JR. Shown during his appearance on the TV quiz show To Tell the Truth in this black and white photograph. Photograph signed: "F.W. Abagnale". B/w, 10x8. Shown during his appearance on the TV quiz show, To Tell the Truth. Frank William Abagnale, Jr.

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  • GEORGE ABBE. First Day Cover signed: "George Abbe", 6½x3¾. FDC in the Literary Art Series honoring John Steinbeck, 15-cent stamp affixed, postmarked Salinas, CA, February 27, 1979, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE.

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    $80.00

  • GEORGE ABBE and WITTER BYNNER. TLS: "George Abbe", 1p, 8½x11. West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1958 January 25. To fellow poet and novelist Witter Bynner. In full: "It is

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  • [LYMAN ABBOTT]; HARRIET FRANCES ABBOTT Letter written on Reverend Lyman's behalf and signed (only) by his daughter Manuscript Letter signed: "Harriet F. Abbott", 2 pages (integral), 5x8. Brooklyn, New York, 1894 March 10. To Miss Millie P. Denike, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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  • JACOB ABBOTT Autograph Sentiment signed in 1875 Autograph Sentiment signed: "With the kind regards/and best wishes/of/Jacob Abbott/Farmington, Me./Aug. 1875", 5x2¾. Jacob Abbott (1803-1879), a

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  • JOHN S. C. ABBOTT The clergyman and prolific biographer signed this slip two years before his death. Signature: "John S. C. Abbott/Fair Haven,/Connecticut/June 14th 1875", 4x3 slip, attached to a 7¾x5 card.

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    $90.00

  • JOHN S.C. ABBOTT He handwrites and signs a familiar quotation whose original author is unknown. Autograph Quotation signed: "John S.C. Abbott", 3x1¾ card. Fair Haven, Conn., 1873 July 14.In full: "'Count that day lost whose low descending sun views at thy hand, no worthy action done''".

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  • BARCLAY ACHESON His signature as editor of Readers Digest, in pencil on an album leaf bearing his newspaper photo Signature: "Barclay Acheson/Readers Digest" in pencil, 4½x album leaf. Newspaper photo affixed to left of signature. Typed caption: Barclay Acheson/Associate editor Readers Digest 1936.

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    $80.00

  • HELEN ADAMThe poet pens a letter to a fan revealing that she is “still writing” and includes a list of her books in print. Extremely rare! Autograph Letter signed: "Helen Adam", 3p, 6x9, separate sheets. New York, New York, 1985 March 2. To "Dear Rick Godby".

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    $320.00

  • LOUIS ADAMIC Black and white publicity photograph of Louis Adamic in a suit and tie. Photograph signed: "Louis Adamic 1942". B/w, 4x6¼. Lightly creased at upper right margin. Minor surface creases and striations (not evident head on). Pencil note (unknown hand) on verso (no show through).

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    $140.00

  • LOUIS ADAMIC He signs the program for his World War II lecture: "This Crisis is an Opportunity." Program signed: "Louis Adamic/1942", 20 pages, folded to 5½x8½. Program for a lecture he presented to the International Institute of Milwaukee County [Wisconsin] and cooperating organizations, 1942 November 16.

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  • LÉONIE ADAMS Signed autograph letter (1977), discussing her frail health and poetic achievements, and confessing, "just now I am out of fashion." Autograph Letter signed: "Léonie Adams", 2 pages (front and verso), 6x7. New Milford, Connecticut, 1977 May 10. On personal letterhead to "Dear Mr.

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    $280.00

  • CHARLES F. ADAMS, JR. Grandson of John Quincy Adams. Autograph Sentiment Signed: "Very respectfully/C.F. Adams", 1p, 4¾x3¼. Charles Francis Adams, Jr. (1835-1915) served as President of the Union Pacific Railroad from 1884-1890.

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  • CINDY ADAMS Index card signed with New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams' "Best regards" Autograph sentiment signed "Best regards/Cindy/Adams" in blue ink. Erased pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. 5x3 card.

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    $100.00

  • JAMES TRUSLOW ADAMS. Signature: "James Truslow Adams/July 23, 1940", 5x3 card. A professional stockbroker, Adams (1878-1949) won the Pulitzer Prize in History (1922) for The Founding of New England, one of his many historical studies. His The Epic of America was widely translated.

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    $70.00

  • JAMES TRUSLOW ADAMS. TLS: "James Truslow Adams", 1p, 6¼x8. London, 1935 October 1. To Mr. Roberts. In full: "Your letter of the 11th. September has been delayed in reaching me owing to the fact that I am now in England.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

  • JOEY ADAMS Index card signed by comedian Joey Adams. He was a long-time humor columnist for the New York Post and president of the American Guild of Variety Artists. Signature: "Joey Adams". Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. 1 page, 5x3. The career of American comedian Adams (1911-1999), born Joseph Abramowitz, spanned six decades.

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    $80.00

  • JOEY ADAMS The actor sends a letter to actress Phyllis Diller Autograph Letter Signed: "Pal/Joey", 1 page, 4¼x5½. No place, no date. On personal letterhead to "My dear Phyllis". In full: "Your check was Beautiful and so are you. Love - and thanks from Cindy and Pal Joey".

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    $120.00

  • JOEY ADAMS Card signed with "the Best" by comedian Joey Adams. He was a long-time humor columnist for the New York Post and president of the American Guild of Variety Artists. Autograph note signed "To Bud/the Best/Joe Adams". 1 page, 6x3½. The career of American comedian Adams (1911-1999), born Joseph Abramowitz, spanned six decades.

    Sale Price $72.00

    $80.00

  • JOEY ADAMS Index card signed "Sholom!" by comedian Joey Adams. He was a long-time humor columnist for the New York Post and president of the American Guild of Variety Artists. Autograph sentiment signed "Sholom!/Joey Adams". Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. 1 page, 5x3.

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • JOEY ADAMS Shown in a comic routine on an early TV stage Photograph inscribed and signed: "to George -/all my best/Joey Adams". B/w, 7x9. The career of American comedian Adams (1911-1999), born Joseph Abramowitz, spanned six decades.

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  • JOEY ADAMS The actor sends a typed letter to actress Phyllis Diller Typed Letter signed: "Pal Joey", 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y., no date, pencil note (unknown hand) in upper margin: "Feb 1976". On letterhead of The Actors Youth Fund to "My dear Phyllis [Diller]".

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    $120.00

  • WILLIAM T. "OLIVER OPTIC" ADAMS William T. Adams signs this card with his real and pseudonym name, "Oliver Optic". Signature: "William T Adams/"Oliver Optic", 4¼x2¼. William T. "Oliver Optic" Adams (1822-1897) taught in Boston public schools (1845-1865).

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    $80.00

  • WILLIAM T. ADAMS William T. Adams signs this card with his real and pseudonym name, "Oliver Optic". Signature: "William T. Adams/'Oliver Optic'/Boston, Jan 25, 1884.", 4x2¼ card. William T. "Oliver Optic" Adams (1822-1897) taught in Boston public schools (1845-1865).

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    $80.00

  • OLIVER OPTIC (WILLIAM T. ADAMS) Card signed with both his legal name and his pen name, signed in Boston in 1878 3½x2¼, card. William T. "Oliver Optic" Adams (1822-1897) taught in Boston public schools (1845-1865).

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    $80.00

  • WILLIAM T. "OLIVER OPTIC" ADAMS William T. Adams signs this card with his real and pseudonym name, "Oliver Optic" while in Boston on October 4, 1890. Signature: "William T Adams/"Oliver Optic/Boston, Oct 4, 1890", 3¾x2¾. William T.

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    $80.00

  • WILLIAM T. "OLIVER OPTIC" ADAMS Oliver Optic advised someone to "Aim High" with this card, signed with his pen name "Oliver Optic" and his real name Autograph quotation signed: "'Aim high."/William T Adams/"Oliver Optic.". 3x1¾. William T.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

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