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  • S. AUSTIN ALLIBONE Signed autograph poem contrasting men and women, inscribed to a woman Autograph Poem inscribed and signed: "For Mrs. M. E. Brooks/S. Austin Allibone", 1 page, 6¾x8¾. New York, 1881 April 19. read more...

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  • A. R. AMMONS He signs his autograph poem "Script." Autograph Poem signed: "A. R. Ammons/May 1976", 1p, 8½x11. In full: "Script The blackbird takes out From the read more...

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  • A. R. AMMONS He signs his one-verse poem "Snow of the." Typed Poem signed: "A R Ammons", 1p, 8½x11. Complete text of his poem, "Snow of the." Archie Randolph Ammons (1926-2001) began writing poems while serving in the US Navy in the Pacific during World War II. His first published volume, Ommateum with Doxology, appeared in 1955. read more...

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  • A. R. AMMONS His signs poem "The Perfect Journey Is" Typed Poem signed: "A. R. Ammons", 8¼x11. The complete text of this poem, which begins: "The perfect journey is/no need to go." Archie Randolph Ammons (1926-2001) began writing poems while serving in the US Navy in the Pacific during World War II. His first published volume, Ommateum with Doxology, appeared in 1955. read more...

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  • A. R. AMMONS His signs poem "One Must Recall as One Mourns the Dead." Typed Poem signed: "A R Ammons", 1p, 8½x11. Complete text of his poem, "One Must Recall as One Mourns the Dead." Archie Randolph Ammons (1926-2001) began writing poems while serving in the US Navy in the Pacific during World War II. His first published volume, Ommateum with Doxology, appeared in 1955. read more...

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  • A. R. AMMONS He signs his poem "Fundamental Constant." Typed Poem signed: "A R Ammons", 1p, 8½x11. Complete text of his poem, "Fundamental Constant." Archie Randolph Ammons (1926-2001) began writing poems while serving in the US Navy in the Pacific during World War II. His first published volume, Ommateum with Doxology, appeared in 1955. read more...

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  • HOWARD BARRINGTON He sends a collection of poems to his friend John Willis, chief editor of Theatre World, titled Land's End: Poems for Sensitive Souls Inscribed poem signed: "To John Willis,/A very nice/friend to meet along/the way/Howard Barrington.", 27 pages, 8½x11. read more...

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  • HOWARD BARRINGTON He sends two poems to his friend John Willis, chief editor of Theatre World, signing the poem entitled, "A Yuletide Model" Inscribed poem signed: "To John/Merry Xmas/Howard.", 1 page, 8½x11. Poem entitled "A Yuletide Model." Accompanied by unsigned poem, "Growing Young. read more...

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  • WILLIAM ROSE BENET The poet inscribes and signs a printed copy of his "Prayer for England", a moving tribute to a nation then fighting alone against Hitler ("midnight's lord of lies.") Poem inscribed and signed: "For Jessie Wainwright/from William Rose Benet/January 2, 1941" on cover, 4 pages, 5x8. read more...

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  • PARK BENJAMIN SR. Handwritten copy of his well-known poem "The Departed", signed in black ink. Extremely rare! Autograph poem signed: "Park Benjamin/ Norwich, March 25, 1848" in black ink. 1 page, front and verso, 7½x9¼. March 25, 1848. Norwich, New York. read more...

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  • ROBERT BLY Bly signs a printed/numbered copy of his poem Late At Night During A Visit of Friends Poem Inscribed and signed: "For Nora Zah/Robert Bly/8", 1p. 8 ½ x11, printed and captioned, titled Late At Night During A Visit of Friends, No. 8 of 150. read more...

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  • ROBERT BLY Bly signs a typed copy of his poem Looking Into A Face Poem signed: "Robert Bly", 1p. 8 ½ x11, embellished paper, titled LOOKING INTO A FACE. American poet, author and activist, Robert Bly (born 1926 in Minnesota), joined the Navy in 1944 and after serving 2 years returned to college. read more...

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  • MAXWELL BODENHEIM Signed typed copy of author Maxwell Bodenheim's poem Sincerely Yours, Culture Poem signed "Maxwell Bodenheim". 1 page, 7x10, thin paper. Titled: "Sincerely Yours, Culture". 14-line poem. read more...

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  • Bohemian poet Maxwell Bodenheim signed and dated this copy of his poem Incident, taken from an unknown collection of poetry, in 1953, less than five months before Bodenheim's stabbing death on Feb. 6, 1954. read more...

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  • PHILIP BOOTH He has handwritten his 4-line poem "Vermont," inscribing it to a Special Education class and explaining its meaning. Autograph Poem inscribed and signed: "Philip Booth", 1p , 8½x11. His 4-line poem, "Vermont". In full: "That narrow sea./A hard riptide. read more...

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  • PHILIP BOOTH His typed poem "Dark", signed in lower margin. Poem signed: "Philip Booth", 1 page, 8½x11. The first book published by Philip Booth (1925-2007), Letters from a Distant Land, was the Lamont Poetry Selection in 1956. read more...

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  • PHILIP BOOTH He signs a copy of his 3-verse poem "Dreamscape". Typed Poem signed: "Philip Booth", 1p , 8½x11. His 3-stanza poem, "Dreamscape." The first book published by Philip Booth (1925-2007), Letters from a Distant Land, was the Lamont Poetry Selection in 1956. read more...

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  • KAY BOYLE She signs a typed copy of her 1965 "A Short Poem in Color". Poem signed: "Kay Boyle", 1 page, 8½x11. Her 15-line verse, "A Short Poem in Color", originally written in 1965. American author Kay Boyle (1902-1992) lived most of her young adult life among avant-garde writers in Europe, returning to the US after World War II. read more...

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  • RAY BRADBURY Ray Bradbury inscribes his 1991 Christmas Poem to a friend. Poem inscribed and signed: "Bill!-/Ray/Bradbury", 1p, 8½x11. Ray Bradbury poem titled A Christmas Wish 1991. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is the favorite science fiction writer of many readers who don't normally like SF. read more...

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  • RAY BRADBURY Ray Bradbury signs a copy of his poem We Have Our Arts So We Won't Die of Truth. Poem signed: "Ray Bradbury", 1p, 8½x11. Text of We Have Our Arts So We Won't Die of Truth. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is the favorite science fiction writer of many readers who don't normally like SF. read more...

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  • RAY BRADBURY Ray Bradbury signs a copy of his poem Out of Dickinson By Poe, Or The Only Begotten Son of Emily and Edgar. Poem signed: "Ray Bradbury", 1p, 8½x11. Text of Out of Dickinson By Poe, Or The Only Begotten Son of Emily and Edgar. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is the favorite science fiction writer of many readers who don't normally like SF. read more...

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  • RAY BRADBURY Ray Bradbury signs a copy of his poem Byzantium Byzantium. Poem signed: "Ray Bradbury", 1p, 8½x11. Text of Byzantium Byzantium. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is the favorite science fiction writer of many readers who don't normally like SF. read more...

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  • RAY BRADBURY Ray Bradbury signs a copy of his poem of The Syncopated Hunchbacked Man. Poem signed: "Ray Bradbury", 1p, 8½x11. Text of The Syncopated Hunchbacked Man. Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is the favorite science fiction writer of many readers who don't normally like SF. read more...

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  • GWENDOLYN BROOKS. Typescript signed: "Gwendolyn Brooks," 1p, ½x11. Her 13-line poem, "The Bean Eaters." Ornate border at top in color. On parchment-like paper. Begins: "They eat beans mostly, this old yellow pair./Dinner is a casual affair./Plain chipware on a plain and creaking wood,/Tin flatware. read more...

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  • GWENDOLYN BROOKS. Typed Poem signed: "Gwendolyn Brooks", 1p, 8½x11. Titled: "When Handed a Lemon, Make Lemonade". Three stanzas of a poem by an anonymous author. Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000) won the Pulitzer Prize in 1950 for her second book of poetry, Annie Allen, becoming the first Black author to receive the honor. read more...

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  • GELETT BURGESS His poem "Interruption", signed with his name and a self-caricature Poem signed: "Gelett Burgess/[ crude drawing of a man's head]", 6x4. His 4-line poem "Interruption". read more...

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  • GELETT BURGESS His short poem "Patience", signed with his name and self-caricature Typed Poem signed: "Gelett Burgess/[ crude drawing of a man's head]", 6x4. His poem "Patience". read more...

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  • WITTER BYNNER Ink signature on his four-stanza, typed poem, "A Farmer Remembers Lincoln" Poem signed: "Witter Bynner", 1p, 7¼x10½. On imprinted letterhead from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Headed: "A Farmer Remembers Lincoln:". read more...

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  • GEORGE H. CALVERT Handwritten poem about meditation Autograph Poem signed: "G. H. Calvert", 11x7. Newport, Rhode Island, 1869 June 20. His 8-line poem, beginning, "There is a deeper deep than thought". Editor, essayist, dramatist, poet, biographer and scholar George Henry "G. H. read more...

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  • LUCY CLEVELAND The poet writes a verse on Egyptian images and mythology, signs name twice in black ink Autograph poem signed twice: "Lucy Cleveland" and "Lucy Cleveland/ "Poet Lore" - Boston/ 1899" in black ink. 2 pages, 4x6¼. read more...

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