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Autographs from people credited in 1910 Actors' Fund Field Day

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Signature by "the man who owned Broadway" on a 3½x2¼ card, in pencil Signature: "George M. Cohan", 3½x2¼, signed in pencil. George M. Cohan (1878-1942) began his career as a child in Vaudeville as part of The Four Cohans. By the time he was a teen, his original skits and songs were being published and sold.

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan signs a piece of paper with "Yankee Doodlefully" Signature: "Yankee Doodlefully/Geo. M. Cohan", 1p, 3½x2¾. The song "Yankee Doodle Boy" (also known as "Yankee Doodle Dandy") was written by George M. Cohan for his 1904 Broadway show, Little Johnny Jones.George M.

    Sale Price $722.50

    $850.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan sends an autograph letter about a friend resigning from a production. Autograph Letter Signed: "Geo. M.," 1p, 8½x7. New York, Friday (no date). On the blue and gold business stationery of theactor-dancer-author-composer of the Broadway stageand screen.

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Chatty thank you letter, handwritten and signed in pencil, discussing Charles Dickens and the Boston Red Sox Autograph Letter signed: "George M." in pencil, 1 page, 6¾x10. No place, no date, Saturday". To "Dear Anne", in full: "Thanks for the Dickensians.

    Sale Price $637.50

    $750.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Small 7x5 publicity photograph shown singing while playing the piano Photograph signed: "To/ASCAPS/SYLVIA./COHAN/AT/PIANO./All good wishes for/a nice little Lady./Sincerely George. M.". B/w, 7x5. George M. Cohan (1878-1942) began his career as a child in Vaudeville as part of The Four Cohans.

    Sale Price $765.00

    $900.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN Black and white publicity photograph of George M. Cohan in a scene from The Phantom President. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Oscar/your straight/man/George M. Cohan". B/w, 8x10. Movie still from Cohan's first talking picture, The Phantom President (1932). George M.

    Sale Price $637.50

    $750.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan inscribes a menu from a dinner honoring him. Lithographed menu inscribed and signed: "Yes Sir and may we/dine together soon again/George M. Cohan" in pencil, 11x15½. "Dinner to/George M.

    Sale Price $807.50

    $950.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan - "the man who owned Broadway" signs album leaf Inscribed signature: "To Perry/George M. Cohan", 5x4¼ album leaf. George M. Cohan (1878-1942) began his career as a child in Vaudeville as part of The Four Cohans. By the time he was a teen, his original skits and songs were being published and sold.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • GEORGE M. COHAN George M. Cohan sends letter inviting Phillip Dunning to serve on a committee Typed Letter Signed: "George M. Cohan", 1p, 8½x11. Hotel Astor, New York, 1939 March 20. To Phillip Dunning, New York. On stationery of The Catholic Actors Guild of America listing Cohan as President.

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT Endorsement of pipe tobacco. Printed Advertisement signed: "Yours Truly Jas J. Corbett", 1p, 9¾x14½. American Tobacco Company ad for "Tuxedo/The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette".

    Sale Price $850.00

    $1,000.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT. Signature: "Sincerely/Jas J Corbett/June 23-30" to which someone added: "Ex Heavy weight Cham", 6x4½. On verso: "W. Freeland Kendrick" to which has been added in another hand: "Ex Mayor 6-23-30". JAMES J. CORBETT was World Heavyweight Champion from 1892-1897. W.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT. ALS: "Jim Corbett" in pencil, 1½p, 5¼x6½. Bayside, N.Y., no date. To Bill. In full: "So glad to hear from you but of course sorry you are so ill. We are just a couple of old stiffs and glad to be alive. Hope we are up and around soon Bill.

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT. ALS: "Jas J Corbett", 1 p, 5x6¼. Hotel Palliser, Calgary, Alberta, no date. To Kendrick. In part: "I will do what I can for your wife Clara but you know it's a hard job. However I will go after Sennett when I am out there.

    Sale Price $1,530.00

    $1,800.00

  • Heavyweight boxer James J. Corbett wrote this letter on his wife's stationery in 1924 to arrange a meeting in Boston. He added a note: "Please dont [sic] have me speak at dinner". Bound in a red leather 5¼x6¾ folder with gold-colored lettering.

    Sale Price $1,275.00

    $1,500.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT World Heavyweight Champion, 1892-1897. ALS: "Jim Corbett", 1p, 6½x5½. Bayside, N.Y., 1927 November 6. To Chisholm. In full: "Enclosed find the pictures.

    Sale Price $1,275.00

    $1,500.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To/My friend/Jno Alexander/With best wishes/from/Your friend/Jas J Corbett". Sepia, 8x10. "Gentleman Jim" Corbett (1866-1933) was one of the greatest heavyweights of all-time and has been called the "Father of Modern Boxing" because of his innovations in fighting style.

    Sale Price $1,275.00

    $1,500.00

  • Sepia-toned photograph of a gentlemanly-looking Gentleman Jim Corbett in a tux, signed "With best wishes". Corbett was World Heavyweight Champion from 1892 to 1897 and fought in the first title fight to use boxing gloves.

    Sale Price $1,530.00

    $1,800.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT World Heavyweight Champion, 1892-1897. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To/Mrs. Gotty J. Benthall/With best wishes/Sincerely/Jas J Corbett". Sepia, 8x10. Photograph by Apeda, N.Y. Corbett defeated champion John L.

    Sale Price $2,550.00

    $3,000.00

  • JAMES J. CORBETT Book inscribed and signed: "To/Geo. T. Bye/with best wishes/from/Your friend/Jas J Corbett/Feb 24/25" on flyleaf, 329p, 5¾x8¼, hardcover. His book,The Roar of the Crowd, G. P.

    Sale Price $850.00

    $1,000.00

  • GENTLEMAN JIM CORBETT. Photograph unsigned. Photo of an illustration of Corbett in the ring. B/w, 8x10 overall, image 6x8 (one surface). "Gentleman Jim" Corbett (1866-1933) was one of the greatest heavyweights of all-time and has been called the "Father of Modern Boxing" because of his innovations in fighting style.

    Sale Price $72.00

    $80.00

  • MARIE DRESSLERVintage sepia-toned cabinet card photo by John H. Ryder of actress Marie Dressler from the waist up in a dark dress, gloves and hat, signed with five measures of Auld Lang Syne Autograph music quotation on photograph signed "Auld Lang Syne/[five measures of music]/Marie Dressler".

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • MARIE DRESSLER Marie Dressler signs a piece of paper. Signature: "'Marie Dressler", 4½x1¼ piece of paper. Marie Dressler (1868-1934) was already a star of vaudeville and the Broadway stage when she made her film debut opposite Charlie Chaplin in Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914).

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • MARIE DRESSLER Signed autograph letter (undated), declaring herself glad to be leaving New York for California Autograph Letter signed: "Marie Dressler", 2 pages, 5¾x7¾ integral leaf. New York, N.Y., no date. On letterhead of the Savoy Plaza to "Dear Howard".

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • MARIE DRESSLER Signed autograph note (undated), thanking a friend for seeing her off Autograph Letter signed: "Marie Dressler", 2 pages, 5¼x4 (front and verso). To "My Dear Howard", in full: "It was indeed nice of you to come & see me off & I am sorry I could not pay you all attention.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • MARIE DRESSLER Marie Dressler sends an autograph letter of regret that she will not be able to attend. Autograph Letter signed: "'Marie' Dressler", 2p, 6x9½. Boston, Massachusetts, "Friday", no date but, circa 1920. On letterhead of Hotel Lennox to "Dear Paul Chute".

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • WEBER AND FIELDS: LEW FIELDSSignature of the vaudeville and film star Signature: "Lew Fields", 5½x3. Lew Fields (1866-1941), born Moses Schoenfeld, formed the vaudeville comedy team of Weber and Fields (with Joe Weber). They also had some success on film.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

  • LEW FIELDS (of WEBER and FIELDS) Signature of the vaudeville and film star Signature: "Lew Fields", 4x2. Lew Fields (1866-1941), born Moses Schoenfeld, formed the vaudeville comedy team of Weber and Fields (with Joe Weber). They also had some success on film.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

  • LEW FIELDS (of WEBER & FIELDS) Typed letter signed on stationery of his theater management company, the year the comedy team broke up. Here he declines to review some burlesque scripts. Typed Letter signed: "Lew M. Fields", 1 page, 8x6. New York, N. Y. 1904 August 8.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • WEBER & FIELDS: JOE WEBER and LEW FIELDSThe vaudeville comedy duo signed this sepia-toned photograph of them in their office! Inscribed Photograph Signed: “5/5/1931/ To/ Artie Auerbach/ with my best/ wishes Joe Weber” and “with every good wish/ in the world-/ Lew Fields”. 8x10. Sepia-toned.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • WEBER & FIELDS: JOE WEBER and LEW FIELDSThis black and white show program is from an event hosted by then-Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt! Program Unsigned: 8½x11¼. Four-page program titled "An Echo from the Rare Old Days". Hosted by Franklin D.

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

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