Autographs from people credited in 1910 Gold Is Not All
D. W. GRIFFITH The famed film director signs a membership application for the American Federation of Radio Artists (AFRA) in 1940. Application signed: "D W Griffith", in pencil, 2 pages (front and verso), 6½x8½. Los Angeles, California, April 23, 1940.
Sale Price $1,190.00
D. W. GRIFFITHThis life insurance document signing over all of his monetary possessions and benefits to Lillian Gish is signed twice by the revolutionary film director with his full name Document double signed: “David Wark Griffith” twice on front. 8x12. November 8, 1944.
Sale Price $1,360.00
D.W. (DAVID LEWELYN WARK) GRIFFITH - DOCUMENT SIGNED 03/02/1936 CO-SIGNED BY: EVEYLN BALDWIN - HFSID 298724D. W. GRIFFITH Chastened by a messy divorce from his first wife, the famed director signs a prenuptial agreement with his bride to be, Evelyn Baldwin, who has also signed here. Document signed: "David Wark Griffith", "Evelyn Baldwin", 2 pages, 8½x13. No place, 1936 March 2.
Sale Price $4,250.00
GERTRUDE ROBINSON Sepia-toned publicity photo from National of New York of Robinson from the shoulders up and looking over her shoulder in a fur collar and light-colored hat, signed "Sincerely" Photograph signed "Sincerely/Gertrude Robinson". B/w, 7x9. Photo by National of New York.
Sale Price $180.00
GERTRUDE ROBINSON Clipped signature of Robinson from South Jacksonville, Florida on a small slip of ruled paper Clipped signature signed "G Robinson/[illegible] Studio/South Jacksonvile/Florida". 2¼x½ ruled paper with partially perforated bottom edge.
Sale Price $81.00
MACK SENNETTThe director and producer inscribes this photo to a fan Inscribed Photograph signed: "To 'Clark'/ Mack Sennett." in blue ink, b/w, 10x8. A scene from The Lonely Villa, filmed at Manhattan's Biograph Studios, directed by D.W. Griffith, from a scenario by Mack Sennett.
Sale Price $552.50
MACK SENNETTThe producer and director of slapstick comedies pens his name on this Christmas card Christmas Card signed: "Mack Sennett" in blue ink, 5¼x4¼ when closed. Printed greeting inside reads "Best wishes for/ Christmas/ and the New Year".
Sale Price $342.00
MACK "THE KING OF COMEDY" SENNETT - CONTRACT DOUBLE SIGNED 05/19/1919 CO-SIGNED BY: HARRIET HAMMOND, JOHN A. WALDRON - HFSID 295828The pioneering filmmaker signs actress Hammond, originally one of his Bathing Beauties, to a 6-month contract, witnessed by production manager Waldron. Three decades later the original signers sign an ink note cancelling the contract.
Sale Price $1,190.00
"THE FATHER OF SLAPSTICK COMEDY" CONTRACTS WITH THE WILLIAM MORRIS AGENCY TO NEGOTIATE FOR THE "SALE, LEASE, LICENSE OR OTHER DISPOSITION OF" FATHER GOOSE, A WORK BASED ON HIS LIFE MACK SENNETTThe director engages the help of the William Morris Agency in selling Father Goose Partly Printed Document signed:
Sale Price $765.00
MACK SENNETT Promissory Note for $35,200, the principal and interest to be repaid in gold coins! Partly Printed Document signed twice: "Mack Sennett", 1 page, 8½x14. Los Angeles, California, 1915 October 18.
Sale Price $1,020.00
MACK "THE KING OF COMEDY" SENNETT - INSCRIBED BOOK PAGE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CAMERON SHIPP - HFSID 278966MACK SENNETT and CAMERON SHIPPFirst edition copy of Sennett's 1954 biography King of Comedy, which is signed with "Best wishes" by him and co-signed by its author and publicist on the flyleaf in blue ink Inscribed Book Page signed:
Sale Price $510.00
MACK "THE KING OF COMEDY" SENNETTThe comedy film director types this letter of recommendation for a former employee Typed Letter signed: "Mack Sennett" in black ink, 1p, 8½x11. No place, 1930 December 15. On his company letterhead. Written to "TO WHOM PRESENTED".
Sale Price $510.00
KATHLYN WILLIAMS Handwritten sentiment of the star of the first serial cliff-hanger. A rare signature. Autograph Sentiment signed: "Cordially,/Kathlyn Williams", 5½x2¼. Kathlyn Williams (1879-1960) made her screen debut for Selig Polyscope in 1908, and was soon billed as "the Selig Girl.
Sale Price $90.00