Autographs from people credited in 1958 The Mike Wallace Interview

  • HARRY ASHMORE His signature in blue ink on a 5x3 card Signature: "Harry Ashmore", 5x3 index card. Journalist Harry Scott Ashmore (1916-1998) joined the staff of the Arkansas Gazette in 1947, and soon became its executive editor.

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    $90.00

  • HARRY ASHMORE Ashmore signs a First Day Cover honoring Adlai Stevenson First Day Cover signed: "Harry Ashmore", in blue ink, 6½x3½. First Day Cover honoring Adlai Stevenson, postmarked Bloominton, Illinois, October 23, 1965, 5 c stamp affixed, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE.

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    $70.00

  • PEARL BUCK Pearl Buck makes revisions to a review of THE GREAT CHALLENGE by Louis Fischer. Anotated typed manuscript, unsigned, 3p, 8½x11. Titled: "THE GREAT CHALLENGE/By Louis Fischer/Review by Pearl S. Buck". Pencil title added: "All Peoples Alike"

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK The First American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Signature: "Pearl S. Buck", 5¾x8½ sheet. Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), born to Presbyterian missionaries, spent the first forty years of her life in China, the setting of many of her books.

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    $180.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK and FRANKLIN CLARK FRY Pearl S. Buck and Franklin Clark Fry sign an album leaf. Signature: "Pearl S. Buck/October23/1965" and on verso, "Franklin Clark Frey/4 Oct. 1965". Buck's signature is above a small magazine photo of her, while Fry's is above an Oct.

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    $180.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Buck's signature in pencil, circa 1950, on letterhead from WFIL at the Widener Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Signature: "Pearl S. Buck" in pencil. Also signed "Nov. 30-1950" in upper right corner in unknown hand in black ink. 8½x11, on letterhead from WFIL, Widener Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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    $180.00

  • Book review - handwritten and signed "P.S.B." by Buck - for China Under the Empress Dowager. This is a subject that Buck had some experience with, as she lived in China during the last years of the Empress Doawager Tzu Hsi's reign.

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    $750.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Book review - handwritten and signed "P S B" - for First Set in China. This document reveals a facet of Buck's life forgotten by many: reviewer and essay writer. Autograph manuscript signed: "P S B" in blue ink, with editorial marks and corrections in blue and black ink, 1 page, 8½x11.

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    $750.00

  • Buck handwrote, signed and dated this rare letter in 1938 about a play that she was writing, The Crystal Heart. In it, she says that she's completely re-written the last act of the play and that it's "much better and tighter". Letters handwritten and signed by Buck are extremely rare.

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    $700.00

  • This undated manuscript - handwritten and signed "P.S.B." by Buck - is a book review of John W. Vauderwork's King Cane, An Epic of Sugar. Buck praises the book and Hawaii's sugar industry, which she writes is "an almost perfect picture of what can and should be done in a modern industry". This document reveals a facet of Buck's life forgotten by many: reviewer and essay writer.

    Sale Price $637.50

    $750.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Two very rare handwritten, autograph manuscript pages from Buck's short story The Rainbow Autograph manuscript unsigned. 2 pages, 8½x11, ruled paper. Titled on first page: "The Rainbow". This is from a short story entitled The Rainbow

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    $2,800.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Handwritten note from the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Autograph note signed: "To Ida Tarbell,/with admiration and affection,/Pearl S. Buck.", 4½x4. PEARL SYDENSTRICKER BUCK (1892-1973) was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature (1938).

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK. Photograph inscribed and signed: "With best wishes/to Herr Karl/Hardt,/I am Yours Sincerely/Pearl S. Buck". B/w, 4½x6¾ overall, image 4½x5¾, affixed to 5½½x8 board. Pearl S.

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    $450.00

  • PEARL BUCK. Printed Biography signed: "Pearl S. Buck", 8p, 7¾x9½. Titled: "A Biographical Sketch of Pearl S. Buck". Includes a biography of Buck and her family, a partial list of her awards, which include

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    $320.00

  • PEARL BUCK The Nobel Prize Winner's clipped signature from the closing of a letter. Clipped Signature: "Pearl S. Buck", 4½x1 sheet clipped from letter, with the typed lines "Yours cordially,/[signature]/Pearl S. Buck

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    $180.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK This fragment is the salutation and mailing address of a typed letter, signed by Buck, to the Director of Special Events at KMLA Broadcasting Corporation. Fragment signed "Pearl S. Buck", 7¼x3. Clipped salutation and mailing address of undated typed letter signed by Buck, addressed to George R. Sanders, Jr.

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    $180.00

  • Postcard photo (3½x5½) of Alfred Nobel, founder of the Nobel awards, signed by Nobel Laureate Pearl S. Buck, who won the Nobel Prize In Literature in 1938. Accompanied by four 5¢ Buck sheet stamps.

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    $340.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Buck signed this pencil sketch of herself - from the shoulders up and in a blouse with a plunging neckline and corsage - on a small 3½x6 blank card. Sketch signed "Pearl S. Buck" in pencil underneath sketch. 3½x6. Buck (1892-1973) was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature (1938).

    Sale Price $360.00

    $400.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Her signed letter regarding "new" China, which had been founded 17 years prior. It would take the US another 13 years before it recognized the Republic of China. Typed letter signed: "Pearl S. Buck", 1p, 7¼x10½. Perkasie, Pennsylvania, 1967 January 5.

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    $450.00

  • Buck signed this typed letter to a fellow author in Stamford, Connecticut in 1947. Buck had passed a book from the recipient of this letter on to a publisher; in this letter, she passes on the publisher's rejection of the book.

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    $450.00

  • PEARL BUCK The Nobel Prize winner writes the Salvation Army, dated in 1965. Typed Letter signed: Pearl S. Buck", 1p, 7¼x10½. Perkasie, Pennsylvania, 1965 January 26. On personal letterhead to Dick Hall, Group Leader, Salvation Army Settlement and Day Care Center, Chicago, Illinois.

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    $375.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck signed this letter on her personalized letterhead in 1941, asking the recipient toexpress the measure of your sympathy for a brave and democratic people" - probably the Chinese, who were fighting Japan. This letter was written 10 months before the United State's entry into World War II.

    Sale Price $467.50

    $550.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK "I once wrote a book...What America Means to Me." TLS: "Pearl S. Buck" over her typed married name "(Mrs. Richard J. Walsh)", 1p, 7¼x10½. Perkasie, Pennsylvania, 1953 February 26.

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    $450.00

  • Buck signed this typed letter - embossed with her Danby, Vermont address - in 1972 to someone in Indianapolis, Indiana who visited Asia. Buck, who grew up in China, notes in this letter how Asia is an "interesting contrast".

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    $300.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK. TLS: "Pearl S. Buck," 1p, 8½x11. New York, 1946 March 22. On stationery of The East and West Association (Pearl S. Buck, President), the winner of

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    $400.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK She thanks a Brooklyn writer for contacting her, offering to review one of his novels. Typed letter signed: "Pearl S. Buck", ¼p, 7¼x10½. New York City, 1936 March 26. To Milton Bernstein, Brooklyn, New York.

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    $375.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK She responds to a fan of her work, thanking him for liking her novel Peony. Typed letter signed: "Pearl S. Buck", 1p, 7¼x10½. Perkasie, Pennsylvania, 1948 May 29. On imprinted letterhead to Mr. Wes Baleria, Los Angeles, California.

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    $450.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK In this typed letter, signed by Buck in 1946, the Nobel-winning author recommends a Filipino actor for an Oriental role in a play. Buck is best known for her novels, but also wrote plays. Typed letter signed: "Pearl S.

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    $375.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK Buck signed this typed letter in 1966 to thank someone in Albuquerque for his birthday wishes to her. Typed letter signed "Pearl S. Buck". 1 page, 7¼x10½, on stationery imprinted with Perkasie, Pennsylvania rural route address. June 27, 1966. Addressed to William W.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • PEARL S. BUCK She sends a letter to contributors in hopes of raising money for the Women's Committee of Tribute to China Typed letter signed: "Pearl S. Buck", 1p, 7x10½. New York, N.Y., 1940 July 8. On imprinted letterhead to "My dear Mrs. Gates

    Sale Price $405.00

    $450.00

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