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Autographs from people credited in 2008 Fallout 3

  • DANIEL D. EMMETT. Signature: "Daniel D. Emmett.", 3½x2 card. Daniel Decatur Emmett (1815-1904) is best known as the composer of "Dixie". The song, which he wrote in 1859 as the finale to a minstrel show, gained national popularity,

    Sale Price $1,190.00

    $1,400.00

  • SYLVIA FINEThe songwriter and film producer who married Danny Kaye in 1940 signed this blue index card Signature: “Sylvia Fine Kaye” in purple ink. 5x3. Date in unknown hand on verso. Sylvia Fine (1913-1991) was born in the Brooklyn borough of New York, just blocks from where eventual husband Danny Kaye was born two years before.

    Sale Price $81.00

    $90.00

  • SYLVIA FINEThe songwriter and film producer who married Danny Kaye in 1940 signed this certificate regarding her voting for the 1971-1972 Television Academy Award nominees Document Signed: "Sylvia Fine ". 8½x11.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • TEX BENEKE Blues singer and musician signs name in black ink Signature: "Tex/ Beneke" in black ink. 1 page, 5x4½. Multitalented musician Tex Beneke (1914-2000) was an American

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • TEX BENEKE The 1940s big band and blues musician signs his name and best wishes for a fan in blue ink Autograph note signed: "Best wishes/ to Julia -/ Sincerely,/ Tex Beneke" in blue ink. 1 page, 5x4 card affixed to 6x4½ paper.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • TEX BENEKE Tex Beneke signs an autograph note on an album leaf to a collector. Autograph Note signed: "Tex Beneke", 7¾x6¾ album leaf with 2¼x3½ head shot attached at bottom right (two surfaces).

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • TEX BENEKE Youthful black and white publicity photograph of Tex Beneke with his saxophone. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To/my friend,/Bill-/Sincerely,/Tex/Beneke". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7½x8½ (one surface). Name printed at bottom margin.

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • TEX BENEKE Youthful black and white publicity photograph of Tex Beneke with his saxophone, inscribed and signed Photograph inscribed and signed: "3-19-74/Best Wishes/To John/Buchanan -/Sincerely,/Tex/Beneke". B/w, 8x10.

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • TEX BENEKE Youthful black and white publicity photograph of Tex Beneke with his arms crossed wearing a suit and tie. Photograph signed: "Sincerely,/Tex/Beneke". B/w, 8x9¾. Gordon Lee

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • TEX BENEKE Youthful black and white publicity photograph of Tex Beneke with leaning on his elbow wearing a suit and tie. Photograph signed: "Sincerely,/Tex/Beneke". B/w, 8x10. Gordon Lee "Tex"

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • TEX BENEKE A youthful 5x7 photograph of the musician, signed in blue ink Photograph signed: "Sincerely/Tex Beneke", in blue ink, Sepia toned 5x7. Gordon Lee "Tex" Beneke (1914-2000) was the star

    Sale Price $234.00

    $260.00

  • TEX BENEKE (GLENN MILLER BAND) The saxophonist and band leader signs for an evening performance at Jacksonville Beach Auditorium. Contract signed: "Tex Beneke", 2 pages (front and verso), 8½x11. 1968 May 7.

    Sale Price $396.00

    $440.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe lyricist pens his signature on this 3¾x3½ green sheet in black ink Signature: "Oscar Hammerstein", irregularly cut 3¾x3½. Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960) wrote the lyrics for some of

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II and RAY MILLAND The Pulitzer Prize winner and Academy Award winner sign opposite sides of this 4½x5½ album leaf. Signatures: "Oscar Hammerstein" and, on verso: "To Ed-/Ray Milland", 4½x5½ album leaf.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe Pulitzer Prize winning lyricist inscribed this 5x7 photograph, shown smiling into the camera Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Ken and Joyce Browne,/Cordially/Oscar Hammerstein". B/w with brown hue, 5x7 overall, image 4¼x5¾ (one surface).

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIHe signs on this contract for the rights to his some "Very Warm For May" Contract Signed: "Oscar HammersteinI", 2p, 8½x11. Culver City, California, no date. On imprinted letterhead of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. Headed: "Assignment of All Rights".

    Sale Price $1,870.00

    $2,200.00

  • OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN IIThe composer for some of the greatest musicals in theatrical history sends a letter regarding strengthening the United Nations Typed Letter Signed: "Oscar Hammerstein", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, but likely New York City, 1960 February 26. On his personal stationery to Mr.

    Sale Price $765.00

    $900.00

  • On letterhead of his Pulitzer Prize-winning South Pacific, he writes to former FDR law partner Basil O'Connor about transferring the chairmanship of the Mary MacArthur Fund to Gertrude Lawrence, then starring in The King and I. A letter with many fine associations!

    Sale Price $1,020.00

    $1,200.00

  • Hammerstein and Romberg both inscribe and sign Romberg's handwritten musical quotation from the musical, with Hammerstein adding, "I'm only the guy who wrote the words ..." Framed in the Gallery of History style with an inscribed and signed photo of Romberg to 34½x25½

    Sale Price $3,612.50

    $4,250.00

  • BILLIE HOLIDAYA signed sepia-toned photograph of the big band singer! Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Vince/ Stay Happy/ Always/ Billie Holiday". B/w with sepia hue, 8x9¾. Captioned at lower margin.

    Sale Price $4,675.00

    $5,500.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Signature of the anti-slavery and women's rights crusader Signature: "Julia Ward Howe/June, 1889", 3½x2. Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), a social reformer and poet, is best known for writing the poem, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic", which she was inspired to write after visiting army camps in Washington, D.C.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Howe signed and dated this slip of paper with her name in August of 1903. Signature: "Julia Ward Howe./August. 1903." 4½x7. Howe (1819-1910, born in New York City), a social reformer and

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Howe handwrote and signed a short letter on this card to "Anne". In it, she thanks Anne for "you good wishes and sweet gift" and mentions that she already sent a thank you note to another address. Autograph letter signed "J. W. Howe." With erased pencil notations on front and verso in unknown hand.

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Howe handwrote and signed this letter to Mr. Siles, letting him know that "my copy will over-run 450 pages of my writing". With pencil notations at bottom edge and on verso and erased pencil notations near top edge, all in unknown hand. Stamped at top in purple ink: "Robert Brothers,/Publishers,/Boston.".

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Howe handwrote and signed this letter to Little-Brown Publishers on the back of a blank 1¢ postcard, inquiring about the postage on a cookbook that Little-Brown offered to send at no additional cost. Autograph letter signed: "Julia Ward Howe." 1 page, 5½x3¼, on verso of 1¢ Jefferson postcard.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE Howe handwrote and signed this letter to a Capt. Walker, inviting him to Sunday dinner and to "bring any friend of your's who 'feels inclined'." Autograph letter signed "Julia W. Howe.". With erased pencil notes near top left corner in unknown hand. 2 pages, 4½x7 (folded), 1 sheet folded, front and verso.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE. She signs an autograph letter inviting someone to hear Howe rehearse an upcoming speech. ALS: "Julia Ward Howe", 1 page, 4¼x3¼. No place, no year, April 6th. To Mrs. Bowoker. In full: "If you can - call at 5.00 today, or at 7.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • JULIA WARD HOWE She signs a handwritten letter explaining that demand for autograph copies of her Battle Hymn exceed her ability to supply them. Autograph Letter signed: "Julia Ward Howe", 2 pages, 4½x7. Boston, Massachusetts, 1896 January 9.

    Sale Price $2,762.50

    $3,250.00

  • Howe handwrote, signed and dated this letter in 1900 to a Mrs. Phillips. In it, she accepts Phillip's invitation to dinner - if she can make it from a speech at "George school" in Philadelphia, that is - and talks about her two daughters.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • Howe handwrote and signed this letter to a Mrs. Sargent, saying that she will read at Sargent's club, but only if she was expected to. She added this caveat: "I will come as well prepared as circumstances have allowed."

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

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