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Dorothy Thompson Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

DOROTHY THOMPSON
Born: July 9, 1893 in New York City, New York
Died: January 31, 1961 in Lisbon, Portugal
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Dorothy Thompson (1893-1961, born in Lancaster, New York) as the second-most influential woman in the United States; the first was Eleanor Roosevelt. One of her first journalistic coups was, in a twisted way, a reporter's dream come true, when Adolf Hitler kicked her out of Germany in 1934 for her reportage of Nazi Germany. This act made her the first American reporter to be expelled from that country.  Back in the states, she began writing the newspaper column On the Record for The New York Herald, which was eventually syndicated in 170 papers.
Film Credits
Theater Credits
Strangers - Other (March 4, 1979 - March 11, 1979), Another-Sun - Writing (February 23, 1940 - March 2, 1940)
  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH  - HFSID 176396
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 176396
    DOROTHY THOMSPON Card signed by the journalist in black ink Signature: "Dorothy Thompson.". 5½x3¼ fabric-textured card. In 1939, Time magazine rated journalist Thompson (1893-1961, born in Lancaster, New York) as the second-most influential woman in the United States; the first was Eleanor Roosevelt.

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH  - HFSID 181600
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 181600
    DOROTHY THOMPSON Rare signature from the author on letterhead from the New York Herald Tribune, signing with the surname "Lewis" from her marriage to Nobel Prize winning author Sinclair Lewis Signature: "Dorothy Thompson Lewis", in black ink, 5¾x7¾.

    Sale Price $126.00

    $140.00

  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH  - HFSID 343928
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 343928
    DOROTHY THOMPSON The acclaimed journalist who was kicked out of Nazi Germany for her reporting signs this sheet Signature: "Dorothy Thompson" in black ink. 6x4½ clipping affixed to 8½x11 sheet. In 1939, Time magazine rated journalist

    Sale Price $126.00

    $140.00

  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED  - HFSID 83113
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 83113
    Two-page essay on Democracy and War, which Dorothy Thompson signed "This is very nice of you" on page 1. Thompson was kicked out of Nazi Germany for her reportage from there, so one suspects she agreed with this essay's sentiment.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED  - HFSID 266588
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED - HFSID 266588
    DOROTHY THOMSPON Very rare sepia-toned printed bust portrait of journalist Dorothy Thompson mounted on a 12½x16¾ sheet of paper. Signed on the mount. Photograph mount signed "Dorothy Thompson". B/w sepia-toned, 8x9¾ overall, 7½x9¼ image, one surface, mounted to a 12½x16¾ sheet of paper.

    Sale Price $467.50

    $550.00

  • DOROTHY THOMPSON - PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK 09/25/1951  - HFSID 180138
    DOROTHY THOMPSON - PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK 09/25/1951 - HFSID 180138
    DOROTHY THOMSPON Autograph card signed by journalist Dorothy Thompson in 1951 Printed card signed "Dorothy Thompson/September 25-" in blue ink. 4½x3½ card. Signed in 1951.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

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