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Howard Hughes Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

HOWARD HUGHES
Born: December 24, 1905 in Humble, Texas
Died: April 5, 1976 in Houston, Texas
Biography
Larger than life HOWARD HUGHES (1905-1976), movie mogul, aircraft designer and builder, political intrigue, and the world's richest man at the time of his death, dashing lothario turned ultra-eccentric recluse, continues to fascinate, as evidenced by a film biography (The Aviator, 2004), and even a film about a fake biography (The Hoax, 2007).
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1952 The Las Vegas Story (Producer), 1950 The Tattooed Stranger (Producer), 1947 The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (Producer), 1943 The Outlaw (Producer), 1931 The Front Page (Producer), 1954 She Couldn't Say No (Other), 1952 One Minute to Zero (Other), 1952 The Las Vegas Story (Other), 1943 The Outlaw (Other), 1931 The Front Page (Other), 1943 The Outlaw (Director), 2007 Best Evidence (Other), 2011 Tony Curtis: Driven to Stardom (Other), 2003-2008 60 Minutes (Other), 2004 Howard Hughes: His Life, Loves and Films (Other), 2000 Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs (Other), 2000 Howard Hughes: His Women and His Movies (Other), 2013 America's Book of Secrets (in person), 1957 Jet Pilot (Other), 1955 Son of Sinbad (Other), 1951 His Kind of Woman (Other), 1951 His Kind of Woman (Writer), 1951 His Kind of Woman (in person), 1957 Jet Pilot (Producer), 1955 Son of Sinbad (Producer), 1951 His Kind of Woman (Producer), 1950 Vendetta (Producer), 1932 Sky Devils (Producer), 1932 Cock of the Air (Producer), 1931 The Age for Love (Producer), 1954 The French Line (Producer), 1954 The French Line (Other), 1992 Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America (Other), 2005 The American Experience (Other), 2002 Cleavage (Other), 1956 The Conqueror (Producer), 1953 Second Chance (Producer), 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway (Producer), 1951 The Whip Hand (Producer), 1943 Behind the Rising Sun (Producer), 1930 Hell's Angels (Producer), 1928 The Mating Call (Producer), 1956 The Conqueror (Other), 1953 Second Chance (Other), 1951 The Racket (Other), 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway (Other), 1951 Flying Leathernecks (Other), 1930 Hell's Angels (Other), 1928 The Mating Call (Other), 1930 Hell's Angels (Director), 1930 Hell's Angels (Writer), 1947 Paramount News Special: 1947, Year of Division (in person), 2011 The Will (Other), 1999-2000 Biography (Other), 1996 American Justice (Other), 2004 History vs. Hollywood (Other), 1952 Macao (Producer), 1932 Scarface (Producer), 1928 The Racket (Producer), 1927 Two Arabian Knights (Producer), 1926 Swell Hogan (Producer), 1926 Swell Hogan (Other), 1955 Underwater! (Other), 1953 Devil's Canyon (Other), 1953 Affair with a Stranger (Other), 1952 Angel Face (Other), 1932 Scarface (Other), 1928 The Racket (Other), 1927 Two Arabian Knights (Other), 1927 Two Arabian Knights (Director), 2006 The American Aviator: The Howard Hughes Story (in person), 2008 Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story (Other), 2007 Underworld Histories (Other), 1997 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard (Other), 2006 The Hoax (Other), 2003 Sex at 24 Frames Per Second (Other), 2000 Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond (Other), 2004 Modern Marvels (Other), 1993 Katharine Hepburn: All About Me (Other)
  • The eccentric billionaire writes his wife, Jean Peters, asking to see her at 11:30, with Peters responding she does not feel too well, but will see him anyway. Hughes goes on to explain an item bought at auction, saying it was luckily higher priced than expected, since Peters doesn't "have a high regard for things that are too cheap" read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

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  • Hughes mistakenly wishes Peters a Happy Thanksgiving, with Peters informing him that thanksgiving is actually the following day, and then thanks him for a lovely gift of flowers. Hughes, a reclusive billionaire, lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

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  • Hughes writes to his wife, saying he would love to see her when she has finished watching her movie, with Peters responding that she will join him once her guests leave. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

    $5,800.00

  • Hughes writes to Jean, saying he will be meeting her soon, and she responds saying she has decided she wants a new phonograph for her birthday. Hughes goes on to describe the best way it should be done. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

    $5,800.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife, saying that he is feeling weak tonight, and that he had terrible premonitions about her. Jean replies saying something troublesome did happen, but that she is fine now realizing that he is her only source of happiness. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

    $5,800.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife Jean, asking her if she would like to join him after watching a cinema since she has had trouble sleeping, and she replies that she will although she may get sleepy soon. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

    $5,800.00

  • He writes to his wife, Jean, explaining that he has had regular "movements" recently without the aid of an enema, and she replies that she is glad he is having some normality. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,640.00

    $5,800.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife, Jean, asking her to watch an opera program: "You may be in it!". He then goes on to discuss the program with her, with Peters writing one note in response, but not signing. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • He writes a letter to his wife Jean Peters (who slept in a separate bedroom), asking that she join him in his room after she has finished watching a film. Hughes then goes on to ask an associate for a car rental, and discusses doing work alone due to one of his workers falling ill read more...

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    $5,400.00

  • Hughes discusses a haircut he is planning for that night, jokingly quipping: "Tonight's the night for Sampson to lose his strength". Hughes then asks if Peters would like to watch a movie featuring Sammy Davis, and Peters replies: "No - I definately do not see Samie Davis at this hour" read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

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  • He writes to his wife Jean, saying that he has been feeling much better, and the only thing that would make it better is a splendid evening with her. She writes back saying she is glad he is feeling better, and will see him later in the evening. Hughes, a reclusive billionaire, lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • He writes to his wife Jean, saying he heard her coughing last night and was concerned. Jean reassures him it was only her asthma, and that she has taken some medicine for it. Hughes, a reclusive billionaire, lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife on some great news he can't wait to tell her, but informs her he is feeling a bit under the weather, and to "handle him delicately". Peters replies she will be quiet as a mouse, and Hughes goes on to discuss how her car is almost finished. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife to meet at 11:15, and the two proceed to watch television together (presumably in the same room), with Hughes penning several notes about the shows and commercials. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS Hughes complains of the Hell's Angels motorcycle gang: "How dare they steal my title?" Autograph Letter Signed: "Howard" and "J." on front, 2p, 8¼x13¾, ruled yellow sheet, front and verso (hinged to show both sides). read more...

    Sale Price $4,800.00

    $6,000.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife, Jean, apologizing for the delay in their nightly meeting (they lived in seperate quarters) due to "a terrible accident", with Peter's telling him to take his time. He later pens a few notes on wanting to watch Slattery's People with her, but could not due to agonizing pains read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS A letter between Hughes and Peters, with Hughes writing to Jean and telling her to enjoy her time with her friend, but that he will be messaging her later to establish "an ETR - 'R' for Rendezvous" Autograph letter double signed: "Howard", "J", "H", 1 page, 8½x14 (front and verso). read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS A brief letter between Hughes and Peters, with Hughes inviting her up to see him after his doctor leaves, and Peters responding that will be fine Autograph letter signed: "Howard", "J", 1 page, 8½x14. No place, no date, but circa 1964. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS Hughes writes a note to his wife saying he has sent for the doctor and will give her a progress report, with Peters writing in response that she will await his call and that she loves him very much Autograph letter signed: "Howard", "J", 1 page (front and verso), 8½x14. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife asking if her mother has retired to bed, with Peters replying that she has, and she will join him in his room soon. The letter goes on with Hughes speaking to Peters (presumably while they are in the same room) about a show they are watching, detailing the way amphibian planes work read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS A brief letter between Hughes and his wife, Jean, asking why she postponed a recent movie viewing. Peters responds that the movie was booked up, and awaits to see him at 11:00 Autograph letter signed: "Howard", "J", 1 page, 8½x14 (front and verso). read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes apologizes for oversleeping and recommends a movie for him and his wife to watch, with her writing back that she is already watching one. They both go on to discuss her past high school boyfriends. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • He writes to his wife, saying he will be meeting with her after he has seen his Dr., with Peters responding she is currently working on her "tapes". She then pens him a note in regards to what she seeks in a new car. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes a brief letter to Jean, remarking that he hoped tonight was not "too depressing", and that good things will begin happening. Peters responds with love, and says everything sounds very exciting. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • HOWARD HUGHES and JEAN PETERS Hughes sends a loving note to his wife, who has a separate bedroom. ALS: "Howard" on front, 2p, 8x8½, ruled yellow sheet, front and verso (hinged to show both sides). No place, no date. To his wife, actress Jean Peters. Begins: "Dearest Love read more...

    Sale Price $4,160.00

    $5,200.00

  • A letter between Hughes and his wife, Jean, with her speaking of a new car they have, saying she enjoys everything about it except the color and seat. Hughes responds saying it will be changed immediately. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife, Jean, asking if she will "please do one little something for me tonight?" when they meet later. She responds, saying "Please don't worry - I won't disappoint you". A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to Jean, saying they should meet soon, and the two go on to discuss a recent boat purchased. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to Jean asking to meet her later in the night, and the two exchange the letter discussing the plot of a movie and the actors/actresses in it. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

  • Hughes writes to his wife, saying he was very sick earlier, and that he needs her to love him. She writes back saying she did not noticed his note at first, and he goes on to discuss his sickness in more detail. A reclusive billionaire, Hughes lived in separate quarters (but in the same house) from his wife and was mostly confined to his bedroom, speaking to her almost entirely in notes and letters. read more...

    Sale Price $4,320.00

    $5,400.00

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