[New York]: September 5, 1933. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul... Read More about Portrait photograph of Eugene O'Neill
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New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, first state, No. 222 of 332 copies, signed by the author on the title page. Superior Copy. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, second state, no. 25 of 166 copies [first state, signed by author on title, consisted of 332 copies]. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry; very scarce. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First Edition, second state, No. 106 of 166 copies [first state, signed by author on title, consisted of 332 copies]. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry; very scarce. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods. [Introduction by H.G. Pickerring
New York: Targ Editions, 1983. First edition in English, one of 250 copies, signed by the Author. Read More about The Miracle of Birds. Translated by Barbara Shelby Merello
London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited, . First edition. One of Ambler’s most celebrated novels and the basis for the 1944 film, A Coffin for Dimitrios, starring Peter Lorre, Sidney Greenstreet, and Zachary Scott. Rare. Read More about The Mask of Dimitrios
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960. First American edition. Advance copy in special dust jacket. The advance issue in white dust jacket printed in black on front panel only, "Here is your advance copy of Eric Ambler's New Book...." Read More about Passage of Arms
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. First American edition. Read More about The Schirmer Inheritance
London: 1 November, 1957. "Self-discipline is the professional writer's primary need" Interesting letter from Ambler, in answer to the question, "How important to you was your high school education, and is college experience necessary for creative writing?"Ambler points out that in England "there is no real equivalent of 'high school'..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed ("Eric Ambler") to Westley S. Hartley, in response to the latter's...
16 Pelham Crescent, London: 1st April, 1955. Writing, in part, “Your letter of February 15th has only just reached me. Unfortunately, I left the house to which it was addressed eight years ago. Reading your letter now makes me even sadder that I was before at the way things worked..... Read More about Typed Letter, Signed, To Mr. Edwin Knopf, of Metro Goldwyn Mayer
Various places: 1937-40. On American Realism. The American authors Frazier Hunt, Flannery Lewis, Willen Brand, Rupert Hughes, Bradford Smith, Margaret Ayer Barnes and Hans Otto Storm respond to Kronovet's question “Has American Realism contributed anything beyond Balzac and Zola.” Accompanied by an autograph note signed, "Gilbert Parker” to Schoenwold thanking..... Read More about Collection of 8 letters from literary figures to Dr. Milton Kronovet, V. S. D. C
places: 1960-1970s. Columbia Writer's Conference. Much of the correspondence relates to the Writers Conference that Humphreys directed for Columbia University, authors sending in acceptances and regrets, some relate to grants and others from friends such as Leoni Adams Troy consisting of seven cards with notes (some additional leaves inserted) and..... Read More about A group of letters from American authors consisting of 36 typed and autograph letters and 7...
[Boston]: Office of the Daily Commercial Gazette, n.d. [August, 1830]. Rare American Announcement of the July Revolution. This Boston broadside, published by the [Boston] Daily Commercial Gazette, contains extracts from the London papers detailing the July 1830 Revolution in France that overthrew Charles X. It is presumably one of the..... Read More about Revolution in France! [drop title
Various places: 1962 - 1972. Read More about Small archive of 6 Letters signed (5 Typed, 1 Autograph) to the New York photographers PACH BROS,...
Parma: Guanda, 1963. First edition. No. 4 in the publisher’s series “Collana Felice”. Signed by Zukofsky, Ginsberg, Duncan, Levertov, et al. An astonishingly substantial and important anthology of modern American poetry — from Emily Dickinson through the mid-20th century poets, including the Beats, furnished with encyclopedic bio-bibliographical notes by the..... Read More about Poesia americana del ’900 … introduzioni e note biobibliografiche a cura di Carlo Izzo
N.p. [?Baltimore]: 1822. Unpublished Manuscript by an Early 19th Century American Poet. Unpublished manuscript "Preface" by the American poet Walter Bicker Walter (1796-1823). Walter published one long poem, Sukey (Boston, 1821, with a second edition that same year) and a volume of Poems (Boston, 1821). His portrait was painted by..... Read More about Manuscript "Preface"
Boston: Printed for the Author, 1848. First edition. A Parody of "Childe Harold" Written by Nathan Ames, Harvard graduate of 1848, died in 1865 and author of "The Bard of Lind". This copy contains a clipping from "The Daily Crimson" (ca. 1898) of a review of the work by C...... Read More about Childe Harvard; A Romance of Cambridge. By Senor Alguno
London: MacMillan and Company, 1894. Second edition in English. Read More about Amiel's Journal. the Journal Intime of Henri-Frederic Amiel. Translated ith an Introduction and...
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, (1957). First American edition. Review Copy. With Advance slip tipped in. Read More about A Case of Samples. Poems 1946-1956
London: Jonathan Cape, . First edition. Read More about The James Bond Dossier
The Hague: 's-Gravenhage, 2 October 1958, 31st July 1959. ¶The noted historical writer provides more recent biographical information for Hartley. Hartley had enquired how valuable to his creative writing was his formal education. To which he responded that “high school” was certainly important but that he sees “the most important..... Read More about Two typed letters, signed “Jo van Ammers-Kuller” and a typed synopsis entitled “Diana. The...
New York: Leeds Music Corporation, [copyrigh 1941]. Read More about 5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos
Rand McNally, (1929). In Radio's Heyday, Its Most Popular Program. Signed on the first blank by the creators. Read More about All about Amos ’n’ Andy and Their Creators Correll and Gosden
London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly [by T. Gillet], 1800. Includes a sixteen page list of subscribers and final four page list of advertisements. Read More about Odes...translated into English verse with Notes by Thomas Moore, Esq. of the Middle Temple
[N.p: Privately Printed, 1845]. First edition, one of 25 large paper copies printed. One of 25 Copies, Inscribed to His Wife. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED on half-title “To the most beloved from John L. Anderdon, 7th Nov. 1845”, of this colloquy on angling after the fashion of Izaac Walton and..... Read More about The River Dove; With Some Quiet Thoughts on the Happy Practice of Angling, near to the Seat of...
London: Constable & Co. Ltd, 1913. First Robinson edition. Read More about Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales with Illus. by Heath Robinson