London: Chapman and Hall, 1859. First edition, this copy with page 213 correctly numbered. Read More about A Tale of Two Cities
[Boston]: 59, Mount Vernon Street, . Read More about Manuscript fair copy of "Books and Season " 14 lines, Signed in full. Published as...
The Manuscript reading in part:The Summer comes and the Summer goes;Wild-flowers are fringing the dusty lanes,The sparrows go darting thro' fragrant rains,And, all of a sudden--it snowsPublished version reads:"The Summer comes and the Summer goes;Wild-flowers are fringing the dusty lanes,The shallows go darting through fragrant rains,Then, all of a sudden--it..... Read More about Manuscript poem "Snow", Signed Eight lines
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Company, 1882. First edition. Inscribed to the Translator. Presentation copy inscribed "Madame Thérese Blanc from her friend T.B. Aldrich" on fhe half-title.Together with a 2 pp. A.L.S. to Auguste Allion , May 9, 1899 mentioning the success of his book and its translation by Madame Blanc..... Read More about Poems
Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co, 1870. First edition, First state. Read More about The Story of a Bad Boy
New York: Dodd, Mead & Comapny, 1934. Kent, Rockwell. First edition. Read More about Candy
Philadelphia: John C. Winston, [n.d., ca. 1907]. Early reprint. RareIn Dust Jacket. Read More about Chester Rand; or, A New Path to Fortune
New York: Hurst & Company, 1900. Reprint. Read More about The Erie Train Boy
New York: April 24, 1966. Read More about Contract signed "Nelson Algren", for a Slovene language edition of Never Come Morning
New York: Franz J. Horch, June 14, 1952. Foreign rights for The Man with the Golden Arm. A signed agreement by Algreen allowing for previously negotiated rights to a Spanish language edition of The Man with the Golden Arm to be extended to additional publishers in Buenos Aires and Mexico..... Read More about Typed agreement signed ("Nelson Algreen"), regarding rights for a Spanish language...
New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956. First printing. Read More about A Walk on the Wild Side
New York: The MacMillan Company, . First printing. Read More about Who Lost an American?
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc, 1933. First Edition, earlier state of the text on pages 352 and 1086 and the word "found" duplicated on page 397 line 22. Inscribed to Achmed Abdullah. Inscribed "Dear Achmed : To sign this for you first memory but some trepidation-remembering it goes to..... Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc, 1933. First Edition, earlier state of the text on pages 352 and 1086 and the word "found" duplicated on page 397 line 22. Inscribed. “Inscribed for Miss R.B. McIntosh with the cordial regards of the author, Hervey Allen December 19 35”. Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1933. First edition, first issue with publisher's monogram design on verso of title and other points. Inscribed. Inscribed at length on the front free endpaper: "Autographed for H.L. Batterman, Jr with cordial regards. My dear Mr. Batterman: It may interest you to know that some..... Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1895 & 1896. First edition , First Issue. Read More about A Kentucky Cardinal. A Story. WITH: Aftermath. Part Second of "A Kentucky Cardinal"
N. P: n.d. Inscribed “To Wes Hartley-a bright and dignified Sport-With Adminration… Gloria I. Alley. Read More about Autograph note signed “Gloria I. Alley
New York: Viking, (1996). First edition. This copy is inscribed by Patricia "Tish" Hankey Alsop, wife of Stewart to her sister-in-law Corinne , 'sis", Alsop Chubb, "For Sis with love from Tish February 1996." A fine association copy. Read More about Taking on the World, Joseph and Stewart Alsop-Guardians of the American Century
New York: Harper & Row, (1964). First edition. This copy is inscribed by the Author, famous WASP columnist, to his sister Corinne , 'sis", Alsop Chubb, "For darling Corinney with much love and infinite admiration, Joe." Read More about From the Silent Earth. A Report on the Greek Bronze Age
hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. First edition, first issue, before the lines "In swelling phrase and terms unmeaning veils | Her hellish plots, her dark designs conceals' were censored from p. 20. One of the founding and most talented members of the Hartford Wits and of the famous..... Read More about A Poem; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington, late President of the United States, and...
New York: Harper & Row, (1968). First edition. This copy has a T.L.S. laid in to Percy Chubb, his brother-in-law from this famous WASP columnist, on Saturday Evening Post stationery thanking him for his letter about the book, with a holograph postscript "As you probably know I'm switching to Ñewsweek."..... Read More about The Center. People and Power in Political Washington
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...