London: Printed for C. and J. Rivington, 1826. A New Edition. Read More about The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke
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...
Various places: 1962 - 1972. Read More about Small archive of 6 Letters signed (5 Typed, 1 Autograph) to the New York photographers PACH BROS,...
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 Unpublished Manuscript by an Early 19th Century American Poet. Unpublished manuscript "Preface" by the American poet Walter Bicker Walter (1796-1823).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
Entwhistle Books, 1980. One of 200 copies, signed by the author. Beautifully produced illustrated novel of a night in Greenwich Village, illustrated by Charles Stevenson from scenes directed by the author and by publisher Paul Williams. Chester Anderson was author of The Butterfly Kid (1967) and was the impresario of..... Read More about Fox and Hare. The Story of a Friday Evening
Boston: Bruce Humphries, Inc, (1934). First edition. Inscribed to Colonel Donald Shumway Rockwell by the author. Read More about In Eastern Seas. With a Visit to Insulinde and the Golden Chersonese
Washington, D.C: Anderson House, 1939. First edition. Read More about Key Largo. A Play in Prologue and Two Acts
New York: November 29, 1933. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Sherwood Anderson
New York: Liveright, Inc, . No. 92 of 165 copies, signed by the author. Read More about Beyond Desire
New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925. No. 65 of 350 copies signed by the author. Read More about Dark Laughter
new York: B.W. Huebsch, Inc, 1923. First Edition. First issue, with orange topstain. Read More about Horses and Men. Tales Long and Short from our American Life
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1926. First Edition. Read More about Sherwood's Anderson's Notebook
New York: B.W. Huebsch, Inc, 1924. First Edition. Read More about A Story Teller's Story
New York: Boni & Liveright, 1926. First edition. Limited to 350 copies, this being number 344. Signed by Anderson on the limitation page. Limited edition, signed. Autobiographical novel. Read More about Tar. A Midwest Childhood
New York: John Lane, 1916. First Edition. His First Book. Anderson's first book, dedicated “To the living men and women of my own Middle Western home town”. Read More about Windy McPherson's Son
San Francisco: Random House, 1928. Angelo, Valenti. Copy No. 909 of 980 copies printed by the Grabhorn Press. Read More about The Scarlet Letter
Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 7 November 1958. Writing to Hartley regarding his education and his writing, Angle noted that foundations of writing are learned in high school and college could be a valuable experience but not indispensible “One learns to write by writing and at the same time subjecting oneself..... Read More about Typed letter, signed “Paul M. Angle”
Boston: John P. Jewett. New York : Sheldon, Lamport & Blakeman, 1855. First Edition. Anti-Catholic novel. Read More about The Know Nothing. (?
New York: Printed by John P. Prall, No. 9 Spruce-Street, 1850. First edition. ONLY TWO COPIES IN NUC. A curious little volume of verse interleaved with blank pages. On the verso preceding the first page the author has written: "The blanks are for sketch or music, by who've taste, and..... Read More about The Family and Guest (In the United States), by the Father
New York: Published for the Author by G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1874. First edition. Read More about The Antediluvian or Serpentine Musings. By a Descendant of Noah
New York: 27 September 1958. Hartley had written to Anthony regarding the biographical information in ‘Twentieth Century Authors” and whether she had some additions which she responds that she does not and that “In a general way it covers the situation…It may interest you to know that I have a...... Read More about Typed letter signed “Katharine Anthony”
London: Kegan Paul, 1914. Present from a Prince. Handsome standard edition of this classic sporting work, with the small engraved card of Prince Dimitri de Russie (1901-1980, nephew of tsar Nicholas II), and his handwritten birthday wishes, “Many happy returns of the day, and best wishes Dimitri” [with a flourish]..... Read More about The Life of a Sportsman. By Nimrod
London: Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. Bride-Court, Bridge-Street, 1820. Second English edition. Brackenridge was sent in 1817-1818 by the United States Commission to investigate the Spanish province of South America. In 1819, he published his Voyage to South America, 1820, in two volumes. This English edition consists of..... Read More about Voyage to Buenos Ayres. Performed in the Years 1817 and 1818, by Order of the American Government
[ El Rancho Bonito, Arizona: Evans School], 1912. Miscellany of poetry and photographs of school life. Among the 17 students of the Evans School at El Rancho Burrito in this year were Louis Gordon Hamersley, Archibald Bullock Roosevelt, and Thomas Archer Morgan. Read More about The Crib 1912
n.p: January 1975. Self-portrait done at the request of collector Burt Britton, SIGNED “Michael Arlen” and dated. Read More about Self-portrait