New York: May 23, 1932. Read More about Portrait photograph of Alfred Lunt
Hyattsville, Maryland: 24 February and 22 July, 1976. Cain writing of his current work "a child's book, a rewrite, for young consumption of one I ran across, that I never sent to the agent, about a child, a young girl, who was given a baby tiger to raise...tigers are a...... Read More about Two typed letters, signed "Jim", to columnist Cindy Adams
Hollywood or Beverly Hills: September 1938. WITH: Nancy Kelly (1921-1995), Actress ANS.Beverly Hills September 1938. WITH: Margaret Tallichet (1914-1991), Actress, wifec of William Wyler. ANS 3 different inscriptions on one leaf from Eisie's notebook. Read More about ANS. To Alfred Eisenstaedt. WITH: Nancy Kelly ANS. WITH: Margaret Tallichet ANS
Hutchinson & Co. Number 72 of 100 copies of the Edition De Luxe, signed with her signed card laid in. Mrs Patrick Campbell (February 9, 1865 – April 9, 1940) was one of the most successful British stage actresses of her generation. Her first marriage, from which she took the..... Read More about My Life and Some Letters
Eddie Cantor, Josef Hoffmann, C.B. DeMille to Alfred Eisenstaedt. Eddie Cantor (1892-1964) began his stage career in 1907, and a half-century later was still going strong on TV's “Colgate Comedy Hour”. He was a Ziegfeld Follies star, a radio headliner with his own shows, and a star of screen and..... Read More about Autograph Note Signed to photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, New York, 1938 [with, on verso:]...
[Philadelphia]: 1908. Among the cast of the play in addition to Carle was Dewitt Mott, Sylvain Langlois and George Bogues. This work was adapted from the French farce “Mme. Mongodin” by Carle. Read More about Broadside for the Chestnut Street Opera House presenting Richard Carle in “Mary's Lamb,”...
New York: March 14, 1955. Series taken during Diahann Carroll's stunning Broadway debut as "Ottilie alias Violet", in the Harold Arlen/Truman Capote musical HOUSE OF FLOWERS, which ran from Dec. 20, 1954 through May 21, 1955. Carroll was 20 years old at the time. Read More about Portrait Photograph of Diahann Carroll in "House of Flowers"
New York & London: Mitchell Kennerley, 1913. First American edition. Read More about The New Spirit in Drama & Art
New York: November 18, 1958. Read More about Portrait photograph of John Carter
New York: c. 1930. A short response in scrawled hand from the actor who immortalized “Casey at the Bat.” reading in part: “I guess whatever success I’ve achieved was born of a sense of responsibility to do all I could in anything I undertook.” American actor, singer, comedian, and theatrical..... Read More about Autograph letter signed "DeWolf Hopper" to "Master Halpern" (Seymour Halpern)...
Boston: Printed [at the Apollo Press, by Belknap & Hall] for David West, no. 36, Marlborough-, . First American Edition. Read More about A Bold Stroke for a Wife: A Comedy, In Five Acts … with Alterations and Amendments. As...
Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, 1903. First edition. Read More about The Mediaeval Stage
Los Angeles: 29 May 1942. Chandler Sells Part of His Soul. Chandler assigns film rights for his third novel, completed in March 1942, here still bearing his original title, The Brasher Doubloon as well as the alternate title that Chandler gave it at Blanche Knopf’s suggestion. The High Window was..... Read More about Original Typed Document, signed in ink (“Raymond Chandler”), dated 29 May 1942, assigning...
New York: January 5, 1956. Read More about Portrait photograph of Carol Channing "en chinoise"
New York: January 5, 1956. The print used for reproduction in PORTRAITS (1978). Read More about Portrait photograph of Carol Channing in GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES
Denver: 22 November 1959. Replying to Hartley's enquiry about her writing and education. High school was of importance to her due to her English and Latin teachers. The Latin helping her understand English grammar and the Latin teacher reciting poetry and the English teacher introducing her to Shakespeare. Of college..... Read More about Typed letter signed “Mary Chase”
London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1867. First edition. Presentation copy. PRESENTATION COPY with “From the Author” on half-title. John Lodge Ellerton's copy. The British amateur composer wrote the opera “Domenica,”“Lucinda,”and “The Bridal of Triermain,” the first of which was produced at Drury Lany. In 1857 he published his noted oratoria..... Read More about Oswald of Deira: A Drama
London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Parkes, R.B. First edition thus, of a work originally published in 1740. A well illustrated edition of the dramatist's ingenuously frank autobiography and description of the Restoration and early 18th theatre. Cibber (1671-1757) was an actor, and the author of the comedies The Careless Husband..... Read More about An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Written by Himself. A new edition with notes and...
New York: The Avondale Press, (1929). First edition. Seabury was the General Counsel to the Motion Picture Board of tarde and the National Association of the Motion Picture Indsutry. Read More about Motion Picture Problems. The Cinema and the League of Nations
New York: Macmillan Company, 1932. First edition. Inscribed by the Last of Barnum's Clowns. Inscribed on the front free endpaper “For the members of the Boys Club of New York in the fond hope they may enjoy reading this partial record of my happy past. ‘Uncle ’ Bob Sherwood, Last..... Read More about Hold Yer Hosses! The Elephants are Coming
New York: Haper, 1938. First Edition. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO HIS PARENTS. A Harper "Find" novel about the circus, inscribed on ffep to the author's parents by the author. Read More about Big Show
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, . Inscribed. Inscribed on the free endpaper “Four Circus Guys are better any day than Four Hawaiians–So step Closah-h-h Friends! This book is inscribed by Courtney Ryley Cooper (world's imfamous clown and worse writer) to Eddie Nemo (world's infamouser laugh eradicator) thence to Leonard Traube..... Read More about Circus Day
Leipzig: Verlagsbuchhandlung von J.J. Weber, 1895. First Edition. Read More about Fahrend Volk. Abnormitäten, Kuriositäten und interessante Vertreter der wandernden Künstlerwelt
London: [Henry Hills], 1709. Piracy of the First Edition (printed in the same year). Read More about The Circus: or, British Olympicks. A Satyr on the Ring in Hide-Park
New York: Viking Press, 1935. First edition. One of the great anti-war novels to come out of the First World War and the basis for the film by Stanley Kubrick starring Kirk Douglas and Adolphe Menjou. Read More about Paths of Glory
Paris: Charles Portal Éditeur, . #128 of 1000. Inscribed to Madame della Paolera by Lifar et al with a pen drawing. Read More about Prestige de la danse...realisation de Jean Guéritte en collaboarion avec Monique Lancelot