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Publisher: New York: (December), circa .: .
Seller ID: 31952
New York: (December), circa .. .. - A letter penned in blue ink and filling both sides of a sheet of his personalized letterhead, approximately 7 inches high by 6-1/4 inches wide. Undated but "12/13" has been noted in another hand and the year was around 1968. Signed "David." The letterhead is very lightly bumped. Folded 3 times for mailing. Very good. An amusingly frustrated letter about the difficulties of setting up an interview with Ch... View more info
Publisher: (Fairfax, VA: Mark E. Mitchell, Inc.), circa .: .
Seller ID: 23622
(Fairfax, VA: Mark E. Mitchell, Inc.), circa .. .. Very good. - Quarto, pictorial wraps. Lightly creased & soiled. 20 pp. Illustrated with B&W facsimiles. Very good. 115 newspapers fully described and priced. View more info
Publisher: New York: November 22, 1978.: 1978.
Seller ID: 34329
New York: November 22, 1978.. 1978.. Very good. - 104 words typed on a sheet of New York Post letterhead, approximately 11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide, with "Office of the Publisher" printed at top left. Signed "Rupert Murdoch". The top edge of the letter is slightly creased with a paper-clip mark at top left. Folded twice for mailing. Near fine. Murdoch writes to Halprin to apologize for canceling a luncheon at which he was to meet John McGoff, a... View more info
Publisher: [circa 1940's].: [circa 1940's].
Seller ID: 36600
- A 12-3/8 inch high by 8-1/4 inch wide black & white photograph of Edward R. Murrow on 14 inch high by 11 inch wide photo paper. The portrait depicts the legendary broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow with his patterned tie loose, sleeves rolled up and the collar of his white shirt unbuttoned. Seated sideways, leaning attentively toward the camera, the pose emphasizes the dark suspenders holding up tweed pants. Depicted from the hips up, Murrow's right arm rests on the... View more info
Publisher: New York: October 11, 1957.: 1957.
Seller ID: 35082
New York: October 11, 1957.. 1957.. Very good. - 35 words typed on a cream-colored, 10-1/2 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide sheet of New York Journal and American letterhead with "Office of the Publisher" printed below the address. Signed "Seymour Berkson". There is a light crease to the upper left margin of the letterhead with some very light creasing to the bottom edge. Folded twice for mailing. Very good. Berkson accepts an invitation from Edward Hirten... View more info
Publisher: Piccadilly [London]: 30 March, 1895.: 1895.
Seller ID: 34045
Piccadilly [London]: 30 March, 1895.. 1895.. Good. - 26 words penned in black ink on a sheet of cream letterhead, 7-5/8 inches high by 5 inches wide, with his address printed in blind at top right. Signed in the third person in the body of the letter: "Sir Algernon Borthwick presents his compliments...". There is some rubbing & light creasing to the top edge of the letterhead with a tiny area of soiling at bottom left. There are scraps of gray paper adhering to t... View more info
By: Cook, Fred J
Publisher: New York: G. P Putnam's Sons, (1984).: (1984).
Seller ID: 3584
New York: G. P Putnam's Sons, (1984).. (1984).. Fine. - Octavo, cloth-backed boards titled in gilt on the spine, in a dust wrapper. The top edge of the dust jacket is slightly chipped. 320 pages. Near fine in a very good dust wrapper. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper to Ed Fitzgerald, then editor of "Saga" magazine, who gave Cook the William Remington assignment: "For Ed Fitzgerald, Whose memoir (a Christmas gift) I've been reading with intere... View more info
Publisher: (London): Holland Press, (1979).: (1979).
Seller ID: 5935
(London): Holland Press, (1979).. (1979).. Fine. - Octavo, red cloth titled in gilt, in dw. The dw is very lightly soiled. [vi] & 205 pp. Near fine. Reprint of the original 1927 edition. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY: December 10, 1936.: 1936.
Seller ID: 36514
- Typed letter filling most of an 11 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide cream-colored sheet of Brooklyn Times Union letterhead. Signed "Joseph J. Early". The edges & corners of the letter are lightly creased & its bottom edge is darkened. There are a few short tears to the edges & a small piece out at bottom right. Folded twice for mailing. Good. Early sends a warm letter and his autograph to future congressman Seymour Halpern, then a young autograph collector. Halpern... View more info
Publisher: New York: November 2, 1933.: 1933.
Seller ID: 36566
- 67 words typed on an 11-inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide cream-colored sheet of note paper with J. P. Morgan's Wall Street address printed at top left. Signed "Martin Egan". There is a small very light stain at top right. Folded 3 times for mailing. Near fine. Egan writes to James B. Pond of the Pond Lecture Bureau regretting that he and his wife are unable to accept Pond's invitation to attend actress Dorothy Sands' show. Martin Egan [1872-1938] was an American jo... View more info
Publisher: New York: October 4, 1950.: 1950.
Seller ID: 36209
New York: October 4, 1950., 1950.. Very good. - 65 words typed on a 9-3/8 inch high by 6 inch wide sheet of Hotel Duane letterhead. Signed "Louis Fischer". Together with an unsigned carbon copy of Rugg's reply. The top left corner of Fischer's letter is lightly creased with 2 pinholes where it has been stapled to Rugg's reply. Very good. Fischer replies to an invitation from Rugg to speak at one of Rugg's luncheon forums at Teachers College of Columbia Universi... View more info
Publisher: Circa .: .
Seller ID: 36711
- A scrap of paper mounted on a 2-1/4 inch high by 3 inch wide card is signed in black ink "Patrick Ford". Fine. Patrick Ford [1837-1913] was an Irish American journalist. Born in Galway, Ireland, he emigrated with his parents to Boston in 1845, never returning to Ireland. After working as a printer's devil for two years, he started writing in 1851 and by 1861 was editor and publisher of the Boston Tribune. During the American Civil War he served in the Union for... View more info
By: Frankel, Max.
Publisher: New York: February 5, 1982.: 1982.
Seller ID: 31539
- 24 words typed on a cream sheet of New York Times letterhead with the newspaper's address printed at the top and Frankel's title "Max Frankel / Editor, Editorial Page" below & to the left. The New York Times watermark appears in the lower right corner of the letterhead. Dated February 5, 1982. Signed "Max Frankel" in black ink. The letterhead is lightly bumped. Folded twice for mailing. Near fine. Frankel writes to Mrs. Robert E. Sherwood, widow of t... View more info
Publisher: Stockholm: Bokforlaget Aldus/Bonniers, (1965).: (1965).
Seller ID: 31060
Stockholm: Bokforlaget Aldus/Bonniers, (1965).. (1965).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed wrappers. The binding is bumped & lightly soiled. The spine & the adjacent edge of the rear wrap are darkened with a small chip to the mid-section of the spine. 249 pages plus 5-page publisher's catalog. The page corners in the first third of the book are lightly bumped. Good. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: Guatemala: Diario de Centro America, n.d. [1960?].: n.d. [1960?].
Seller ID: 13202
Guatemala: Diario de Centro America, n.d. [1960?].. n.d. [1960?].. Good. - Small quarto [7-3/4 inches high by 5-7/8 inches wide] softcover bound in pictorial green & cream wraps. The wraps are rubbed & darkened with a vertical crease to the front wrap & a piece out of its top edge. 80 pages. Black-and-white illustrations [portraits of journalists]. The pages are darkened & there is a very light vertical crease to the leaves. Good. View more info
Publisher: New York: February 26, 1937.: 1937.
Seller ID: 35079
New York: February 26, 1937.. 1937.. Good. - A lengthy typed letter filling one side of a sheet of 10-7/8 inch high by 8-3/8 inch wide sheet of New York Herald Tribune letterhead. Signed "Lewis Gannett". There is creasing & chipping to the left edge of the letter. Folded 3 times for mailing with a small area of additional creasing along the vertical fold. Good. Gannett answers an inquiry from a Mrs. Baker about the theory that the English poet Robert Browning... View more info
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Bucks., U.K.: 26 March, 1930.: 1930.
Seller ID: 36357
- A 4-3/8 inch high by 3-1/4 inch wide black-and-white photographic portrait clipped from a magazine is mounted on an approximately 6 inch high by 4 inch wide cream-colored card. Inscribed and signed on the mount in black ink above and below the photo: "To Seymour Halpern / J. L. Garvin / 26 March 1930 / Gregories / Beaconsfield". Fine. A head-and shoulders portrait of Garvin seated at a desk with his arms folded over a pile of papers. The photo is inscribed to f... View more info
Publisher: Circa .: .
Seller ID: 34337
Circa .. .. Very good. - Sepia-toned portrait, 5-3/4 inches high by 3-3/4 inches wide, clipped from a magazine and mounted on a sheet of cream card, approximately 7 inches high by 4-1/4 inches wide. Inscribed below the photograph and signed "Rothermere". The mount is very lightly creased at top left & its bottom right corner is slightly bumped. Near fine. Harmsworth is photographed at waist length, wearing a high-necked brocaded waistcoat with his ... View more info
Publisher: Montclair, NJ: November 25, 1900.: 1900.
Seller ID: 36479
- Letter penned in black ink on 3 sides of a sheet of his cream letterhead, folded once to form 4 sides, each 6-1/4 inches high by 4 inches wide, with his address printed at the top of the first side. Signed "William B. Howland". There is a tiny chip to the edge of he 1st & 4th sides. Fine. Howland writes to lecture manager Major Pond, praising Pond's book "Eccentricities of Genius" [published 1900]. "I'm going to read it through again. It reads well... View more info
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY: December 19, 1940.: 1940.
Seller ID: 31519
- A lengthy 2-page letter typed on two sheets of 10-3/8 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide cream paper with the magazine's PM logo printed in red at the top of the first. A smaller logo, at the top of the second page, indicates that the letter is continued on this page. Signed "Ralph Ingersoll". There are some pencil notes [probably in Ben Hecht's hand] above the letter's salutation. The bottom edges of the 2 sheets are slightly darkened. Folded 4 times for mailing. Wi... View more info