Bookseller: Charles Agvent [x]
Topic: Signed [x]
Cohasset: August 1946.
A postcard-sized photograph of Wilder in performance in THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the author on the verso to a woman more
Fine 8" x 10" black-and-white photograph of Carter smiling admirably at famed Hollywood restaurant owner Maude Chasen. INSCRIBED and SIGNED as President in the upper more
MOORE, Marianne (translator)
New York: Viking, 1954.
Illustrated with a frontispiece. The first edition of this translation, suggested by W.H. Auden, this one of the 400 numbered and SIGNED copies. This copy more
MENCKEN, H. L
Superb 7-1/2" x 9-1/2" photographic portrait of a stern-looking, just short of a smile Mencken INSCRIBED by him "Jack [?],/with best regards" and SIGNED in more
Fine 8" x 10" engraving on heavy paper by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing of Carter. SIGNED below the image in full as "Jimmy more
New York: New Directions, (1978).
One of 150 copies SIGNED by Levertov, this copy not numbered but marked "out-of-series" and likely a complimentary copy sent to the actor MacDonald Carey. more
Holiday greetings, all INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the poet, usually as "Bill," to another poet, usually in the form of a printed reproduction of the more
A 6-3/4" x 9-1/4" formal portrait of Wilder in middle age or beyond by an unidentified photographer INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the subject in the more
(Chester, MA): (Hollow Spring Press), (1983).
Wraps decorated by Bruce MacDonald. One of 1000 copies printed, the first 25 issued signed. There is no indication that this is one of those more
Attractive 8" x 10" portrait SIGNED by the author of THE JUNGLE and OIL! (made into the film THERE WILL BE BLOOD) on his light more
An 8" x 10" black-and-white formal portrait of a pensive Lewis, head on his fist and looking down. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on more
A 6" x 8-3/4" vintage formal portrait by Pirie Mac Donald, "Photographer of Men." INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author: "To Miss Christy/with best wishes more
An 8" x 10" black-and-white portrait of the author of FROM HERE TO ETERNITY and THE THIN RED LINE in a suit and tie standing more
New York/New Haven: Coward-McCann/Yale University Press, 1931.
First Trade Edition, only 5,900 copies printed. These one-act plays represent Wilder's first attempt at a colloquial style and his first successful work for the more
1983 - 1990.
Superb archive of seven letters from the author of ANGELA'S ASHES to R'Lene Dahlberg, fellow teacher at Stuyvesant High School, friend, wife of author Edward more
EMERSON, Ralph Waldo
Carte-de-Visite (2-1/2" x 4") photograph of Ralph W. Emerson. A distinguished bust-length profile by Allen [Boston], strongly SIGNED on verso : "R.W. Emerson." Signed photographs more
[LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth] MARSHALL, William Edgar
Philadelphia: George Barrie, 1881.
Original, large engraved portrait of Longfellow surrounded by vignette scenes from his best-loved poems (Hiawatha, Blacksmith, Hesperus, Revere, etc.), with plenty of room for all more
A large 10-3/4" x 14" and fairly early formal portrait of a pensive Lewis staring down at his typewriter by Underwood & Underwood of Washington, more
ONDAATJE, Michael (Arthur Penn)
[Toronto]: Anansi, 1970.
Wraps issue published simultaneously with the hardcover issue, this being the first state without the award statement. A superb Association Copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by more
New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp, 1929.
Second Trade Edition in green cloth. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the former President on the recto of the frontispiece portrait, as usual: "To Charles Hussey/Cordially/Calvin more