ROBERT FROST ON HIS “LECTURING”, OR LACK THEREOF!
FROST, ROBERT. (1874-1963). American poet. Somewhat uncommon, Autograph Letter Signed, “Robert Frost”. One full page, octavo. Amherst, Massachusetts, February 22, 1931.
ATTRACTIVE SIGNED QUARTO PHOTOGRAPH OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (1882-1945). President of the United States. Attractive Quarto Photograph Signed, “Franklin D. Roosevelt”, (probably as President) to the right of his image. He is depicted in a full-face, bust pose, gazing benevolently at the viewer. Very fine condition.
JAMES MADISON – FINE EXAMPLE OF HIS FRANKING SIGNATURE, AS SECRETARY OF STATE
MADISON, JAMES. (1751-1836). Fourth President of the United States; Signer of U.S. Constitution, and it’s framer. Free Franked Address Leaf Signed, “James Madison” as Secretary of State, and noted as coming from the “Department of State”.
VERDI PENS A NOTE ON HIS NAME IMPRINTED CALLING CARD
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. (1813-1901) Italian composer. Attractive Autograph Note Signed, “G. Verdi”, in Italian, on his personal imprinted calling card.
PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER CHRONICLES FRANCO-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP FROM LAFAYETTE’S ROLE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION TO AMERICA’S ASSISTANCE OF FRANCE DURING THE GREAT WAR
HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). President. Remarkable Typed Statement Signed, “Herbert Hoover,” as President, on imprinted White House stationary. One page, quarto. Washington, August 13, 1932.
THE ARTIST WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CREATION OF THE ‘GIBSON GIRL’
GIBSON, CHARLES DANA. (1867-1944). American illustrator; best known for his creation of the ‘Gibson Girl’, an iconic representation of the beautiful and independent Euro-American woman. Autograph Letter Signed, “C.D. Gibson”, on imprinted Life letterhead stationery. One full page, quarto.
“I AM SORRY THAT OUR WORK FOR EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN COMES IN COLLISION WITH THE BIG RECEPTION – BUT THOSE EARNEST TO HELP IN THE CAUSE WILL GO TO OUR MEETING FIRST & TO THE RECEPTION LATER & SO TAKE IN BOTH”
ANTHONY, SUSAN B. (1820-1906). American woman-suffrage advocate. Autograph Letter Signed, “Susan B. Anthony”, on imprinted Woman Suffrage New York State Constitutional Convention letterhead. Four full pages, octavo. Rochester, N.Y., Feb 3, 1894. Minor edge wear, else very fine condition. To Ms Hawkins. Anthony writes: