Gerard A.J. Stodolski, Inc.

Historic Autograph Letters, Manuscripts & Documents

Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

woman’s studies

Displaying 29 - 35 of 39 items

MARIANNE MOORE TO VIVIENNE KOCH

MOORE, MARIANNE.  (1887-1972).  American poet.  Typed Letter Signed, “Marianne”, on her imprinted 260 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn 5, New York stationery.  One page, octavo.  New York, April 13, 1954. 

$595.00
Full Description

QUEEN VICTORIA TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON  ~~ “The Queen quite forgets.”

VICTORIA, QUEEN (ALEXANDRINA VICTORIA).  (1819 –1901) Queen  of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.  Scarce, early Autograph Letter Signed, twice, in the third person, “The Queen”.

$2500.00
Full Description

ELIZABETH I  ~~   GRANTS A LETTERS PATENT  —  IN 1588

ELIZABETH I.  (1533-1603).  Queen of England and Ireland;  only child of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn; sometimes called “the Virgin  Queen”; last of the Tudor monarchs.  Rare Manuscript Document boldly Signed “Elizabeth R”, as Queen at upper left. One page, oblong folio, vellum, in Latin and Olde English. No place, February 8, 1588.  Countersigned by William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, as Lord High Treasurer, and leader of her Privy Council. 

$39,500.00
Full Description

A RARE LETTER OF MARY SHELLEY  ~~ THE AUTHOR OF ‘FRANKENSTEIN’

SHELLEY, MARY (1797-1851) British novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer. Shelley is best known for her Gothic novel: Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. Rare Autograph Letter Signed, “Mary Shelley.” One page, octavo.

$9500.00
Full Description

D.H. LAWRENCE TO SARA TEASDALE  —  ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF HER FLAME AND SHADOW  COLLECTION OF POETRY  —  “ONE MUST HARDEN ONES HEART AND LAST, OR DIE OF IT.  AS FOR ME, IT RESOLVES IN TO A LONG FIGHT.  AND ONE SEES THE SWORD IN EVERYTHING”

LAWRENCE, D.H.  (1885-1930).  English novelist, poet and essayist.  Terrific Autograph Letter Signed, “D.H. Lawrence”.  One full page, quarto. To poet Sara Teasdale.    “Villa Fontana Vecchia, Taormina”,   January 28, 1921.  Very fine condition.   

$6500.00
Full Description

BAYARD TAYLOR —  AUTHOR OF ‘THE FIRST GAY NOVEL’  TO BE PUBLISHED IN AMERICA  —  PENS A FABULOUS EARLY ILLUSIONARY LETTER:  “NOW, THAT YOU YOURSELF WEAR THE FETTERS MATRIMONIAL, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO DREAM ME INTO THEM SO EASILY.”

TAYLOR, BAYARD. (1825-1878) American poet, literary critic, translator, and travel author.  Exceptional and early Autograph Letter Signed “J. Bayard Taylor”. [Taylor was christened ‘James Bayard Taylor’ at birth, thus the “J” in his signature].    Two full pages, quarto. Phoenixville, June 16, 1847. To Taylor’s early friend and apprentice in the printing trade, Edward Paxson, (1824-1905), later Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

$1500.00
Full Description

HENRY JAMES  — TO THE WIFE OF ARTIST SIR LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA

JAMES, HENRY.  (1843-1882).  American writer; born in New York City, he resided in London from 1876 and became a naturalized British citizen in 1915;  author of The American (1877), The Europeans (1878), Daisy Miller (1879), Washington Square (1881), The Bostonians (1886), and The Tragic Muse (1890).    Autograph Note Signed, “Henry James”, on a 16mo. card.  “3 Bolton Court”, London,  February 12, no year.

$450.00
Full Description

Demo Title


This will close in 200 seconds