Richard Strauss Composer Autograph, Handwritten Letter Signed & Mounted

   Autograph letter signed, one page, 4,5 x 7 inch, `Landhaus Richard Strauss Garmisch` stationery, Garmisch, 11.06.1921, in German, reply letter to an anonymous "Intendant" declining his invitation for the following winter because of an impending journey to the USA - Strauss gives his compliments on the superb representation of his `Ariadne` and promises to get in touch after his returm from the USA, signed in dark ink "Richard Strauss", attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph, shows Richard Strauss in a beautiful half length portrait (altogether 11,75 x 8,25 ...

Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood. Superb Autograph Letter Signed 1807

   A superb Autograph Letter Signed Collingwood, to Lieutenant-General Sir Hew Dalrymple, Commander in Chief at Gibraltar, giving the news of the capture of Buenos Ayres by the Spaniards, assessing the Monte Video expedition, anxieties about ships bound for South America, the complexities of regulating trade, etc. 9 x 7 inches, very fine. It is but too true that Buenos Ayres is again in the hands of the Spaniards. From 1778 Collingwoods career was closely connected with that of Nelson whom he followed up the ladder of promotion step by step. He took part in many victories including ...

Theodore Roosevelt Autograph Letter Signed

   In this two-page missive, Theodore Roosevelt acknowledges a note from General [James Grant] Wilson and states: "I did not come to 689 until last evening". He wants Wilson to arrange a visit, since had I a moment's spare time I would call on you myself. This letter probably dates from the period Roosevelt was NYC Police Commissioner (1895-97), since it was during that period that he and Edith lived at Bamie's house at 689 Madison Ave, New York. The letter, all in Theodore Roosevelt's hand, is written on 7" x 4 1/2" stationery imprinted with that address. Condition: One small spot in the...

John F. Kennedy Autograph Letter Signed Circa 1946

  Make an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Take a Look at This Week's Specials! KENNEDY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED CIRCA 1946 - HFSID 285833. KENNEDY During his first campaign for a seat in Congress (1946), he signed this handwritten letter to a former Harvard classmate, discussing measures to secure the Italian-American vote. Rare Political Autograph Letter Signed: "Jack" , 2 pages, 6x9, front and verso. To Tony (former Harvard classmate Tony Galluccio). No place, no date but during his first race for Congress in 1946. In full: Thanks very much for your letter. It sounds like you ...

A. A. Milne Autograph Letter Signed Re/ His Childhood Rr Auction Coa

   Milne (18821956) was a British author who, despite a large body of novels, plays, and other adult writings, will forever be most closely associated with his much-beloved series of Winnie the Pooh stories. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY A. Autograph letter signed by Alan A. Milne to his great niece Darling Alison. The letter is two pages on a single leaf, measures 6 by 5.5, was created on October 2, 1951, and is in fine condition with remnants of tape on the left border. MILNE GIVES ADVICE TO ALISON ON PLAYING CRICKET BY TELLING HER A LONG AND DETAILED STORY OF PLAYING THE SPORT DURING ...

Otto Von Bismarck German Statesman Autograph, Handwritten Letter Signed

   A conservative German statesman who dominated European affairs from the 1860s to his dismissal in 1890. Autograph letter signed, four pages - on two adjoining sheets (both sides), 5,5 x 8,5 inch, St. Petersburg, 7.12.1860, to his lawyer - concerning changes that had become necessary due to the death of his estate manager in Schönhausen, written and signed in black ink v. Bismarck, with two very small holes to the folding point of the sheets, and a few small ink stains - in fine condition. Ich verliere an ihm einen langjährigen treuen Diener meines Vaters, und nöthigt mich sein Tod ...

Jack Swigert Early Autograph Letter Signed Sent To His Lover Rr Auction Coa

   Jack Swigert (19311982) was a NASA astronaut who, as a last-minute replacement for Ken Mattingly (who had been exposed to German measles), was one of three crew members on the near-disastrous Apollo 13 mission. After becoming embroiled in the controversy surrounding souvenirs carried aboard the Apollo 15 mission, Swigert embarked on a political career running unsuccessfully for a Senate seat in 1978. He finally won a seat in the House of Representatives in 1982 but died before taking office. EARLY AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY JACK SWIGERT TO ACTRESS DOLORES HART, BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ...

James Naismith 1936 Signed Handwritten 4 Page Letter Psa/dna Certified Autograph

JAMES NAISMITH HANDWRITTEN 1936 FOUR PAGE LETTER. VERY RARE SIGNED/HANDWRITTEN DOCUMENT FROM THE INVENTOR OF THE GAME OF BASKETBALL. PSA/DNA CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC #P12947 WITH FULL PHOTO LETTER THAT CAN BE VERIFIED ON JSA'S ONLINE DATABASE. WRITTEN WHILE TOURING GLASGOW, TOUCHING FOUR PAGE LETTER TO HIS WIFE WHICH CLOSES WITH "LOVE TO ALL AND ALL THE LOVE OF THE SCOTCH FOR THE WINES". The item "JAMES NAISMITH 1936 SIGNED HANDWRITTEN 4 PAGE LETTER PSA/DNA CERTIFIED AUTOGRAPH" is in sale since Sunday, February 24, 2019. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan ...

Albert Speer Autograph (signed Letter, Ww2 Architect)

   Rare Autograph of the WW2 chief architect. German architect who was, for most of World War II, Reich Minister of Armaments and War Production for Nazi Germany. Speer was Adolf Hitler's chief architect before assuming ministerial office. Speer joined the Nazi Party in 1931, launching himself on a political and governmental career which lasted fourteen years. His architectural skills made him increasingly prominent within the Party and he became a member of Hitler's inner circle. Hitler instructed him to design and construct structures including the Reich Chancellery and the ...

Franz Liszt Pianist Autograph Letter Signed

   A 19th-century Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, teacher and Franciscan tertiary. Autograph letter signed, two pages (both sides), 5 x 7,75 inch - inlaid to a larger sheet (9 x 12 inch), Weimar, 23.04.1882, in German and French, to publisher of the `Allgemeine deutsche Musikzeitung` Otto Lessmann - offering to dedicate a symphonic `Canone perpetuo` in thanks if only he himself were more familiar with the canon form, inviting him to accompany him to the Musicians` Congress in Zurich, and adding that he is reading and recommending his paper, written and signed in black ink ...

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