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ANHOUILH, JEAN
JEAN ANOUILH A mounted 3 1/2 x 6 1/2 photo-reproduction of an oil portrait of the French dramatist who has signed and inscribed his image, "To Jean Azcona, who instilled a love of theater in me, affectionately, Jean Anouilh." [ref:7155]
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ASHBERY, JOHN
A letter signed on the poet's personal letterhead, April 16, 2002. "I am encloding the copies of Girls on the Run you sent, signed, as well as two signed photographs. I'm not signing the book plates...[they] might confuse customers." 1 page, 4to. [ref:3811]
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BARRIE, J. M.
J. M. BARRIE An excellent 7 x 9 signed and inscribed photograph dated 1938, by the African American entertainer, the rage of Paris in the 1920's and 1930's. [ref:5892]
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BARRIE, J.M.
J.M. BARRIE An autograph letter signed, no date, by the English novelist and playwright, creator of Peter Pan, 15 Old Cavendish Street, Cavendish Square [London]. To John Homer of the publishing house of Cassell, "I have your letter. I will call in on you soon about my novel, between 2 & 3, Yours very truly." Possibly the novel in question was The Little Minister published by Cassell & Co. in 1891. 1 page, 8vo. Light toning. [ref:7003]
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BARRY, PHILIP
PHILIP BARRY A typed letter signed September 1, 1938, by the American playwright, noted for his comedies of manner such as Holiday and The Philadelphia Story. Pertaining to the latter, the writer addresses Harold Freedman, who was head of the theater department of the Brand & Brandt literary agency, and counted among his clients Thornton Wilder, Mary Chase, S.N. Behrman, and others. "For three days I have tried to get you alone for a sufficient length of time to discuss my new comedy with you. You led me to assume that you would join me on the night boat for Boston tonight where, for several hours, we might be free of appointments and telephone calls…For a few weeks, I have been under the impression that you are devoting the largest portion of your time to a certain group of playwrights who are invariably successful and I am beginning to get the impression that your interest is entirely with them rather than with young and aspiring playwrights as myself." 1 page, 4to. [ref:7160]
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Barry, Philip
PHILIP BARRY. A typed letter signed September 1, 1938, by the American playwright, noted for his comedies of manner such as Holiday and The Philadelphia Story. Pertaining to the latter, the writer addresses Harold Freedman, who was head of the theater department of the Brand & Brandt literary agency, and counted among his clients Thornton Wilder, Mary Chase, S.N. Behrman, and others. "For three days I have tried to get you alone for a sufficient length of time to discuss my new comedy with you. You led me to assume that you would join me on the night boat for Boston tonight where, for several hours, we might be free of appointments and telephone calls…For a few weeks, I have been under the impression that you are devoting the largest portion of your time to a certain group of playwrights who are invariably successful and I am beginning to get the impression that your interest is entirely with them rather than with young and aspiring playwrights as myself." 1 page, 4to. [ref:6021]
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Barthelme, Donald
Signed Limited Edition. Donald Bathelme. The Emerald One of an edition of 330 signed on the limitation page by the American author. Original decorative green boards, 8vo. Los Angeles, 1980. [ref:4914]
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BENCHLEY, PETER
PETER BENCHLEY. SIGNED FIRST EDITION. BEAST Signed on the half-title page by the American author of Jaws. Mint dust wrapper, original boards, 4to. New York, 1991. [ref:6185]
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Bilhaud, Paul
PAUL BILHAUD. The French poet and dramatist's 4 x 2 ½ carte de visite on which the leader of the French avant-garde group the Incoherents writes an autograph letter signed. "I thank you sincerely, my dear student,...I do think I have had great success….Since, as you say, your return visits to Paris coincide with a success for me, when I have a new piece, I better ask you to go on a little trip and come back on the morning after my premiere." [ref:5620]
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BRADBURY, RAY
RAY BRADBURY An 8 x 10 color photograph of the late author of Fahrenheit 451; signed, inscribed and dated June 2005 by the writer using his signature greeting: "Onward! Ray Bradbury, June 2005." [ref:7166]
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