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Willliams, Tennessee
. [TENNESSEE WILLIAMS].MIKE STEEN. A LOOK AT TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, CONVERSATIONS WITH:... A book of interviews with 24 stars associated with productions of the Southern writer's plays. On the full title page, 8 of them have signed: Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Maureen Stapleton as well as, Geraldine Page who adds "Don't believe a word of it" and husband Rip Torn who has signed "Ditto-Rip." Estelle Parsons has signed "I love him, Estelle Parsons." Illustrated, index. Original boards, 4to. Dust wrapper, some minor nicks, price cut out. New York, 1969. [ref:5448]
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WINCHELL, WALTER
WALTER WINCHELL A brief letter, on New York Mirror stationery, signed, New York, June 5, 1945, by the rapid fire radio commentator and newsman, who originated the modern gossip column. Here Winchell writes, "Thanks for your note regarding 'Mail Call.' I'm glad Mills is doing it." "My little son will like the captured swastika." 1 page, 4to. Mail Call was a popular radio program hosted by a variety of celebrities with guests from all the arts. Mills was the Mills Brothers who had appeared on May 16th of that year. Minor edge defects. [ref:6733]
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Winchell, Walter
WALTER WINCHELL. A brief letter, on New York Mirror stationery, signed, New York, June 5, 1945, by the rapid fire radio commentator and newsman, who originated the modern gossip column. Here Winchell writes, "Thanks for your note regarding 'Mail Call.' I'm glad Mills is doing it." "My little son will like the captured swastika." 1 page, 4to. Mail Call was a popular radio program hosted by a variety of celebrities with guests from all the arts. Mills was the Mills Brothers who had appeared on May 16th of that year. Some edge defects. [ref:5563]
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Wolfe, Thomas
THOMAS WOLFE. A rare Chase National Bank check filled in and signed by the American writer of Look Homeward, Angel and You Can't Go Home Again. Dated May 7, 1938 for the amount of $23.06, Wolfe notes that the amount is for "secretarial services & office supplies to date." This year, having broken with Scribner, Wolfe left a large manuscript [The Web and the Rock?] with his new publisher Harper & Row and began a trek to the West, where he died just short of his 38th birthday, hence any material of his is difficult to obtain. [ref:5564]
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Wolfe, Thomas
THOMAS WOLFE. A rare Chase National Bank check filled in and signed by the American writer of Look Homeward, Angel and You Can't Go Home Again. Dated May 7, 1938 for the amount of $23.06, Wolfe notes that the amount is for "secretarial services & office supplies to date." This year, having broken with Scribner, Wolfe left a large manuscript [The Web and the Rock] with his new publisher Harper & Row and began a trek to the West, where is died just short of his 38th birthday, hence any material of his is difficult to obtain. [ref:6171]
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WOUK, HERMAN
HERMAN WOUK A typed letter, on Doubleday & Company stationery, signed, New York, September 27, 1955, by the American author of The Cain Mutiny and The Winds of War. Here, the acknowledgement of an oversight in another of his novels, Marjorie Morningstar, "Thank you for taking the trouble to write me about MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR, and to point out a technical oversight." "I thought I had checked everything, but there are always loose ends." 1 page, 8vo. With the original envelope. The two: [ref:6852]
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YERBY, FRANK
An extended 16 autograph quotation incorporated into an autograph letter signed, July 30, 1975, by the African American writer, who congratulated a Mr. and Mrs. Heller on their Golden Wedding Anniversary by writing out an excerpt from his 1946 bestseller The Foxes of Harrow with the comment "A Quotation from The Foxes of Harrow, a novel I seem to have written some few centuries ago." 1 page, 4to. [ref:3809]
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Zangwill, Israel
ISRAEL ZANGWILL. A letter signed August 15, 1921, by the English writer, who espoused many human rights issues, including Jewish emancipation and women's suffrage. "I am afraid I cannot recall having promised to address your members…it would be impossible as I am leaving England for a considerable period…Perhaps you would kindly tell me what sort of members you have, or would send me a past syllabus of lectures; but I am afraid that any MS. I have would be over their heads. Are they Jewish or mixed, or male or female?" 1 page, 8vo. [ref:5215]
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