36687Rare Letter by the Editor Who Sent Stanley in Search of Livingstone
Bennett, James G.
Rare Letter by the Editor Who Sent Stanley in Search of Livingstone
32834John Burroughs Photographed Outside of his Cabin “Slabsides”
Burroughs, John
John Burroughs Photographed Outside of his Cabin “Slabsides”
37434A Signed Photograph of the Famed Naturalist
Burroughs, John
A Signed Photograph of the Famed Naturalist
30251Archive of Seven Autograph Letters Signed by the American Writer, Poet and Dude Ranch Pioneer
Burt, Struthers
Archive of Seven Autograph Letters Signed by the American Writer, Poet and Dude Ranch Pioneer
18493An Amusing and Unpublished Autograph Letter Signed by the Author of “The Last of the Mohicans,” Mentioning Jenny Lind’s Celebrated American Tour
Cooper, James Fenimore
An Amusing and Unpublished Autograph Letter Signed by the Author of “The Last of the Mohicans,” Mentioning Jenny Lind’s Celebrated American Tour
31522Autograph Letter about Being Refunded for his Investments in Cotton and Lands in the Western United States
Cooper, James Fenimore
Autograph Letter about Being Refunded for his Investments in Cotton and Lands in the Western United States
38706Dickens in America: “Dear, gentle, patient, noble Nell was dead,” from The Olde Curiosity Shoppe: Penned in Pittsburgh during his First U.S. Tour!
Dickens, Charles
Dickens in America: “Dear, gentle, patient, noble Nell was dead,” from The Olde Curiosity Shoppe: Penned in Pittsburgh during his First U.S. Tour!
36964The Scottish Spiritualist and Creator of Sherlock Holmes Writes to the Resident of a Haunted Castle: “May I congratulate you both upon your own remarkable psychic gifts  and the grasp which you have of the subject”
Doyle, Arthur Conan
The Scottish Spiritualist and Creator of Sherlock Holmes Writes to the Resident of a Haunted Castle: “May I congratulate you both upon your own remarkable psychic gifts and the grasp which you have of the subject”
36101Revealed! Umberto Eco Explains Meaning of the Last Line of “The Name of the Rose”
Eco, Umberto
Revealed! Umberto Eco Explains Meaning of the Last Line of “The Name of the Rose”
38668Frost Pens “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” one of America’s Favorite Poems
Frost, Robert
Frost Pens “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” one of America’s Favorite Poems
30663Fascinating Archive of 19 Letters with Exceptional Content from Burnt Creek Author
Haycox, Ernest
Fascinating Archive of 19 Letters with Exceptional Content from Burnt Creek Author
37008The Founder and Leader of the Organized Zionist Movement Prepares His Newspaper’s Coverage of the Historic First Zionist Congress
Herzl, Theodor
The Founder and Leader of the Organized Zionist Movement Prepares His Newspaper’s Coverage of the Historic First Zionist Congress
36729Uncommon ALS by Author of The Spy Who Came in From the Cold
Le Carré, John
Uncommon ALS by Author of The Spy Who Came in From the Cold
37580British Espionage Author Discusses Books about 9/11 and the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Le Carré, John
British Espionage Author Discusses Books about 9/11 and the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
35346One of the Greatest Authors of Love Letters Mentions Her Beloved: “I just read four pages from M. de Mora. They filled me with aching and tenderness”
Lespinasse, Julie de
One of the Greatest Authors of Love Letters Mentions Her Beloved: “I just read four pages from M. de Mora. They filled me with aching and tenderness”
15829Typed Postcard Signed to Babette Deutsch about May Swenson, “She is a true poet”
Lowell, Robert
Typed Postcard Signed to Babette Deutsch about May Swenson, “She is a true poet”
37739Signed Contract for Spanish Rights to “The Magic Mountain”
Mann, Thomas
Signed Contract for Spanish Rights to “The Magic Mountain”
20002A Typed Letter Signed by the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize Winning Author to Nazi Sympathizer and Propagandist Otto Koischwitz
O'Neill, Eugene
A Typed Letter Signed by the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize Winning Author to Nazi Sympathizer and Propagandist Otto Koischwitz
30643Extremely Rare Fair Copy of the First Two Verses of “Home! Sweet Home!” One of President Lincoln’s Favorite Melodies
Payne, John Howard
Extremely Rare Fair Copy of the First Two Verses of “Home! Sweet Home!” One of President Lincoln’s Favorite Melodies
17623Unusual Signed Builder’s Contract for Publishing Magnate’s “St. Louis Post-Dispatch” Building that Housed the Newspaper from 1888-1902
Pulitzer, Joseph
Unusual Signed Builder’s Contract for Publishing Magnate’s “St. Louis Post-Dispatch” Building that Housed the Newspaper from 1888-1902
37159Autograph Manuscript Mentioning Lady Astor: “Lady Astor can stay at home and lead the cavalry charges: taking the chair is not in her line”
Shaw, George Bernard
Autograph Manuscript Mentioning Lady Astor: “Lady Astor can stay at home and lead the cavalry charges: taking the chair is not in her line”
37783“I have repeatedly pointed out that the Kellogg Pact is a step backward… as it allows the parties to make war in self-defence… It is a military maxim that the best defense is a bold and unexpected offensive”
Shaw, George Bernard
“I have repeatedly pointed out that the Kellogg Pact is a step backward… as it allows the parties to make war in self-defence… It is a military maxim that the best defense is a bold and unexpected offensive”
35141The Russian Novelist, Poet and Playwright Writes Out and Signs a Quotation from French Philosopher Voltaire
Turgenev, Ivan
The Russian Novelist, Poet and Playwright Writes Out and Signs a Quotation from French Philosopher Voltaire
18116Autograph Manuscript Signed by the Co-Founder of the “Jewish Daily Forward:” “The Pinkerton in America is a striking proof that vicarious atonement is indeed Christian…”
Zametkin, Mikhail
Autograph Manuscript Signed by the Co-Founder of the “Jewish Daily Forward:” “The Pinkerton in America is a striking proof that vicarious atonement is indeed Christian…”
37153Touching Full-Page Manuscript Quoting the Final Lines of his Novel, “La Reve”
Zola, Emile
Touching Full-Page Manuscript Quoting the Final Lines of his Novel, “La Reve”