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”
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
33697Literary Questionnaire Filled Out and Signed by the English Author and Associate of Dylan Thomas, Best Known for his Novel “A High Wind in Jamaica.”
Hughes, Richard
Literary Questionnaire Filled Out and Signed by the English Author and Associate of Dylan Thomas, Best Known for his Novel “A High Wind in Jamaica.”
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”
30601Autograph Letter Signed to Columbia Professor John McVickar about Copyright, With an Integral letter from Matthew Arnold’s Father
Martineau, Harriet
Autograph Letter Signed to Columbia Professor John McVickar about Copyright, With an Integral letter from Matthew Arnold’s Father
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
36011In the Night Kitchen Inscribed with a Drawing of Mickey, the Protagonist
Sendak, Maurice
In the Night Kitchen Inscribed with a Drawing of Mickey, the Protagonist
34205Plagued by Collectors of Signed Books:  “There is a new horror let loose in the world. People send books to be signed, no rewrapping, no return  postage and they do not ask, they demand”
Steinbeck, John
Plagued by Collectors of Signed Books: “There is a new horror let loose in the world. People send books to be signed, no rewrapping, no return postage and they do not ask, they demand”
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