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Helen Keller TLS

Helen Keller Typed Letter Signed Re Recent visit with actress, Katherine Cornell [Famous Women]

Typed letter signed “Helen Keller” to Katherine Cornell, the noted actress, two and one-half pages; Newmarket, New Hampshire, January 21, 1939.

7.25 x 10.5 in. Truly a magnificent woman in any age! Excellent condition. Partial draft transcript: “There are sweet long memory echoes yet vibrating in my soul from the visit with you last Friday. You are all I have imagined and more...For to me you incarnate the American dream to fulfil [sic] the aspirations and longings of humble folk -- to give them a key to culture, so that they may unlock the treasuries of art, and those aglow with the Divine Fire may more freely approach the Muses to kindle beacons of self-expression.”

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Pearl S. Buck Review of "Hallet Absurd" Signed [Famous Women]

Signed "Pearl S. Buck". One and one-half pages. Circa June 1941. Fine condition. 8.5 x 11 inches.

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Clara Barton ALS

Clara Barton Autograph Letter Signed on the Scarcity of Her Book, "The History of the Red Cross" [Famous Women]

Signed “Clara Barton” to Edward Peterson. Three pages with original envelope. August 28, 1910, Oxford, Massachusetts. Good condition, Excellent signature. 5.24 x 6.75 inches.

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Pearl S. Buck AM

Pearl S. Buck Manuscript of Short Story , " Little Joe", Signed [Famous Women]

Signed “Pearl S. Buck”. Twenty-eight pages. August 20, 1966, Madison, New Hampshire. Manuscript for original short story about a woman who discovers her Army officer husband fathered a child while stationed in Korea.

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A. Mitchell Palmer TLS

On Hold: A. Mitchell Palmer, Attorney General, Typed Letter Signed Supporting “The Woman Suffrage Amendment” [Famous Women]

Signed “A. Mitchell Palmer", as U.S. Attorney General, to Robert H. Hollet. One page. March 18, 1920, Washington. Good condition. 20.1 x 26.3 cm.

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Willa Cather Signed Book

ww: Willa Cather Signed Book "Obscure Destinies" [Arts & Entertainment] [Famous Women]

Signed Willa Cather. "Obscure Destinies" Copy #244 of 260. Printed on Nihon Japan Vellum.

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Mary A. Livermore ALS

ww: Mary A. Livermore Autograph Letter Signed. Framed [Famous Women]

Signed "Mary A. Livermore" to Mr. Peck with card. October, 1871. April 12, 1892.

In sample frame.

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Alice Stone Blackwell

Alice Stone Blackwell Sending Christmas Wishes [Famous Women]

Good condition. Beautiful Christmas design on front. 9cm x 14cm

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Janet Scudder AMS

Janet Scudder, Sculptor and Painter, Autograph Manuscript Signed Regarding Suffrage and Women’s Work [Famous Women]

Signed “Janet Scudder”. Three pages. n.d.

With autograph letter signed “Janet Scudder” to Mrs. Scribner. Two pages. April 28, [no year.], [New York].

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Harriet Beecher Stowe Book signed

kg:: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852 edition [Famous Women][African American]

Both volumes are inscribed, “The Crawford’s/ Ithaca/ New York/ Presented in 1881 by Mrs. Ann Lewis, a colored friend, as her choice treasure.” With later pencil inscription, “Given to Mr & Mrs E.M. Newton by Mrs Crawford/ Setp 16 1924.” Boston: John P Jewett & Company, and Cleveland, Ohio: Jewett, Proctor & Worthington, 1852. The first edition was issued in Boston by the same publisher earlier in the same year. Its immediate success is witnessed by an additon to the imprint above the publisher’s name”: “Seventieth Thousand.” Both volumes in original brown cloth binding with embossed image of a slavery scene, each in new brown cloth archival case. Spines have discreet archival repair at tops and bottoms.

A pivotal work, often cited as a book that helped change the course of human events. This is a fine and early set, with an interesting association.

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