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Bromfield, Louis; Schneider, Isidor; Bessie, Alvah; et al. Smith, Jessica; editor.

SOVIET RUSSIA TODAY. (Vol. 10, No. 10) February, 1942. (Cover title).

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(Kent, Rockwell). (Poe, Edgar Allen; Gooden, Stephen; Frost, Robert).

THE COLOPHON: A Book Collectors' Quarterly. Part Two.

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(Gladstone, William Ewart). British Conservative Party.

THE WASTED SESSION OF 1873.

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Cain, James M; Austin, Mary; et al. Mencken, H. L.; editor.

THE AMERICAN MERCURY: A Monthly Review; Vol. VI, No. 21, September 1925.

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Cummings, E. E.; Yeats, William Butler; Cowley, Malcolm; et al. Moore, Marianne; editor.

THE DIAL August 1927. Volume LXXXIII Number 2. (Cover title).

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Cooper, John Thomas (1790-1854). English chemist who was a supplier of chemicals. He collaborated on producing a number of tools, including a hydrometer.

CUT SIGNATURE of the English Chemist JOHN THOMAS COOPER.

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Mursell, Arthur (1831-1914). English nonconformist theologian who was virulently opposed to Labor Unions.

AUTOGRAPH on a slip of paper.

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Lindsay, John V. (1921-2000). U.S. Congressman (1959-1965) and Mayor of New York City (1966-1973).

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by JOHN V. LINDSAY as MAYOR OF NEW YORK CITY, thanking Manhattan City Center Producer JEAN DALRYMPLE.

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Johnson, Hugh S. (1881-1942). A member of FDR's brain trust & speechwriter who helped plan the New Deal.

AUTOGRAPH: Hugh S. Johnson's signature and return address.

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Baker, Russell (b.1925). American satirical writer, New York Times Columnist and Pulitzer Prize Winning author for Growing Up.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by RUSSELL BAKER, to Jean Dalrymple, probably referring to one of his columns.

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Green, Samuel Gosnell (1822-1905). Baptist minister, editor of the Religious Tract Society and author of the Handbook to the Grammar of the Greek Testament.

AUTOGRAPH of 19th Century Baptist Minister and Bibliophile SAMUEL GOSNELL GREEN.

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Parker, Joseph (1830-1902). English Congregational Theologian, best known as a temperance orator.

AUTOGRAPH of the English Congregational Theologian JOSEPH PARKER.

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Kitson, James; 1st Baron Airedale (1835-1911). British Liberal politician, member of Parliament.

AUTOGRAPH of the British liberal politician JAMES KITSON, 1ST BARON OF AIREDALE.

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(Lyons, Eugene). Fast, Howard; Cahill, Holger; et al. Smith, Jessica; editor.

SOVIET RUSSIA TODAY. (Vol. 13, No. 7) November 1944. (Cover title).

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Adler, Felix (1851-1933). German-American professor of political & social ethics, rationalist and lecturer on euthanasia who founded the Ethical Culture movement.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the influential German-American philosopher FELIX ADLER in reply to an invitation by James B. Pond to join his reception committee for Maeterlinck's first American lecture.

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Belmont, August Jr. (1853-1924). American financier and thoroughbred racehorse owner who financed construction of the original NY Subway, the Cape Cod Canal, and built New York's Belmont Park racetrack.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by AUGUST BELMONT, JR., the American financier who funded the construction of the New York Subway and Belmont Park Racetrack, in reply to an invitation by James B. Pond to join his reception committee for Maeterlinck's first American lecture.

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Gilbert, Cass (1859-1934). Prominent American architect who was an early proponent of skyscrapers and designed the Woolworth Building, which had the distinction of being the tallest building at the time.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the prominent American architect CASS GILBERT, designer of the Woolworth Building, in reply to an invitation by James B. Pond to join his reception committee for Maeterlinck's first American lecture.

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Gilbert, Cass (1859-1934). Prominent American architect who was an early proponent of skyscrapers and designed the Woolworth Building, which had the distinction of being the tallest building at the time.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the prominent American architect CASS GILBERT, designer of the Woolworth Building, accepting James B. Pond's invitation to join his reception committee for Maeterlinck's first American lecture and to meet Maeterlinck in the green room prior to the lecture.

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Wise, Stephen Samuel (1874-1949). American Progressive Era, Reform rabbi and Zionist leader who started the Free Synagogue movement, served as president of the American Jewish Congress and co-founded the NAACP.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the progressive rabbi STEPHEN SAMUEL WISE, an early supporter of Zionism who started the Free Synagogue movement, in reply to James B. Pond's invitation to join his reception committee for Maeterlinck's first American lecture.

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