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[ William Sulzer ] A Collection of Pamphlets, Printed Ephemera and Manuscript Material.

Author: 
[William Sulzer, US Politician, Governor of New York and opponent of Tammany Hall.
Publication details: 
[1902-1923]
£800.00

William Sulzer (1863-1941), nicknamed 'Plain Bill Sulzer', is remembered as the only Governor of New York ever to be impeached. He served as a Representative in Congress from 1895 to 1912, in the latter year chairing the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. In 1913, shortly after his inauguration as 39th Governor of New York State, he was impeached by the State Assembly on charges of having diverted campaign funds to his own use, charges which Sulzer asserted were a 'fit-up' by Tammany Hall boss Charles F.

[ William Sulzer ]A Collection of Pamphlets, Printed Ephmera and Manuscript Material.

Author: 
[William Sulzer, US Politician, Governor of New York and opponent of Tammany Hall.
Publication details: 
[1902-1923]
£600.00

William Sulzer (1863-1941), nicknamed 'Plain Bill Sulzer', is remembered as the only Governor of New York ever to be impeached. He served as a Representative in Congress from 1895 to 1912, in the latter year chairing the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. In 1913, shortly after his inauguration as 39th Governor of New York State, he was impeached by the State Assembly on charges of having diverted campaign funds to his own use, charges which Sulzer asserted were a 'fit-up' by Tammany Hall boss Charles F.

[ C. Aubrey Smith, Hollywood actor and test cricketer. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('C. Aubrey . . S.') to 'George'

Author: 
C. Aubrey Smith [ Sir Charles Aubrey Smith ] (1863-1948), English stage and film actor and test cricketer
Publication details: 
On letterhead of 'The Round Corner', 2881 Coldwater Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills. 22 July 1943.
£35.00

1p., 8vo. In fair condition, on aged and worn paper. He thanks him for thinking of his birthday, and taking the trouble 'to bring me that sherry'. He has not yet sampled it, as 'it's a bit too hot for anything but water, just at present'. He will telephone him, as he doesn't 'feel cocksure' about his address. He ends with regards to 'Mrs George'. In pencil in another hand at head: 'Here it is, George | C.A.S.'

[ C. Aubrey Smith, Hollywood actor and test cricketer. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('C. Aubrey. S.') to 'Dear George & Mrs. George', regarding a change of address.

Author: 
C. Aubrey Smith [ Sir Charles Aubrey Smith ] (1863-1948), English stage and film actor and test cricketer
Publication details: 
629 No: Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills. 27 July 1948.
£35.00

1p., 12mo. In good conditon, on lightly-aged paper. He thanks them for the birthday card, and asks them to note the change of address: 'we moved down here on Monday of last week & it has been a bit chaotic - like squeezing a Cape Cod Oyster into a cockle shell.'

Typed Letter Signed, John E. Milholland to Robert Lynd, essayist.

Author: 
John E. Milholland (1860-1925), American newspaper editor
Publication details: 
NY, 1920.
£180.00

TLS, on letterhead of Meadowmount, Lewis, New York; 19 July 1920. RL's Ireland a Nation 'is not only to my knowledge the best thing you have ever done but one of the very best books that has ever been written on the subject. | I am trying to get a big distribution of it here in America. I shall urge it upon De Valera and the other leaders when I go to New York to-morrow and I am trying to saturate Harding's mind on the subject.' He is 'bitterly disappointed over things in Chicago.

[Female economist; inscribed offprint] The American Census of Distribution, 1930

Author: 
Iris Douglas, M.A.
Publication details: 
[Royal Statistical Society] 1931 "Printed for Private Circulation".
£120.00

Pamphlet, [pp.432-437], 8vo, sewn as issued, green paper wraps, edges sunned, spine worn. "Reprinted from the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, vol. xciv, pt. III, 1931. INSCRIBED, "with the author's compliments | Iris Douglas".

[Publisher's catalogue.] 1919 Catalogue of the latest Practical, Scientific, Mechanical, Aviation and Automobile Books. Practical Books for Practical Men.

Author: 
The Norman W. Henley Publishing Co., New York [automobile books by Victor W. Pagé; aviation; trade catalogues]
Publication details: 
The Norman W. Henley Publishing Co. 2, 4 and 6 West 45th Street, New York, U.S.A. 1919.
£220.00

80pp., 8vo. Stapled and unbound. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. On front cover: 'Each Book in this Catalogue is written by an Expert and is written so you can understand it'. Many items illustrated with representations of the binding. Index of subjects on p.2, ranging from 'Abrasives and Abrasive Wheels' to 'Wiring Diagrams', and including section on 'Automobile Books', pp.5-14 (Charts, Ignition Systems, Lighting, Questions and Answers, Repairing, Starting Systems, Trouble Charts, Welding), 'Gasoline Engines', pp.15-18, and 'Aviation', pp.19-22.

[J.R. Lowell] Two Autograph Notes Signed "J.R. Lowell" to the "Revd W. Denton [William Denton, vicar of St Bartholomew's, Moor Lane, Cripplegate. Educated at Worcester College, Oxford, authority on the Balkan]

Author: 
James Russell Lowell, American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat.
Publication details: 
[Headed] Legation of the United States London [MS] Paris, 19 Oct.1883 and [Headed] 31 Lowndes Square, sw [London], 2 Dec. 1884.
£180.00

Total two pages, 12mo, one corner of each damaged (removal from an album leaf), but text complete, good condition. [1883] "I have forwarded your letter to Mr Hoppin who has charge of the Legation during my absence on leave. He will I am sure do whatever is possible"; [1884] "I pray you to accept my very sincere thanks for your interesting volume & for the very kind note that accompanied it. | I do npot know whether I am to leave England or not, but whenever I do your book & notes will be two of the pleasantest memorials I shall take with me." Two items,

[Paul Hamilton Hayne] Autograph Letter Signed "Paul H. Hayne" to [the wife of Henry M. Alden, editor of Harper's Monthly], about publication of a poem.

Author: 
Paul Hamilton Hayne, Southern American Poet [1830-1886].
Publication details: 
Augusta, 19 March 1873.
£350.00

Two pages, 8vo, a small stain, fold marks, mainly good condition. He begins by saying that he has an "uncomfortable feeling" that he's about to impose of her kindness. But "Nothing but the presence of a stern necessity, just at present, could have emboldened me to again [underlined] address you and again [underlined] solicit your good offices in the disposition of one of my poems. | But verily, I am hard-[bestead?] and I must spare no effort to sell these and other compositions, if indeed I would successfully accomplish a purpose, near my heart. Pardon thus much of explanation.

[Pamphlet] A Glimpse into America's Past An English version of the documents, speeches and stories appearing in the Chinese magazine 'America Today' July 4, 1951.

Author: 
[US propaganda]
Publication details: 
No place, [1951]
£56.00

Pamphlet, [24]pp, 12mo, white printed wraps, stapled (sl. rusty), partially unopened, minor damage and staining. Includes the text of "The Star-Spangled Banner" and part of the Gettysburg Address" and similarly uplifting material, putting the US in a favourable light. No copy listed on OCLC/COPAC.

Typed Letter Signed, John E. Milholland to Robert Lynd, essayist.

Author: 
John E. Milholland (1860-1925), American newspaper editor
Publication details: 
NY, 1920.
£180.00

TLS, on letterhead of Meadowmount, Lewis, New York; 19 July 1920. RL's Ireland a Nation 'is not only to my knowledge the best thing you have ever done but one of the very best books that has ever been written on the subject. | I am trying to get a big distribution of it here in America. I shall urge it upon De Valera and the other leaders when I go to New York to-morrow and I am trying to saturate Harding's mind on the subject.' He is 'bitterly disappointed over things in Chicago.

[Mimeographed Typed Report, with plans and diagrams.] St. Anne's Board Mill Co., Ltd. | Visit to the United States of America and Canada of Mr. R. J. Thomas and Mr. S. F. Smith | July/August 1946.'

Author: 
[Report by R. J. Thomas and S. F. Smith of St Anne's Board Mill Company, Limited, Bristol, on their visit to the USA and Canada, 1946]
Publication details: 
[St Anne's Board Mill Company, Limited, Bristol. 1946.]
£320.00

311pp., folio. With page of 'Errata' laid down on rear pastedown, under the manuscript heading 'COPY NO. 3. (PB).' With fold-out map of North America, and numerous plans and diagrams laid down in text, as well as several full-page plates. In original blue buckram binding, with 'REPORT ON AMERICAN VISIT | 1946.' in gilt on the spine. Good, on lightly-aged and spotted paper.

[Mimeographed Typed Report, with plans and diagrams.] St. Anne's Board Mill Company Limited | Visit of Mr. R. J. Thomas and Mr. D. R. Hicklin to the U.S.A. and Canada - 1954'.

Author: 
[Report of R. J. Thomas and D. R. Hicklin of the St Anne's Board Mill Company Limited, Bristol, to the USA and Canada]
Publication details: 
[St Anne's Board Mill Co. Ltd. 1954.]
£220.00

[v] + 135pp., folio. With diagrams and plans in text, and one large fold-out diagram of '100 Ton Waste Paper Cleaning System'. A well-produced item, well-typed and with clear diagrams, bound in navy buckram with 'REPORT ON AMERICAN VISIT | 1954' on the spine. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. The text is preceded by an Index, a map of North America, and an itinerary. The 'objects of the visit' are given on the first page as '(a) To obtain information on the current production practice in Woodpulp and Paperboard Mills.

[Pamphlet] The Eastern and Western Questions. Turkey and the United States: How they travel a common road to ruin. Addressed by way of warning to President Hayes.

Author: 
Henry Carey Baird
The Eastern and Western Questions.
Publication details: 
Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird & Co., Industrial Publishers, Booksellers, and Importers, 810 Walnut Street. London: Trubner & Co., 57 & 59 Ludgate Hill, 1877.
£95.00
The Eastern and Western Questions.

TURKEY USA RELATIONS PAMPHLET

Supplément à la Gazette nationale [Thomas Paine's debate with Sièyes]

Author: 
[Thomas Paine; Newspaper Debate with Emmanuel Sièyes [Syèyes]]
Thomas Paine; Newspaper Debate with Emmanuel Sièyes [Syèyes]]
Publication details: 
Samedi, 16 Juillet 1791
£650.00
Thomas Paine; Newspaper Debate with Emmanuel Sièyes [Syèyes]]

USA AMERICAN REVOLUTION WAR OF INDEPENDENCE THOMAS PAINE

'Graphic and Tabular Representation of the Progress of Population in the United States from 1750 to 1990 [American Population Projection] Large lithograph graph table

Author: 
Montgomery Meigs (Sr), [From the papers of Montgomery Meigs, Jr, son of The Union Army's Quarter-Master-General]
Graphic and Tabular Representation of the Progress of Population in the USA
Publication details: 
Washington, 1889
£1,800.00
Graphic and Tabular Representation of the Progress of Population in the USA

38 x 66 cm; 'L. M. Zuncker, del.'), slightly yellowed, burnhole (buller?) through part of title (two letters affected),'Bvt. Major General Quarter Master General, U.S.A. (retired)'), dated 'Washington, D.C. August-September, 1889', giving a 'Graphic and Tabular Representation of the Progress of Population in the United States from 1750 to 1990'. With facsimile of Meigs's signature. The graph sweeps up in a curve to a steep rise in the latter decades, with a partial parallel estimate of the population 'had there been no war from 1861-65'.

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