BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012. A  vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including:
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BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012.
A vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including:
Sold for US$ 3,750 inc. premium

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BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012. A  vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including: BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012. A  vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including: BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012. A  vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including:
BRADBURY, RAY. 1920-2012.
A vast archive of early appearances, very early zines, secondary works, Autograph Letters Signed, signed photographs and ephemera including:
* The Haunt of Fear. Volume 1, number 16. NY: Fables, 1952. SIGNED. Includes the Bradbury story: "The Witch's Cauldron!"
* Typed Letter Signed. LA: Nov 12, 1957. To Wesley Hartley. Bradbury writes to a teacher about his working techniques and theories as a writer "... writing for money alone or writing to please a literary editor's prejudices, is a lie. Only writing to find the truth about one's self and the world is truly gratifying."
* An archive of typed letters signed by Bradbury as well as scripts, notes and photographs regarding a Montreal radio show "Summer Raptures of Ray Bradbury" which aired in April 1971 with a cassette tape of the recording.
* An archive of Bradbury's "complete and incomplete poetry." Xeroxed sheets with cover typed note SIGNED "Ray" Oct. 28, '85.
* Typed Manuscript Signed ("Ray Bradbury"), entitled "Narration for The Unites States Pavilion at the New York Worlds Fair," dated Mar. 3, 1972.
* A collection of early science fiction 'zines, 1940 and later, each including Bradbury material. Titles include : Shangri LA, Sweetness and Light, Le Zombie, FMZ, The Denventioneer, Space Ways, Polaris, Kaleidoscope, Xanadu, Ibid xvii, The Comet, Nepenthe, etc.
Provenance: the library of James "Ted" Watkins.
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