Extraordinary Books and Manuscripts

12 Mar 2019, starting at 14:00 EDT .

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MACHEN, ARTHUR. 1863-1947. Autograph Manuscript Signed ("Arthur Machen"), 26 pp, 4to, n.p., [c.1926],

WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY PICTUREPHONE, MOD I. AT&T/Bell Labs, 1964.

WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY PICTUREPHONES, MOD II. AT&T/Bell Labs, [1970-1973].

PICASSO, PABLO. 1881-1973. CESAIRE, AIME. 1913-2008. Corps Perdu. Paris: Editions Fragrance, 1960.

APPLE-1 MICROCOMPUTER.

LEE, HARPER. 1926-2016. Archive of drawings and letters from Harper Lee to Charles Weldon Carruth, with an inscribed first edition of To Kill a Mockingbird, comprising in full:

DISNEY, WALTER ELIAS. 1901-1966. Typed Document Signed, ("Walt Disney"), 3 pp, 4to, Burbank, CA, October 5, 1954,

PASTERNAK, BORIS LEONIDOVICH. 1890-1960. Typed Manuscript, carbon copy, "Doktor Zhivago" (being volume one only of the entire novel),

BRASSAI (GYULA HALASZ). 1899-1984. Archive of approximately 280 letters, postcards, and other ephemera, including approximately 190 letters (156 TLS, 34 ALS, a few partial) and 10 postcards from the artist to his parents and brother, in French and Hungarian, various sizes, various places, mostly from his home in Paris, April 1947 to May 1978, and a few letters between Brassaï and his wife, Gilberte.

Japanese Surrender negotiations, August 1945. American Master-spool Ticker-tape, comprising 3 separate messages, two from the Japanese General Headquarters and one from HQ General MacArthur. Received by Manila HQ and Relayed to [Fort Shafter, Hawaii], August 16-17, 1945.

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