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Kahlil GIBRAN (1883-1931).
Sand and Foam A Book of Aphorisms
One of 100 signed copies.
Edith. M. RIALL (compiler).
[IRISH Upper Class: an Ink Blot Album with 142 entries by members of the anglo-Irish ruling elite].
A highly unusual friendship album, in which E.M. Riall (probably Edith Riall), uses a version of the game of Gobolinks
Solomon ANDREWS (aeronaut and inventor, 1806-1872) - President John TYLER (1790-1862)
An engraved and manuscript document, signed and dated by President Tyler and interim Secretary of the Treasury Mclintock Young,
appointing Solomon Andrews to be ‘Collector of the Customs for the District and Inspector of the Revenue for the Port of Perth Amboy in the State of New Jersey
1932- INDIANS OF CANADA
Signed 1st Edition
ELECTRIC LIGHT. – Patrick DREW (inventor) & William CLARK (a patent agent)
A manuscript document on vellum, re. the patent rights granted for ‘an Invention for “Improvements in the electric lamps”’
A Brooklyn inventor secures his rights in Great Britain
Solomon ANDREWS (aeronaut and inventor, 1806-1872). - Daniel WEBSTER (1782-1852,).
An engraved & manuscript U.S. Passport, signed by Webster and Andrews, dated ‘23rd day of June 1852’.
Issued to the man who developed the ‘first self-propelled, steerable airship.’
Abraham MASLOW; Elizabeth Hall
[ASSOCIATION COPY] Toward a Psychology of Being
Inscribed to Elizabeth Hall the editor of Psychology Today.
[A.L.S.] Thomas F MADIGAN; Charles SUMNER
[AUTOGRAPH] 3p. ALS to Gen. U. S. GRANT by Senator SUMNER, bound in Word Shadows of the Great The Lure of Autograph Collecting
Sumner introduces Auguste LAUGEL a French writer to Gen. Grant