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ARNOLD (Doris, Radio and Television Broadcaster)

Typed Letter Signed to Harold Chipp, of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, saying "Unfortunately, since leaving the permanent staff of the B.B.C., myself, I have had to cancel all the engagements I had made to give such recitals - including this year's series of 'These you have loved', which I should be presenting at this moment - owing to the illness of my husband, Harry S. Pepper, who 'celebrated' his own retirement from the B.B.C., with a complete nervous breakdown ... I sincerely hope it may be possible", and suggesting "say, March 16th ... Perhaps you will be kind enough to write to me again at the beginning of next year ... My fee is twenty guineas, plus expenses", 2 sides 8vo., 2 Compton House, Devonshire Street, W.1, 12th May neat filing holes in left margin with loss of two letters on verso (easily supplied)

Item Date:  1952
Stock No:  16690      £20

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ARNOLD (Doris, Radio and Television Broadcaster)

Typed Letter Signed to Harold Chipp, of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, thanking him for his invitation but regretting that she is "afraid time does not permit me to undertake any work outside my commitments as a member of the staff of the BBC", but asking him to write again "after March of next year", 1 side 8vo., printed BBC heading, Aeolian Hall, New Bond Street, W.1, 28th May neat filing holes in left margin and light mark of paper clip

Item Date:  1951
Stock No:  16689      £15

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ASHKENAZY (Vladimir, b.1937, Russian conductor)

Programme signed in white pen in both Russian and roman letters, of his concert conducting the Czech Philharmonic in Mahler (Adagio from the 10th Symphony) and Strauss (Don Quixote and Tod und Verklärung), in Czech with detailed program notes and notices of soloists Mischa Maisky, Kim Kashkashianová, and ( inserted) Lars Anders Tomter, short program notes in English, 16 sides and cover 8¼" x 4", Dvorak Rudolfinum, Prague, 7th and 8th October

Item Date:  1999
Stock No:  52885      £35

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ASPINALL (David, Musical Director, The Bolsover Colliery Company's Creswell Colliery Band)

Signature on Programme of 'Afternoon Music' and 'Evening Music', the afternoon including the Cornet Solo 'Neath Austral Skies', by Code, and Schubert's 'Unfinished Symphony', the evening Auber's overture 'La Rose de Peronne' and a selection from 'Pinafore', price one penny, with below an advertisement for deck-chairs, Hyde Park, London, 2 sides 8vo., no date, c. short tear in margin without loss

Item Date:  1930
Stock No:  16518      £15

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ASTAIRE (Fred, 1899-1987, American Dancer & Actor) and his elder sister ADELE (Lady Charles Cavendish, 1896-1981, American dancer and entertainer)

Fine pair of vintage postcard photos, each signed, his inscribed 'Sincerely' showing them half length, in half profile, he is wearing his usual dress suit and has a flower in his buttonhole, she is wearing a white dress, leaning back with her arm up and behind her head, each 5½" x 3½", no place, no date, but hers is annotated on the verso as from 'Lady be Good', 24th January

Item Date:  1927
Stock No:  38055      £450

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