Sophie Dupré - Travel and Exploration

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ULM (Charles Thomas Philippe, 1898-1934, Australian pioneer Aviator)

First Official Air Mail letter envelope signed, addressed to Mr R. J. Inglis in Sydney via New Guinea, the envelope has stamps from Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea and postmarks both front and back fro all the way along the route, in Auckland, Tasman, Kaitaia and Sydney, 6½" x 3½", various places,

Item Date:  1934
Stock No:  39397      £175

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WADDINGTON (George, 1793-1869, Traveller & Church Historian)

Good signature from Autograph Letter Signed with subscription

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  8803      £10

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WOLFF (Joseph, 1795-1862, Missionary & Traveller)

Signature and Subscription from a letter, in his large hand, mentioning on the verso the Archbishop of Dublin, 2¼" x 7¼", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1860
Stock No:  54983      £35

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WRIGHT (Orville, 1871-1948, American Pioneer Aviator)

Typed Letter signed to Mr Casson, (Herbert Newton, 1869-1951, Canadian journalist and author who wrote primarily about technology and business)thanking him for his letter "recalling some of the earlier days of aviation. I remember quite well your article in the 'American Magazine', which must have appeared in 1907 or early in 1908. I remember too your calling at my home one evening a few years later, and also of hearing you speak before an audience in the Young Men's Christian Association hall ..." and thanking him for a copy of the 'Efficiency Magazine', 1 side 4to., Dayton, Ohio headed paper, 6th February

Item Date:  1925
Stock No:  38054      £2250

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WYNDHAM (Poppy, 1893-1928, stage name of the Hon. Elsie Mackay, daughter of the 1st Earl of Inchcape, Actress & Aviator)

Engaging Signed Portrait Postcard Photograph, showing her seated all but full length in profile, her head turned to the viewer, her hand to her chin and her elbow resting on her knee, wearing a long dress and an embroidered 'helmet' hat with a light scarf round it, with a note on the verso 'Perished in an attempt to fly the Atlantic with Captain Hinchcliffe March 1928', no place, no date, circa remains of laying down on blank verso

Item Date:  1920
Stock No:  56469      £225

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