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BOOTH (William Bramwell, 1856-1929, Salvation Army Leader, son of William Booth)

Typed Letter Signed to R. D. BLUMENFELD (Ralph David, 1864-1948, American born Journalist and Writer under the pen-name R.D.B.) congratulating him on "the occasion of the 25th Birthday of the 'Daily Express', knowing that the period which this marks and the success achieved represents twenty-five years hard work on your part, and others responsible for the production of the paper. I admire the Express for its virility, and the forceful stand it has taken in urging settlement of British people in the Oversea Dominions as a means of improving social conditions in this country and helping to build up the Empire. Having personal knowledge ... of conditions in Australia, New Zealand and Canada I believe that much can be done for the people ...", 1 side A4, International Headquarters headed paper, London, 21st April

Item Date:  1925
Stock No:  40484      £100

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CAPOTE (Truman, 1924-1984, American Novelist, Screenwriter, Playwright and Actor)

Autograph Postcard Signed to his friend Boris Groudinko in Leningrad saying "How long it has been since I heard from you! I am spending the summer hre in Spain, and have a house on this beach. Please send a line and I will write you a long letter ...", 1 side postcard with black and white picture of the beach on the verso, Playa de Aro, Costa Brava, Spain. 19th July stamps removed without loss of text

Item Date:  1960
Stock No:  40434      £1275

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CHEVALIER (Maurice, 1888-1972, Singer)

Fine signature on card inscribed "Best wishes from", 4½" x 3½", no place, dated in pencil in another hand 17th June

Item Date:  1927
Stock No:  40423      £50

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CHURCHILL (Sir Winston Spencer, 1874-1965, Prime Minister)

Early clerk written letter signed to Mr Temple Franks offering him "the post of Comptroller General of Patents, Designs, and Trademarks, which was the subject of our conversation yesterday. The salary is as you know £1500 a year, and the usual pension rights in proportion to the term of service are attached to the office. It would be a satisfaction to me to hear that you are prepared to accept the appointment, and that I may look forward to the advantage of your assistance in this branch of my department ...", 2 sides 8vo., Board of Trade headed paper, Whitehall Gardens, 11th February

Item Date:  1909
Stock No:  40483      £1100

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COCKERELL (Sir Sidney Carlyle, 1867-1962, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum 1908-1937 and Bibliophile)

Autograph Note Signed in full to Robin Fry sending him "a few scraps. I have not got Wilde or Fisher. Since Paul Osborne wrote to me I have been given a very fine letter of Captain Scott's ..." 21 Kew Gardens Road, Richmond, 1st January

Item Date:  1949
Stock No:  40428      £125

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