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Thomas Jefferson’s Invisible Hand

Thomas Jefferson’s Invisible Hand

This 69 page soft cover booklet belongs in every autograph collector’s library. Certainly, everyone who plans to buy a Jefferson letter should read it.

History Comes to Life: Collecting Historical Letters and Documents

History Comes to Life: Collecting Historical Letters and Documents

In History Comes to Life: Collected Historical Letters and Documents, Kenneth W. Rendell guides the reader through all aspects of collecting irresistible letters, manuscripts, and documents in virtually all subject areas from ancient times through the twentieth century.
The Illustrated Letter

The Illustrated Letter

Collects facsimiles of letters by historical figures including Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, Virginia Woolf, Pablo Picasso, and Maurice Sendak.
In Search of Shakespeare: A Reconnaissance Into the Poet's Life and Handwriting

In Search of Shakespeare: A Reconnaissance Into the Poet's Life and Handwriting

Everyone wants to pluck out the heart of Shakespeare's mystery, and Charles Hamilton believes that he has done so.
The Autograph Souvenir

The Autograph Souvenir

A Collection of Autograph Letters, Interesting, Documents & C, Executed in Facsimile by Frederick George Netherclift

True to the Letter

True to the Letter

800 Years of Remarkable Correspondence, Documents, and Autographs
George Orwell: A Life in Letters

George Orwell: A Life in Letters

George Orwell never wrote an autobiography. He hardly needed to. Following last year’s publication of his diary, this year’s collection of his letters completes the chronicle. A powerful, prolific correspondent, he shared the details of his personal life as he shaped the minds of a generation of writers and intellectuals. His letters show the thinking that led to 1984, explain the parable of Animal Farm, and describe his losing battle with tuberculosis. 





Book of Ages: The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin

Book of Ages: The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin

From one of our most accomplished and widely admired historians, a revelatory portrait of Benjamin Franklin’s youngest sister and a history of history itself. Like her brother, Jane Franklin was a passionate reader, a gifted writer, and an astonishingly shrewd political commentator. Unlike him, she was a mother of twelve.
The Letters of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

The Letters of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

This extraordinary collection gathers the never-before-seen correspondence of a true American original—the acclaimed historian and lion of the liberal establishment, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
The Letters of Robert Frost, Volume 1 (1886-1920)

The Letters of Robert Frost, Volume 1 (1886-1920)

One of the acknowledged giants of twentieth-century American literature, Robert Frost was a public figure much celebrated in his day. Although his poetry reached a wide audience, the private Frost—pensive, mercurial, and often very funny—remains less appreciated.
Emily Dickinson: The Gorgeous Nothings

Emily Dickinson: The Gorgeous Nothings

The Gorgeous Nothings is the the first full-color facsimile edition of Emily Dickinson's manuscripts ever to appear.
Autograph Portfolio

Autograph Portfolio

- A Collection of Facsimile Letters From Eminent Persons