• Autograph Assemblage Includes Israeli Ambassador, Portrait Painter, Authors, U.S. Senators -- 13 Total

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    Autographs as follows:  Honorable DAVID RIVLIN, Ambassador, Consulate General of Israel in New York, including his address at the Annual Convention of NYSSBA, Syracuse, NY, October 31, 1972. His autograph on a sheet of the participants; CHARLES C. INGHAM (1797–1863) Irish Portrait Painter, founder of New York Academy of Design; ELLEN WOOD (1814-1887), author of 30 novels, autograph with sentiments; ANATOLE FRANCIS (JACQUES ANATOLE THIBAULT) (1844-1924), author.


    TLS ranging from 1934 (most from the 30s and 40s) to 1974 with some very notable names: (2) by Connecticut Senator AUGUSTINE LONERGAN regarding the Federal Trade Commission; (2) by Wyoming Senator JOSEPH C. O’MAHONEY regarding the recent election and the Federal Trade Commission; Washington Senator CLARENCE C. DILL regarding his radio address; Iowa Senator LOUIS MURPHY regarding the Federal Trade Commission; (2) Tennessee Senator KENNETH MCKELLAR (“God pity the children that will have to be reared by the Government!); Regarding the Federal Trade Commission; Senator JACOB JAVITS (Thanks for attending his “Report to the People”).


    Letters have lights folds and toning. Autographs have been attached to sheets, mostly biographical, referring to the signer.


    Overall a nice selection crossing a range of interests.


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