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FRANKFURTER, Felix. Photograph portrait, signed and inscribed by Frankfurter to a young female law student, Ellen Nash, the sole woman graduate of her law class and later one of the first women to practice law on Charlottesville Court Square.
New York : [c.1950]A handsome three-quarter length portrait of Frankfurter, seated in judicial robes, facing left, inscribed by him, "For Enie Nash, with every good wish for her successful practice of the public profession of the law, from her devoted friend, Felix Frankfurter", dated 15 January 1950.
Ellen "Enie" Virginia Nash (1910-1995) was a pioneering female... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 123174
SCHLIEMANN, Heinrich. Five large original photographs of excavations at Troy (3), Mycenae (1) and Samothrace (1) - from the private collection of Heinrich Schliemann, with his holograph annotations.
Troy, Mycenae, Samothrace (present day western Turkey and Greece) : c.1879Fascinating, unpublished and extremely scarce archive of four original photographs from Schliemann's pioneering excavations at Troy and Mycenae, and another of Samothrace, where work was conducted by Schliemann's compatriot Alexander Conze (1831-1914). The three views taken at Troy (1871-73) show the massive outer walls of King Priam's city on the left... Learn More£25,000.00
Stock Code: 121338
OWENS, Bill. Suburbia; Our Kind of People; Working.
San Francisco / New York : 1973-77Signed limited edition, each volume numbered 35/40 and signed on the half-title by the photographer. With an original photograph, signed by Owens, in a folder with Owens's embossed blindstamp and numbered 35/40. Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 121013
KENNEDY, John F. Photograph inscribed to British diplomat Harold Caccia.
1961Inscribed on the mount by John F. Kennedy to the British Ambassador to the United States: "For Sir Harold Caccia - a strong link in a strong chain that binds our two countries - with every good wish. John F. Kennedy - 1961".
Harold Caccia (1905-1990) served as British Ambassador to the United States from 1956 to 1961. Kennedy's reference in his... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 148863
YEATS, W. B. (sitter); BOUGHTON, Alice (photo.) Doubly inscribed portrait photograph.
New York : 1904A doubly inscribed portrait photo, inscribed by Yeats to Una Pope-Hennessy, "W B Yeats To Mrs Pope Hennessy" at the foot of the image, and additionally signed by the photographer, "Copyrighted by Alice Boughton Apr. 1904 New York". A remarkable photo, with an appealing association, by the renowned New York photographer. Alice Boughton (1876-1945) opened... Learn More£20,000.00
Stock Code: 131408
SHAW, George Bernard; COSTER, Howard (photographer). Attractive inscribed photographic portrait on textured paper by Howard Coster.
London : [early 1930s]A fine photographic portrait of Shaw, by Howard Coster, one of the most renowned portrait photographers of the day, signed by both sitter and photographer, and presented by Shaw to the American actress who had appeared in many of his plays, additionally inscribed by him "To Mary Lawton, G. Bernard Shaw, 13/11/36".
An excellent association: Shaw... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 114626
FREUD, Sigmund. Signed photograph.
[London : 1938]Freud reads the manuscript of Moses and Monotheism. A superb signed photograph of Freud at work taken by the Austrian-British psychoanalyst Wilhelm Hoffer (1897-1967), depicting Freud seated at his desk in London.
Freud had begun working on his Moses book in 1934 and partly published it in German in 1937. He arrived in London on 6 June 1938,... Learn More£22,500.00
Stock Code: 132013
DYLAN, Bob. Original signed photograph by Don Hunstein.
New York : 1963A beguiling vérité image of the great songwriter, walking away from the camera with slung guitar across the floor of a deserted recording studio, captured by the celebrated Don Hunstein in August 1963 at Columbia's Studio A in New York City. This was the album session that produced the iconic "The Times They Are A-Changin'".
Don Hunstein (1928-2017)... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 121839
GERSHWIN, George - TOPPO, Renato. "Making a change"- inscribed photographic portrait.
New York : 1935Inscribed in the lower border, "To Robley Durham Stevens - Sincere good wishes George Gershwin". Evocative image of the composer "sitting at a piano making an alteration to the score for 'Porgy and Bess'" (Hulton Archive). Robley Stevens was a labour relations consultant working in the Washington/Baltimore area, the author of a number of books and many... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 130182
STEINBECK, John. Inscribed portrait photograph.
[c.1960]Strong portrait photograph inscribed by Steinbeck lower right, "For Bob Keane, with best, John Steinbeck"; an excellent image, Steinbeck, in shirt and tie, sporting a pin-striped jacket, looking a little quizzically to his right. It is tempting to speculate that the recipient may have been the writer's fellow Californian, the pioneering record producer... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 142679