New York: Donald I. Fine, 1990. An autobiography with Lee Davis. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs; endpapers decorated with drawings by Al Hirschfeld. 354 pages, 8vo, yellow and burgundy cloth-backed boards, dust wrapper. New York: Donald I. Fine, Inc., (1990). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine wrapper. Inscribed on the half-title page: "To ...:New friends who I hope will someday be old friends ... Richard, 10/8/91"
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New York: 1950. His signature on the front cover of an attractive 1950 Playbill for the Broadway play "Where's Charley?" which depicts a wonderful three-quarters-page caricature of Bolger in character. Additionally signed by co-star Byron Palmer. This issue of Playbill features some great vintage ads including the Copacabana featuring Frank Sinatra (with full course dinner for $2.50) and a full back cover ad for Chesterfield Cigarettes with Kirk Douglas. Two small water-spot stains on the front cover; otherwise very good...
1892. A.L.S. "C. Hayden Coffin", 8vo. 2 pages, Westminster Hotel, May 2nd 1892, postponing an appointment due to a bust schedule, in part: "...I have been so busy that it will be impossible for me to come to you tomorrow ... but unless I hear to the contrary, we will call on Saturday after 3 pm..." Two barely visible small filing holes, otherwise in fine condition. English actor and singer known for his performances in many famous Edwardian musical comedies...
New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1971. Illustrated. 385 pages. 4to., black cloth covered boards, missing wrapper. New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, (1971). A very good(+) copy. Inscribed to Irving Berlin by the author on flyleaf: "To Irving Berlin - with my sincere respect and admiration - and my appreciation for your help and encouragement - Stanley Green"
Martha's Vineyard: 1971. Autographed letter signed to author Max Wilk, thanking him for a helpful suggestion. 1 page, 5" x 8", on "Martha's Vineyard Island" stationery, July 30, 1971. Fine condition. Harburg, the famed American lyricist, worked with many well-known composers and is best known for writing the lyrics to "The Wizard of Oz." "...Your gracious suggestion of a beautiful replacement is an act of Elizabethan gallantry..."