Henri Matisse Writes to One of the Founders of the Museum of Modern Art, Planning His Great 1931 Exhibit at that Brand...
Mark Twain Writes Out The Final Line of His Book "Eve's Diary," Which Was Written As An Ode to His Own Wife, Who Had...
Ernest Hemingway: “All the brave aren’t dead but will be in 100 years”
Ernest Hemingway’s Work on the Sport, Art and Economics of Bullfighting, Signed
Mark Twain on How He Writes: “whirlwinds of activity which strike a body now and then and set him spinning”
Rossini Prepares for the Great Worlds Fair in Paris in 1867
Composer Giuseppe Verdi Manages the International Distribution of His Operas
A Signed Copy of Mark Twain’s Beloved The Prince and the Pauper
Longfellow Writes An Aspiring Poet On the Source of Success: "It is in your own hands"
Uncommon Signed Engraving of Thomas Carlyle
Frank Lloyd Wright Is Pleased to Have His Humanistic Style of Architecture Placed in Opposition to Le Corbusier’s...
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