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OAKES (Philip, Poet)

"In the Affirmative" signed, inscribed "For Desmond & Katherine Dupré‚ with best wishes" and dated March 1969, 8vo., Andre Deutsch Ltd, London

Item Date:  1968
Stock No:  2435      £25

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O'CASEY (Sean, 1884-1964, Irish Playwright)

Fine Autograph letter signed in full to Mr Anmer Hall saying that he has "given us all something like a production of Mourning Becomes Electra - which is an Irish way of saying that it was splendid. It was brave of you to put it on - or rather, cowardly of the other managers not to do so. I shall remember the Production for a long time. I'm very glad that the run has been extended, and that the play has been a success ...", 1 side 8vo., 12th December

Item Date:  1937
Stock No:  38117      £325

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OKEY (Thomas, 1852-1935, Fellow of Gonville and Caius, Cambridge)

Autograph Letter Signed to Hermann Augustin Piehler, (1888-1987, Editor of Baedeker's and Dent's Guide Books), sending "the introduction to Lethaby", (William Richard Lethaby, 1857-1931, architect and Professor of Design at the Royal College of Art, South Kensington), he is sorry to say that "Mrs. Holman Hunt", (Edith, née Waugh, d.1931, second wife of the artist William Holman-Hunt, 1827-1910), "has fixed Saty 3.30 as sacred to us", though it is rather dubious "that my sister may venture so far in this chill dirty E Wind ... If we do come up & escape fairly early after tea we will give you a look up. Our most affectionate greetings", 2 sides 8vo., The Athenaeum, Pall Mall, S.W.1, 28th September

Item Date:  1928
Stock No:  15169      £35

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OLIPHANT (Laurence, 1829-1888, Novelist, Traveller, Diplomat, War correspondent and Mystic)

Signature on fragment of a letter saying he will be out of town for some weeks, 2 sides 3" x 3½" black edged, 4 Mount Street, Park Lane, 'Saturday' no date, c.

Item Date:  1870
Stock No:  51905      £25

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OLIVER (Jane, pseudonym of Helen Rees, Romantic Novelist)

APS to Eileen Cond, saying she is "glad to hear that you enjoyed In No Strange Land", 1 side postcard, Buddle Hill, North Gorley, Fordingbridge, Hants, 17th January

Item Date:  1947
Stock No:  18654      £15

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