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BARBIROLLI (Sir John, 1899-1970, Conductor, 1943-1958, of the Hallé orchestra)

Fine photo signed and dated, showing him head and shoulders, looking serious, 5½" x 3½", London,

Item Date:  1932
Stock No:  40258      £125

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BLACKMORE (Richard Doddridge, 1825-1900, Novelist, author of 'Lorna Doone')

Autograph Letter Signed on a card to J. A. Stuart thanking him for his"kind care. I think these lines must go now as they are' if you will oblige me by seeing that the printers do the corrections aright, then I need not trouble you any more ...", with a postscript that he will "look out for your book. It will be out, I daresay, before mine", 1 side correspondence card, with original autograph envelope, Teddington, 7th July

Item Date:  1897
Stock No:  40292      £225

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BLUNT (Wilfrid Jasper Walter, 1901-1987, Art Teacher, Author, Artist and Curator of the Watts Gallery)

Long Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Gwynne Hughes thanking him for his letter and saying that it is "always a great pleasure to hear that what one has written has been enjoyed. I've just finished a biography of old Sir Sydney Cockerell ... he always made a point of telling authors, actors, musicians etc. of performances enjoyed, & I've ample evidence among his papers of the pleasure he gave. Yes, I've known the Balder Bookshop for many years now, & have spent happy hours among its shelves; that was when I was living ... at Ham, but now, alas, I am seldom in its neighbourhood. I've two other books 'on the stocks' - another flower book (to be called Poppycock) & a book on Persia. Neither will be ready for a long time yet, but I'm miserable when I haven't several projects in varying stages of development ...", 2 sides 8vo., The Curator's House, Watts Gallery, nr Guildford, 17th March

Item Date:  1964
Stock No:  40286      £45

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BOTHA (Louis, 1862-1919, Soldier and Statesman who was the first prime minister of the Union of South Africa), Campbell BANNERMAN (Sir Henry, 1836-1908, Prime Minister) and Wilfrid LAURIER (1841-1919, 7th Prime Minister of Canada)

All three signatures on a leaf from an autograph album two of them with the date, 8" x 6½", no place, dated 12th December 1906 and 12th May

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  40273      £225

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BOULT (Adrian, 1889-1978, Conductor of the L.P.O.)

Photo of a Painting by G. Holland, Signed and dated showing him half length, seated at a table, holding his conducting baton, 6½" x 4¼", no place, April

Item Date:  1935
Stock No:  40257      £125

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