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Wambaugh, Joseph   (1937- )
Wambaugh, Joseph Best-selling American author of Los Angeles police stories, many of which have been made into films, including The Onion Field and The Choirboys.
A very fine black and white 8" x 10" of Joseph Wambaugh in a Los Angeles County Sheriff's uniform, holding a copy of his best-selling novel, The Onion Field. There's a fine signature and inscription  ("For Fred Bomar, Best wishes, Joseph Wambaugh, 1985")in blue ink across a clear area of the image.


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ref:5147  £20.00
Webb, Marion St John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
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very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on three sides of blind-stamped headed notepaper (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Oct 13, 1929) to a Mrs Belben, promising a review of her book in The Bookman and mentioning a new Mr Papingay story..
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ref:8976  £50.00
Webb, Marion St. John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St. John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
A very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on two 10" x 8" lined pages (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Dec 12, 1920) to a Mrs Belben, commenting favourably on her children's poetry and suggesting the best way to get it published. VERY RARE.


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ref:8973  £50.00
Webb, Marion St.John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St.John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
A very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on two sides of a sheet 10" x 8" lined pages (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Jan 8, 1922) to a Mrs Belben, discussing a possible musical version of The Littlest One.

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ref:8974  £50.00
Webb, Marion St.John   (1888-1930)
Webb, Marion St.John English writer of novels and poetry for children, forerunners of the work of A.A.Milne; most famous for her character The Littlest One.
 A very fine, friendly letter, handwritten in ink on a sheet 10" x 8" lined pages (1 Pump Court, Temple, EC4, Jan 17, 1922) to a Mrs Belben, discussing aspects of a possible musical version of The Littlest One and expressing sympathy for family problems.
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ref:8975  £50.00
Wesker, Arnold   (1932-2016)
Wesker, Arnold Great British dramatist, best known for plays that include Chicken Soup with Barley (1958), Roots (1958) and Chips With Everything (1962).
A very fine postcard issued by the Post Office, featuring a reproduction of their 1977 Silver Jubillee 10p Commemorative Stamp.  Wesker has added a fine signature in black ink to the reverse.

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ref:6864  £15.00
Wheatley, Dennis   (1897-1977)
Wheatley, Dennis Prolific English author, a writer of stylish thrillers and occult novels that made him one of the world's best-selling authors in the 1950s and 1960s.
An important 2-page letter on headed notepaper (48 Queens Gate, SW7, Oct 20th '33), handwritten and signed in blue fountain pen ink.
1933 was Wheatle
y's breakthrough year but following the instant success of The Forbidden Territory the next book of his to appear in the shops, in the September of that year, was a non-fiction title, Old Rowley, a biography of King Charles II. This letter is about that book. RARE.

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ref:8687  £150.00
Wiggin, Kate Douglas   (1856-1923)
Wiggin, Kate Douglas
American children's author and educator, best remembered for her 1903 enduring children’s classic, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
A short, interesting handwritten message, written and signed in dark blue ink, on a 3.5" x 2.25" card. SCARCE.

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ref:1415  £30.00
Wren, Philip Christopher   (1875-1941)
Wren, Philip Christopher Best-selling British writer of adventure fiction, best remembered for Beau Geste (1924).
A fine signature and date (18.6.38) in blue fountain pen ink on a 4.5" x 3.5" card.

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ref:7687  £25.00
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