Women’s Manuscript Prayer Book in Hebrew. Scribe: Yechiel Menachem Ben Abraham Urbino. Italy, 1775
This delicate and rare manuscript, prepared exclusively for women includes prayers for healthy and righteous children, a comfortable livelihood, the Mikveh, pregnancy, candle lightening, and the separation of Challah.
Catch-22. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed and signed by Heller: “To Jim Pepper: Who might be interested to know that if not for a novel by Leon Uris called Mila 18, this copy of Catch-22 would be Catch-18. Best wishes Joseph Heller 9/20/78.”
Walt Whitman on the architecture of Rome and Washington - “No public buildings in Europe any where will compare with ours in Washington”WHITMAN, WALT
Autograph manuscript on Italian and American architecture and art headed “Talk with Dr. Stone.”. [Washington], [ca 1865-72]
In this unpublished manuscript Walt Whitman discusses the architecture and art of Rome, while also praising the grand public buildings of Washington, D. C. He writes to memorialize his conversation with Dr. Horatio Stone, the celebrated American sculptor.
(TWAIN, MARK, ANDREW CARNEGIE, THOMAS EDISON, et al.)
Engineers Club Inaugural Banquet Commemorative of the Opening of the New Club House on which occasion Mr. Andrew Carnegie will be the guest of honor Monday, the ninth of December 1907. [New York: Engineer's Club], 
Signed by Mark Twain, Thomas Edison, and Andrew Carnegie (who has signed twice), and others. This event commemorated the opening of the Engineers Club’s fabulous new home at 32 West 40th Street on Bryant Park in New York.
[BROWNING.] BARRETT ,ELIZABETH BARRETT
Poems. London: Moxon, 1844
FIRST EDITION of the book that brought Barrett fame. Presentation copy, inscribed by Elizabeth Barrett, “To Miss Heard, with the author’s regards, August 1844.”
(ARMSTRONG, NEIL.) VERNE, JULES
A Trip to the Moon. New York: F. M. Lupton, September 9, 1893
Signed by Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon. This classic of science fiction, turned into scientific fact by Armstrong and the Apollo 11 mission, was first published as De la Terre à la Lune in 1865.