KENNEDY, JOHN F
Profiles in Courage. New York: Harper, (c.1956)
Presentation copy inscribed by Kennedy: “For Alfred Eisenstaedt with every good wish John Kennedy.”
HUTH, HELEN ROSE
Splendid album containing 50 watercolors, 70 photographs, and fine calligraphic selections of poems and prose. Mostly Possingworth and environs, 1879 - ca. 1905
This magnificent, imposing album was made by a prominent late-Victorian hostess, patron of the arts, and gifted amateur artist. Helen Rose Huth was the wife of the banker Louis Huth. The Huths were major art collectors, and Helen sat for both George Frederic Watts and James Abbott McNeill Whistler who painted the celebrated “Arrangement in Black, No. 2: Portrait of Mrs Louis Huth.”
(BROADWAY.) GEORGE M COHAN & SAM H. HARRIS
Theater financial ledger of Sam Harris and George M. Cohan. New York, 1906-1907
This massive manuscript ledger charts formative years of the show business partnership of George M. Cohan, the “father of American musical comedy,” and Sam H. Harris, the famed Broadway producer and theater owner.
(ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN NEW YORK.)
A collection of four printed and manuscript items relating to the end of slavery in New York. New York, 1816-1840
This collection documents the struggle to end slavery in New York in the early nineteenth century.
4 items: $12,500
WATSON, JAMES D. & FRANCIS CRICK
Signed photograph of Watson and Crick with their three-dimensional model of the double-helix DNA molecule. Anthony Barrington, 1953, printed later
Signed by Watson and Crick in the white lower margin. The discovery of the structure of DNA was the cornerstone event in modern genetics and biology and one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time.
Autograph note signed. No place, no date c. 1950
Einstein writes in German, “This for the unlikely event that you would need it as much as I. With warm regards to all of you Your A. Einstein” (“Dies für den unwahrscheinlichen Fall, dass Sie es ebenso notwendig hätten als ich. Mit herzlichen Grüßen an Sie alle / Ihr A. Einstein”).
on hold: $7,500
Autograph manuscript signed “Walt Whitman on the Poets.”. No place, 
In this fascinating manuscript Whitman provides a newspaper with an article defending himself against attacks that he did not respect the great American poets of the day.
“one of my good-humored pictures … This is strong enough to be right and gentle enough to be right, too” - Whitman(WHITMAN, WALT.) Napoleon Sarony
Bust portrait of Whitman wearing a hat. New York, 1878
Boldly signed and dated 1879 by Whitman. Whitman observed of this delightful portrait, “It is one of my good-humored pictures. … This is strong enough to be right and gentle enough to be right, too: I like to be both: I wouldn’t like people to say ‘he is a giant’ and then forget I know how to love.”
(WASHINGTON, BUSHROD.) [Ballow, Henry.]
A Treatise of Equity … with the addition of marginal references and notes by John Fonblanque. Volume the Second. Dublin: Byrne, Moore, Jones, and Watts, 1795
Bushrod Washington’s copy, with his signature on the title-page. George Washington’s favorite nephew, Bushrod (1762-1829) was executor of his uncle’s estate and inherited Mount Vernon. He inherited Washington’s library and papers, and this volume was surely shelved side-by-side with those books at Mount Vernon. Bushrod Washington gave John Marshall access to Washington’s papers when the chief justice was writing his Life of Washington.
A Republic, If You Can Keep It. New York: New York Times, (1972)
FIRST EDITION. Presentation copy inscribed by Warren: “For Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, dear friend and colleague whose life has been dedicated to keeping the United States, the Republic the founding fathers envisioned. With affectionate regards. Earl Warren 5/4/72.”