CIRCUS CARTE-DE-VISITE AND CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS INCLUDING CHANG AND ENG
Group of 20 photographs CDV and Cabinet sizes of mostly circus "freaks" and impresario, P. T. Barnum2 CDV photos of Chang and Eng, one with 2 of their sons.3 Cabinet photos of midgets (one mat cropped at two corners.)15 CDV photographs including Blondin, the tight rope walker full length, two of Barnum, and the rest circus freaks. Additional images on request
Document Signed by Ford and Mayer as Vice President of MGM studios, a contract between Ford and MGM for services as director, 4 separate 4to pages, Culver City, May 3, 1932, also initialed on first page by both.
Correspondence between Houdini and mentalist Julius Zancig about mind reading with illustration: 1- Zancig Typed Letter unsigned, to Houdini on "Zancig Studio" stationery explaining the mind reading trick "How to Thought Picture"; with envelope addressed to Houdini, postmarked Asbury Park, NJ., August 8, 1925. Zancig wrote “Private” on verso of this letter. 2- Written on behalf of Houdini, possibly by secretary Julie Sawyer, a holograph letter signed for him to mentalist Julius Zancig, in pencil, three separate 4to pages, August 17,1925; Julie Sawyer was the niece of Houdini’s wife Bess. 3- Typed Letter unsigned, 2 pp, to Zancig with a hexagram diagram Houdini likely drew, in ink, Aug. 21, 1925;
Welles plans to produce two unknown plays but feels overlooked by reviews of Ionesco's "Rhinoceros." Typed Letter Signed, with a doodle, 4to, on Hotel Esplanade stationery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, n.d., ca.1960.