The following item is an authentic signed document from The State of North Carolina. This is an election notice for the position of Justice of The Peace. The position was filled by an Alpheus Norwell for 6 years. Norwell was elected in 1877 and resigned in 1879. His resignation letter is attached to his election certificate. What makes this document significant is that it was signed by The North Carolina Secretary of State Joseph Adolphus Englehard. During The Civil War Englehard was a Major in the Confederate Army. He was also The Assistant Adjutant General for Pender’s Division and was present during The Battle of Gettysburg. The following is an excerpt of his description of Pickett’s Charge. Englehard, adjutant gen- eral of Gen. Pender’s division, says: The point at which the troops with me struck the enemy’s works project- ed farthest to the front. I recollect well, my horse having been shot, I leaned my elbow upon one of the guns of the enemy to rest, and watched with painful anxiety the fight on Pickett’s right, for on their success meant the tenableness of our position. Surround- ing me were soldiers of Trimble’s, of Pettigrew’s and of Pickett’s division, and it required all the resources at my command to prevent their follow- ing en masse the retreating enemy, and some did go so far that when we were compelled to withdraw they were unable to reach our lines, the enemy closing in from the right and left. We remained in quiet and undisputed pos- session of the enemy’s work, the men, flushed with victory, eager to press forward. Englehard survived Pickett’s Charge and The Civil War and went on to become North Carolina Secretary of State. This document is in very good condition and is signed by Englehard is dark period ink on the lower right. A great signature from a key member of The Confederate States Army during The Civil War. Note:The last picture is a photo of Englehard during the war.
It is on the original. Hollywood Enterprises letterhead paper. The document mentions royalty income for films such as “Wizard of Oz” and “Gone With the Wind”. Shown in the photos above. It is hand signed on the bottom of the last page by C. Edward Carrier, the founder of Hollywood Enterprises. If requested I will provide the document’s measurements. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. This hand signed item is 100% original and authentic. Furthermore, this item DOES NOT INCLUDE a PSA/DNA or JSA authentication. We stand behind our COA. Specializes in rare and collectible movie scripts. Our scripts are genuine, authentic and screen used. We also carry movie props from no genre in particular. Furthermore, all of our items that are not props or scripts can be found in our Other Memorabilia category. We do not sell reproductions or fakes. We have one of the largest collections of original movie screenplays in the world. We also carry scripts used in Television, Broadway, Radio and other forms of entertainment. Every script that we own was hand-picked one at a time over the many years of which we have been collecting. A lot of people, new to collecting, are confused about the word Original. ” In terms of movie scripts, the term “Original means that it was used by the production company in the early stages of production or that it was issued out to the cast and crew members during filming, and used at the time of production. Any scripts printed or used in any fashion after filming has completed are known as either a reproduction or a post-production script. These two types of scripts are much less valuable and desirable. All of our scripts are Original.. An original movie script has a lot of character in the item itself and every one of them is different in some way or another. There is usually only one script given to each crew member during production, however, sometimes they do get more than one. This makes original movie scripts very desirable because of how scarce they are. Any changes made to the screenplay during production are known as revisions and these revision pages are inserted into that one script that was issued out to them. For example, if we are talking about a low-budget film with a small cast and only a few crew members, there are actually only a small number of scripts in existence around the world for that film. This aspect of collecting makes it fun but also difficult because there may be a certain writer or director that you love to collect and there may only be a handful of movie scripts that still exist from that specific film that you are looking for. We have some of the rarest movie scripts in the world. Each film project has a different total number of scripts that are issued. The older a film is you also have to figure in the fact that a lot of the original movie scripts have been thrown out or destroyed over time. We do our best to provide the widest selection of original movie scripts in the world. Whatever actor, producer, director, writer or specific film department you are looking for, we probably have a movie script related to the person you are looking for in some form or fashion. I know that there are a lot of items to search through, but there is definitely something for you. Once you check off this little box it will allow you to search for a specific word that is contained in any of our listings’ actual description. Here all of the original movie scripts will be categorized by decade, which will help you to narrow down what you are looking for by the year it was made.
This is a Neil Simon and Marsha Mason hand signed “Waiver of Notice of Reorganizational Meeting of the Board of Directors” legal document dated January 2, 1981. Don’t miss this unusual opportunity to own this rare piece of Hollywood memorabilia. This item is an original, authentically signed historical document. I can usually correct any reason for you dissatisfaction. Thank you looking and good luck! This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Movies”. The seller is “steve88dodgers” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Industry: Movies
- Signed by: Neil Simon & Marsha Mason
- Signed: Yes
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Foreword by Gordon Parks. Text from Federal Writers Project collected and edited by Ann Banks. Matrix, Providence, RI, 1981. SIGNED by Aaron Siskind on the front free endpaper. Stiff card covers in photo illustrated dust jacket. Numerous black and white reproductions. Good plus in a good dust jacket. “Aaron Siskind’s Harlem Document, a mirror of my own past, speaks explicitly for itself, ” writes Gordon Parks in his foreword. It is an ongoing memory of Black people living in crowded kitchenettes; suffering the loneliness of rented bedrooms; praying in leftover churches, and grasping a patch of happiness whenever and wherever they could find it. This volume includes work Siskind made as part of the Feature Group, a loose collaboration formed at the Photo League in New York in 1936, and images for a never completed book project called The Most Crowded Block that Siskind undertook with Max Yavno and the writer Michael Carter. Light edgewear to the covers. Some peeling and discoloration to the bottom edge front cover. Internally, a gift inscription, not by the author, to the top edge of the first free endpaper above the signature. Light right angle crease to the upper right hand corner throughout. Images clean and bright. Hint of tanning to page edges. The DJ is lightly soiled and rubbed w/ moderate wear as well as small tears to the edges and to the top and bottom of the spine. Corners and edges scuffed and rubbed. Moderate wear to the spine. Chip to the DJ head of the spine. Crease to the DJ back cover. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “hmxa15a” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Binding: Softcover, Wraps
- Subject: Art & Photography
- Topic: Photography: Monographs
- Special Attributes: 1st Edition, Illustrated, Signed
- Origin: American
- Printing Year: 1981
- 3rd Level Category: Monographs
- Country of Manufacture: United States
1796 Signed Document Revolutionary War Vet Benjamin Peck Greenwich Cumberland NJ. Approximately 3″ by 8″. Benjamin Peck was a prominent figure in Cumberland County, New Jersey during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He was born in 1757 in Greenwich Township, Cumberland County, and served as a soldier during the American Revolution. After the war, he became a justice of the peace and served in that capacity for many years. Peck was also a successful farmer and businessman, and owned a large farm in Bridgeton, New Jersey. He was involved in the development of the town, serving as a trustee of the Bridgeton Academy and as a director of the Cumberland Bank. In addition to his public and business pursuits, Peck was also active in his community and church. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and served as an elder for many years. Peck passed away in 1833 at the age of 76, and is buried in the Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Bridgeton, New Jersey. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Paper\Ephemera\Pre-1800″. The seller is “paperboys” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Wallis and Futuna, Gambia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Poland, Oman, Suriname, United Arab Emirates, Kenya, Argentina, Guinea-Bissau, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Bhutan, Senegal, Togo, Ireland, Qatar, Burundi, Netherlands, Iraq, Slovakia, Slovenia, Equatorial Guinea, Thailand, Aruba, Sweden, Iceland, Macedonia, Belgium, Israel, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Benin, Algeria, Antigua and Barbuda, Italy, Swaziland, Tanzania, Pakistan, Burkina Faso, Panama, Singapore, Kyrgyzstan, Switzerland, Djibouti, Chile, China, Mali, Botswana, Republic of Croatia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Portugal, Malta, Tajikistan, Vietnam, Cayman Islands, Paraguay, Saint Helena, Cyprus, Seychelles, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Australia, Austria, Sri Lanka, Gabon Republic, Zimbabwe, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Norway, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Kiribati, Turkmenistan, Grenada, Greece, Haiti, Greenland, Yemen, Afghanistan, Montenegro, Mongolia, Nepal, Bahamas, Bahrain, United Kingdom, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Angola, Western Samoa, France, Mozambique, Namibia, Peru, Denmark, Guatemala, Solomon Islands, Vatican City State, Sierra Leone, Nauru, Anguilla, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Cameroon, Guyana, Azerbaijan Republic, Macau, Georgia, Tonga, San Marino, Eritrea, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Morocco, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Mauritania, Belize, Philippines, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Colombia, Spain, Estonia, Bermuda, Montserrat, Zambia, South Korea, Vanuatu, Ecuador, Albania, Ethiopia, Monaco, Niger, Laos, Ghana, Cape Verde Islands, Moldova, Madagascar, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Lebanon, Liberia, Bolivia, Maldives, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Central African Republic, Lesotho, Nigeria, Mauritius, Saint Lucia, Jordan, Guinea, Canada, Turks and Caicos Islands, Chad, Andorra, Romania, Costa Rica, India, Mexico, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Lithuania, Trinidad and Tobago, Malawi, Nicaragua, Finland, Tunisia, Luxembourg, Uganda, Brazil, Turkey, Germany, Egypt, Latvia, Jamaica, South Africa, Brunei Darussalam, Honduras.
It is on a document from WWII, dated February 1, 1945, on letterhead of Headquarters 15th Army Group. He was a very important figure in the history of WWII and an outstanding military hero. Letter is to BASIL O’CONNOR, a close friend of F. D. R. And founder of polio foundations. Clark advises that military and civilian members of his command:… Were made acquainted with the importance of the work being done by the Foundation… Everyone was offered the opportunity to contribute… Let me send you best wishes for this most important project. May this year’s’March of Dimes’ have proven the most successful ever… The letter is boldly signed by Lieutenant General Mark W. Clark and it remains in very good condition. Mark Wayne Clark (May 1, 1896 – April 17, 1984) was a United States Army officer who saw service during World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. He was the youngest general (four-star general) in the United States Army during World War II. During World War I, he was a company commander and served in France in 1918, as a 22-year old captain, where he was seriously wounded by shrapnel. After the war, the future U. Army Chief of Staff, General George Marshall, noticed Clark’s abilities. During World War II, he commanded the United States Fifth Army, and later the 15th Army Group, in the Italian campaign. He is known for leading the Fifth Army in its capture of Rome in June 1944. Clark has been heavily criticized for ignoring the orders of his superior officer, British General Sir Harold R. Alexander, and allowing the German 10th Army to slip away, in his drive to take Rome, the capital of Italy, a strategically unimportant city. The German 10th Army then joined with the rest of the German army group at the Trasimene Line. In March 1945, Clark, at the age of 48, became the youngest American officer ever to be promoted to the rank of four star general. General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, a close friend of Clark’s, considered him a brilliant staff officer and trainer of men. Clark was awarded many medals, including the Distinguished Service Cross, the U. Army’s highest award. Here is a great opportunity to add a special item to your collection! (Inventory: Autograph Closet – Envelope 2). Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Military”. The seller is “ron-likes-history” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Signed by: Mark W. Clark