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These Autographs were collected by my Father over his lifetime! Stowe Vintage will feature Autographs of Hollywood Stars, Political Autographs, President's Autographs, Sports Autographs, Military Autographs, Entertainment Autographs, Authors Autographs, Historical Autographs, and More! Comes with a COA. Contact us at 802-253-7000 or stovint08@gmail.com.


 

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CHARLES M. SCHWAB AUTOGRAPH

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Charles Michael Schwab February 18, 1862 in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania - October 18, 1939 in London, England) was an American industrialist who became a multimillionaire in the steel industry but died bankrupt. Schwab was born into a German Catholic family in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania and grew up in Loretto, Pennsylvania, which he would always consider his "home town". He attended Saint Francis College, now Saint Francis University, but left after two years to find work in Pittsburgh. He started as a stake driver in Andrew Carnegie's steelworks and in 1897 rose to become president of the Carnegie Steel Company at the age of 35. In 1901, he negotiated the secret buyout of Carnegie Steel to a group of New York-based financiers led by J.P. Morgan. After the buyout, Schwab became the first president of the U.S. Steel Corporation, the company formed out of Carnegie's former holdings. However Schwab found U.S. Steel to be unwieldy and inefficient. After several clashes with Morgan and company executive Elbert Gary, he resigned in 1903. He left the company to run the Bethlehem Steel Company, which under his direction became the largest independent steel producer in the field.


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Original Charles M. Schwab Autograph, signed on Card Stock. Regular Price - $ 850.00 / Sale Price - $ 395.00.


CLARENCE DARROW AUTOGRAPH

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Clarence Seward Darrow was born April 18, 1857 in Kinsman Township, Trumbull County, Ohio - died March 13, 1938 in Chicago.  Darrow was an American lawyer and leading member of the American Civil Liberties Union, best known for defending teenage thrill killers Leopold and Loeb in their trial for murdering 14-year-old Bobby Franks (1924) and defending John T. Scopes in the so-called "Monkey" Trial (1925), in which he opposed the famous statesman William Jennings Bryan. He remains notable for his wit, compassion, and agnosticism that marked him as one of the most famous American lawyers and civil libertarians.


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Original Clarence Darrow Autograph signed on a Business Card Sized Card Stock. Dated 1931 Regular Price - $ 1999.99(this price listed elsewhere) / Sale Price - $ 999.99.


CYRUS W. FIELD AUTOGRAPH

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Cyrus West Field was born November 30, 1819 – died July 12, 1892.  Cyrus West Field was an American businessman and financier who led the Atlantic Telegraph Company, the company that successfully laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858. The cable broke three weeks afterward. In 1866, Field laid a new, more durable cable which provided almost instant communication across the Atlantic. On his return to Newfoundland, he grappled the previously snapped cable, reattached it to new wire, thus allowing for a second, backup wire for communication. In December 1884, the Canadian Pacific Railway named the community of Field, British Columbia, Canada in his honor. Bad investments left Field bankrupt at the end of his life.


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Original Cyrus W. Field Autograph signed on Card Stock. (Cut & taped between the Y and R in Cyrus) Written on card: Very truly your friend Cyrus W. Field. Price - $ 48.00.


STANLEY MARCUS AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Harold Stanley Marcus was born April 20, 1905 – died January 22, 2002. Marcus was an early president (1950–1972) and later chairman of the board (1972–1976) of the luxury retailer Neiman Marcus in Dallas, Texas, which his father and aunt had founded in 1907. During his tenure at the company, he also became a published author, writing his memoir Minding the Store and also a regular column in The Dallas Morning News. After Neiman Marcus was sold to Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Marcus initially remained in an advisory capacity to that company, but later began his own consulting business, which continued until his death. He served his local community as an avid patron of the fine arts and as a civic leader. Marcus introduced many of the innovations for which Neiman-Marcus became known, creating a national award for service in fashion and hosting art exhibitions in the store itself, as well as weekly fashion shows and an annual Fortnight event highlighting a different foreign country for two weeks each year. He established the Neiman-Marcus Christmas Catalogue, which became famous for extravagant "His and Hers" gifts such as airplanes and camels. Marcus prided himself on his staff's ability to provide service and value for each client, often citing his father's dictum, "There is never a good sale for Neiman Marcus unless it's a good buy for the customer." He received the Chevalier Award from the French Legion of Honor, was listed in the Houston Chronicle's list of the 100 most important Texans,and was named by Harvard Business School among the greatest American Business Leaders of the 20th century. The Advertising Hall of Fame notes: "Stanley Marcus was among the most important figures in the history of American retail merchandising and marketing. Through his many innovations, he transformed a local Dallas clothing store into an international brand synonymous with high style, fashion and gracious service." Original Stanley Marcus Autograph, signed on a Fly Leaf. Approx. size 6 x 9 1/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 54.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


A. ATWATER KENT AUT0GRAPHED NO TRESPASSING NOTICE

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Arthur Atwater Kent was born in1873 – died 1949.  Arthur Atwater Kent was a thrifty New Englander born in Vermont, educated at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, who invented the closely timed ignition system, and operated the Atwater Kent radio factory in Pennsylvania (the world's largest at the time). Some key dates in his career include first manufacturing 1896, Philadelphia move 1902, ignition systems 1907, first radio instruments 1921, open set 1922, mahogany box sets 1924, metal box sets 1926, Superheterodynes 1930, closed plant 1936.  Income from his ignition systems enabled Kent to enter the radio business with a fully equipped manufacturing facility, a national service organization and an appealing concept, the open set.  Kent brought the best minds of his time into his organization to do radio design, factory operation, marketing and product advertising.  His radios were of very high quality and reliability with strong customer appeal to the middle class. Kent's customers often bought another Atwater Kent radio to replace an earlier one that lacked the newer features.  During the 1930s Kent brought out a new cycle of about 15 radios each year. His business was based on moderately priced consoles with an emphasis on high-quality table models.  In 1936 Kent closed the factory and moved to California where he spent his retirement until his illness and death in 1949. He is interred in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. The AK factory did not assign model numbers to the earliest radios. The first radio to have a factory-assigned model number was the XV (15 in Roman numerals), of which no examples are known. The second was the Model 8, which appears in advertising but no examples have been found. The next was the Model 5, then the models 9, 10, and 12. These are the only factory-assigned numbers below 20 (plus the 19 which was an after-thought). Earlier sets used catalog numbers, the first four being 3925, 3945, 3955, and 3975 which have been called the models 1 through 4 in modern literature.


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Original Delaware and Chester Landowners Association Private Property Trespassing Forbidden Under Penalty of the Act of April 14, 1905 P.L. 169 as amended.


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Close Up View of A. Atwater Kent Autograph on the Private Property Trespassing Forbidden Notice. Regular Price - $ 1800.00 / Sale Price - $ 795.00.


JOHN WANAMAKER AUTOGRAPHED LETTER

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John Wanamaker was born July 11, 1838 – died December 12, 1922.  Wanamaker was a United States merchant, religious leader, civic and political figure, considered the father of modern advertising. Wanamaker was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. John Wanamaker opened his first New York store in New York City in 1896, continuing a mercantile business originally started by A. T. Stewart, and continued to expand his business abroad with the European Houses of Wanamaker in London and Paris. A larger store in Philadelphia was then designed by famous Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham, and the 12-story granite "Wanamaker Building" was completed in 1910 on the site of "The Grand Depot", encompassing an entire block at the corner of Thirteenth and Market Streets across from Philadelphia's City Hall. The new store, which still stands today, was dedicated by US President William Howard Taft, and houses the world's largest still operating pipe organ, the Wanamaker Grand Court Organ, and the 2,500-pound bronze "Wanamaker Eagle" in the store's Grand Court, which became a famous meeting place for Philadelphians simply saying, "Meet me at the Eagle." The Wanamaker building and the Grand Court became a Philadelphia institution. Wanamaker was an innovator, creative in his work, and a merchandising and advertising genius, though modest and with an enduring reputation for honesty. He gave his employees free medical care, education, recreational facilities, pensions and profit-sharing plans before such benefits were considered standard. Labor activists, however, knew him as a fierce opponent of unionization. During an 1887 organizing drive by the Knights of Labor, Wanamaker simply fired the first twelve union members who were discovered by his detectives. In 1889 Wanamaker began the First Penny Savings Bank in order to encourage thrift. That same year he was appointed United States Postmaster General by President Benjamin Harrison. Wanamaker was credited by his friends with introducing the first commemorative stamp, and many efficiencies to the Postal Service. He was the first to make plans for free rural postal service in the United States, although the plan was not implemented until 1897. However, Wanamaker's tenure at the Post Office was riddled with scandal, including the firing of some 30,000 postal workers during his four-year term, which caused severe confusion and inefficiency. In 1890 he commissioned a series of stamps that were derided in the national media as the poorest quality stamps ever issued, both for printing quality and materials. Then, when his department store ordered advance copies of the newly translated novel The Kreutzer Sonata by Leo Tolstoy, the deadline had been missed and only the regular discount was offered. Wanamaker retaliated by banning the book from the US Mail on grounds of obscenity. This earned him ridicule in many major U.S. newspapers. In 1891 he ordered changes in the uniforms of letter carriers, and was then accused of arranging for all the uniforms to be ordered from a single firm in Baltimore, to which Wanamaker was believed to have financial ties. During World War I, Wanamaker publicly proposed that the United States buy Belgium from Germany for the sum of one-hundred billion dollars, as an alternative to the continuing carnage of the war.


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Original John Wanamaker autographed letter, typed on John Wanamaker, Philadelphia Private Office Letterhead. Typed on Letter: February 17th, 1894. Mr. Ferdinand L. French, 1019 and 1021 Market Street Dear Sir: Answering your note: I can see no reason now to interfere with my coming to the Mission on the second Sunday night of March, but of course something might occur at Bethany that would require me there. I shall endeavor, however, to come on that evening. You are very king to refer to the picture. I had just received that day a few of the first large pictures I ever had, and I determined to give them to the best friends I have, which are at Bethany, though it required a great deal of nerve to do what I had never done before in my life; make such a public distribution of my pictures. I have none at all on hand at present, except cabinet size, one of which I would be glad to give you, if you care to have it. Very truly yours, John Wanamaker. Regular Price - $ 275.00 / Sale Price - $ 195.00.


WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON AUTOGRAPH

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William Lloyd Garrison was born December 12, 1805 – died May 24, 1879.  Garrison was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts and was a prominent United States abolitionist, journalist, and social reformer. He is best known as the editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, and as one of the founders of the American Anti-Slavery Society.  By 1828, Garrison had rejected the programs of the American Colonization Society. In 1831, Garrison returned to New England and founded a weekly anti-slavery newspaper of his own, The Liberator. After the abolition of slavery in the United States, Garrison continued working on other reform movements, especially temperance and women's suffrage.  He ended the run of The Liberator at the end of 1865, and in May 1865, announced that he would resign the Presidency of the American Anti-Slavery Society and proposed a resolution to declare victory in the struggle against slavery and dissolve the Society.  He withdrew completely from the AAS, which continued to operate for five more years, until the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.  During the 1870s, he made several speaking tours, contributed columns on Reconstruction and civil rights for the The Independent and the Boston Journal, took a position as associate editor and frequent contributor with the Woman's Journal, and participated in the American Woman Suffrage Association with his old allies Abby Kelley and Lucy Stone. While working with the AWSA in 1873, he finally healed his long estrangements from Frederick Douglass and Wendell Phillips, affectionately reuniting with them on the platform at an AWSA rally organized by Kelly and Stone on the one hundredth anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. When Charles Sumner died in 1874, some Republicans suggested Garrison as a possible successor to his Senate seat; Garrison declined on grounds of his moral opposition to taking government office.


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Original William Lloyd Garrison Autograph, Signed on Cut Paper. The autograph is mounted on card stock under a photo of William Lloyd Garrison. Regular Price - $ 250.00 / Sale Price - $ 195.00.


WILLIAM LLYOD GARRISON AUTOGRAPH

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William Lloyd Garrison was born December 12, 1805 – died May 24, 1879.  Garrison was a prominent United States abolitionist, journalist, and social reformer. He is best known as the editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, and as one of the founders of the American Anti-Slavery Society. In 1832, Garrison founded the New-England Anti-Slavery Society. The next year, he co-founded the American Anti-Slavery Society. That same year, 1833, Garrison also visited the United Kingdom and assisted in the anti-slavery movement there.


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Original William Llyod Garrison Autograph, Signed on Lined Cut Paper (has been glued to card Stock). Dated: Boston, Dec. 31, 1872. Regular Price - $ 1495.00 / Sale Price - 1295.00.


HARRY WALD CAESARS PALACE LETTER

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Harry Wald, a former president of Caesars Palace, a casino-resort on the Las Vegas strip, who also served several years as president of the Nevada Resort Association. Mr. Wald, who served in the Army during World War II and was named brigadier general of the Nevada Army National Guard by Governor Mike O'Callaghan in 1973, later attained the rank of major general. Born in Germany, Mr. Wald fled to the United States to escape Nazi persecution at the age of 14. He came to Las Vegas in the 1960's after meeting Jay Sarno, the developer of Caesars, in San Francisco. He began as project manager and eventually took over as president of the resort, turning it into one of the most successful in the industry. Mr. Wald brought a string of sports events to the resort, including major tennis tournaments, automobile races and championship boxing matches. Born Hans Eichenwald on May 19, 1924, in Rhein, Westfalen, Germany, Mr. Wald and his sister, Hannah, fled their homeland in 1938 with the help of the United Jewish Charities. Their brother, Fritz, and their parents, Hugo and Fanny, died in the Auschwitz death camp in Poland. Mr. Wald grew up in Detroit, then joined the Army, serving in the counterintelligence division in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany during World War II. After leaving Caesars Palace in 1984, he took over as president of MGM Grand Hotels International, the owner of the former MGM Grand, which became Bally's.


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Close up view of Harry Wald signature. Price - $ 48.00.


FRANK ABAGNALE AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Frank William Abagnale, Jr. was born April 27, 1948.  Abagnale is an American former check confidence trickster, forger and impostor who, for five years in the 1960s, passed bad checks worth about $2.5 million in 26 countries. During this time, he used at least eight aliases to cash bad checks. Currently he runs Abagnale and Associates, a financial fraud consultancy company. His life story provided the inspiration for the feature film Catch Me if You Can, based on his ghostwritten biography of the same name. Wonderful Frank Abagnale Autographed Black & White 8 x 10 photograph. Regular Price - $ 120.00 / Sale Price - $ 78.00.


DAVID THOMAS AUTOGRAPHED TYPED LETTER

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David "Dave" Thomas was born July 2, 1932 – died January 8, 2002.   Dave Thomas was an American restaurant owner and philanthropist. Thomas was the founder and chief executive officer of Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers, a fast-food restaurant chain specializing in hamburgers. He is also known for appearing in more than 800 commercial advertisements for the chain from 1989 to 2002–more than any other person in television history. Original Dave Thomas Autographed Typed Letter. Approx. size 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Regular Price - $ 65.00 / Sale Price - $ 39.95.


MARTHA STEWART AUTOGRAPH

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Martha Helen Stewart was born August 3, 1941. Martha Stewart is an American business magnate, television host, author, and magazine publisher. As founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, she has gained success through a variety of business ventures, encompassing publishing, broadcasting, and merchandising. Stewart's syndicated talk show, Martha, is broadcast throughout the world, she has written numerous bestselling books, and she is the publisher of Martha Stewart Living magazine. In 2004, Stewart was convicted of charges related to the ImClone insider trading affair. Original Martha Stewart Autograph, signed on a 3 x 4 inch index card. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 54.00.


LARRY FLYNT AUTOGRAPH

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Larry Claxton Flynt, Jr. was born November 1, 1942. Flint is an American publisher and the president of Larry Flynt Publications (LFP). In 2003, Arena magazine listed him as the number one on the "50 Powerful People in Porn" list. Larry Flynt Publications mainly produces sexually graphic videos and magazines, most notably Hustler. Flynt has fought several prominent legal battles involving the First Amendment, and has unsuccessfully run for public office. He is paralyzed from the waist down due to injuries sustained in a 1978 assassination attempt. Original Larry Flynt Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Regular Price - $ 175.00 / Sale Price - $ 98.99.