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ARCHIVE LOT OF FOUR [4] FIRST DAY COVERS ALL SIGNED BY JOHN UPDIKE: HONORING LONGFELLOW, HORATIO ALGER, JACK LONDON AND THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

By: JOHN UPDIKE

Price: $355.99

Seller ID: 000570

Condition: Very Good+


SUPER COLLECTION OF FOUR [4] FIRST DAY COVERS; 1. POSTMARKED & STAMPED FEBRUARY 17, 1940. HENRY WADSWORTH LOGNFELLOW CACHET. 2. FIRST DAY COVER POSTMARKED & STAMPED SEPTEMBER 22, 1958. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 50TH ANNIVERSARY CACHET. 3. FIRST DAY COVER POSTMARKED & STAMPED APRIL 30, 1982. HORATIO ALGER CACHET. 4. FIRST DAY COVER. NOT DATED; UNSTAMPED. JACK LONDON CACHET. EACH ARE FINE SAVE FOR THE LONGFELLOW WHICH HAS SOME AGE-TONING AND AN INSCRIPTION DATED 1991 ON THE BACK. View more info

ORIGINAL STUDIO MASTER TAPE - UNCUT - DECEMBER 1978 JOHN UPDIKE INTERVIEWED BY DICK CAVETT

By: JOHN UPDIKE & DICK CAVETT

Price: $2,055.99

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 000465

Condition: Very Good


On offer is the unedited original studio tape of The Dick Cavett Show Dec. 1978. Superb piece of television and literary history. Cavett, intelligent and erudite, shines in this one-on-one with Updike who is also at his best. The chemistry between the two is everything in this 'intimate' conversation and Updike's answers to Cavett's questions are frequently referenced by students and chroniclers of the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner. In the original taping there was a technical glitch undiscovered by the cameraman for several minutes at the very start of the interview but corrected after a few... View more info

JOHN UPDIKE'S PERSONAL COPIES WITH OWNERSHIP SIGNATURE ON TWO [2] FINE UNCORRECTED PROOF COPIES: LIKE LIFE AND HOUSE

By: JOHN UPDIKE - TRACY KIDDER - LORRIE MOORE

Price: $985.99

Publisher: New York NY, Houghton Mifflin: 1984

Seller ID: 000502

Condition: Fine+


This auction is for two uncorrected proofs in original wrappers, Like Life, by Lorrie Moore, and House, by Tracy Kidder. Both are John Updike's copies, with his ownership signature to the front covers. Laid into the proof by Kidder, who like Updike is a Pulitzer winner, is a publicity photo (of Kidder) and a typed letter to Updike signed by an editor at Houghton Mifflin (subtly) requesting a blurb for Kidder's book. Both proofs are in fine condition. The Lorrie Moore proof is an especially interesting association, in that Updike later included a story from this collection in his anthology Best... View more info

SUNDAY IN BOSTON, SIGNED, LIMITED EDITION BROADSIDE

By: UPDIKE, JOHN

Price: $159.99

Publisher: 1975

Seller ID: 000456

Condition: Good+


Numbered 248 of 300, signed by the author, 14 x 11 inches, butter colored stock, wrapped in fragile tissue. Very good save for a shallow vertical crease. View more info