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1 Curtis, George William Autograph Letter Signed - George William Curtis
1874 No Binding Collectible-Very Good Book 
Handwritten letter dated January 19, 1874. Front and back of 3 3/4 x 6 1/4 inch paper. George William Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer, editor and lecturer. He was a member of the Brook Farm Community (1842-1843). He was named editor of "Harper's Weekly" in 1863, although most of the day to day work was done by managing editors. In this letter to a Mr. Morford, Curtis returns some articles that the Editor of Harper's Monthly "regrets that he is unable to use". 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Curtis, George William Autograph Letter Signed - George William Curtis
1882 No Binding Fine Book Signed by Author(s)
Handwritten letter dated June 9, 1882. George William Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer, editor and lecturer. He was a member of the Brook Farm Community (1842-1843). He was named editor of "Harper's Weekly" in 1863, although most of the day to day work was done by managing editors. In this letter to a Dr. Ingram, Curtis thanks him for his suggested amendments and says he will give them prompt attention. On West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York stationery. One page. Dated June 9, 1882. In black ink. Signed in full/4 1/2 x 7 inches. 
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3 Curtis, George William From the Easy Chair; Other Essays from the Easy Chair; From the Easy Chair, Third Series
New York, New York Harper and Brothers First Edition Hardcover Collectible-Very Good Book 
3 volumes; publisher's green cloth binding (3 1/2 x 6 inch). I: [1892] 231 pages; frontis; [4] pages ads in back. II: [1893] 229 pages; frontis; [2] pages ads in the back. III: [1894] 232 pages; frontis; [4] pages ads in back. See - Blanck - Bibliography of American Literature #4391, #4398, & #4400. George Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer and public speaker. He is noted for his role in reforming education (New York) and the federal civil service. He wrote for Putnam's and Harper's Weekly. Later he wrote the column 'Easy Chair' which has social and literary interest essays published in these three volumes. Very good clean copy. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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4 Curtis, George William Orations and Addresses of George William Curtis. Edited By Charles Eliot Norton.
New York, New York Harper & Brothers Publishers 1894 First Edition Hardcover Collectible-Very Good Book 
Three volume set; light red cloth binding. I: vii, 498 pages; index. II: vii, 527 pages; index. III: vi, 407 pages; index; errata slip. Minor wear to the spine. George Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer and public speaker from New England. He was involved in editing Putnam's Magazine and later Harper's Weekly, helped found the Republican Party in 1856 and under U.S. Grant chaired the commission to reform the civil service. A very good clean set of this public speaker who had a great deal of influence in American public affairs. 
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5 Curtis, George William Prue and I
New York Dix, Edwards & Co. 1856 1st Edition Hardcover Collectible-Very Good Book 
BAL 4270, State "A" of binding. Publisher's cloth binding, moderate rubbing. 214 pages. George William Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer and public speaker, especially known for his involvement in Republican politics and his work on reform of the civil service. This volume is a collection of humorous and sentimental essays about domestic life. 
Price: 47.50 USD
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6 Curtis, George William The Howadji in Syria
New York, New York Harper & Brothers, Publishers 1852 First Edition Hardcover Collectible-Good Book 
304 pages; 8 pages ads; purple cloth binding with gilt lettering and design on the front cover. Fading to the spine and cover, repaired along the spine edges and covers. George W. Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer and public speaker. He sat in the "'Easy Chair" at Harper's Weekly having great influence during and after the Civil War, especially the reforming of the Civil Service. This volume is a collection of his writings on the Middle East, broken down into 'The Desert'; 'Jerusalem', and 'Damascus'. Good clean copy. 
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7 Curtis, George William Washington Irving, A Sketch.
New York, New York The Grolier Club. 1891 First Edition Hardcover Collectible-Fine Book 
344 copies printed by The De Vinne Press. 115 pages; engravings; full publisher's red leather binding with gilt lettering; slip-case (slightly worn). Biography of Washington Irving by Curtis for the Grolier Club. Blanck - Bibliography of American Literature #4390. Fine clean copy. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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8 Curtis, George William Wendell Phillips
New York John B. Alden 1884 Soft cover Collectible-Very Good Book 
The Elzevir Library : Vol. III No. 135. Published April 17, 1884. String bound, paper covered magazine with black lettering on cover, some foxing. Dimensions 4 x 6 inches. 35 pages. The Elzevir Library Magazine was published in order to provide a "literary gem, a characteristic specimen of the best work of the author who is represented" to people who could not afford books. A list of the magazines other issues is provided on the inside front and back cover. Testimonials are printed on the back cover. This issue contains a reprint from the New York Tribune of a eulogy of Wendell Phillips by George William Curtis. Wendell Phillips (1811-1884) was a talented orator who used his gifts to further the causes of abolitionism, women's rights and the rights of Native Americans. George William Curtis (1824-1892) was a writer and public speaker, prominent in Republican politics and the civil service reform movement. 
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