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Beatrix Potter - English Author - Signed Receipt in Framed Showpiece Display
Helen Beatrix Potter (July 28 1866 ? December 22, 1943), English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her imaginative children's books, featuring animals such as those in 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit,' which celebrated the British landscape and country life, authentic, autographed receipt Signed ?H.B. Heelis,? 4.25 x 2.5 inches. Hawkshead, March 1, 1928. Filled out by Helen Beatrix Potter Heelis. Lightly stamped on top ?Hawkshead and District Nursing Association.? Ornate border at left. Canon Thomas Henry Irving was Vicar at St. Michael and All Angels in Hawkshead from 1909-1927. After the Influenza Epidemic of 1918, Irving concluded that there was a need for a trained nurse and was prepared to support the necessary fundraising. The District Nursing Association approved the Hawkshead District Nurse Association application in October 1919. The minimum subscription was set at 2 shillings 6 pence. Non-subscribers would pay 6 pence per ?Queen?s Nurse? visit. Helen Beatrix Potter Heelis, who had married William Heelis in 1913, was elected Treasurer of the local committee. She later served as Honorary Treasurer and acting Secretary of the Hawkshead and District Nursing Association. The receipt is housed in a custom double matte, with a printed photograph of the 1890 book 'A Happy Pair,' the first to ever publication to feature Potter's illustrations. Complete with an archival, museum quality frame for a finished size of 12 x 18 inches. In very good condition. JG Autographs
Lydia Marie Child - American Abolitionist - Carte-de-visite & Signature
Lydia Maria Francis Child (February 11, 1802 - October 20, 1880), American abolitionist and women's rights activist, Carte-de-visite and signature. As a writer, Child communicated her beliefs to a broad audience, garnering recognition for her sometimes shocking take on taboo topics, such as male dominance and white supremacy. She was a strong opponent of American expansionism, a supporter of Indian rights and was an adversary for the anti-slavery movement. Two items: vintage Carte-de-visite of Child reading a book, measuring approximate 2.5 x 4 and bearing the identifying imprint on verso, "John A. Whipple, 297 Washington Street, Boston"; and a signature cut from a longer letter, measuring approximately 4.75 x 1.5: "With true love for you all, your affectionate old friend, L. Maria Child." Items in overall fine condition, with some light toning to the photograph and trimmed edges to the signature. JG Autographs
Wanted Notice - "Amos H. Everman" - Fingerprints - $100 Reward - 1945, MI
Original vintage Wanted Notice featuring a full copied set of fingerprints belonging to "Amos H. Everman / No. 59978-J / State Prison of Southern Michigan, Jackson Michigan / Walked away fro. Pro. Asign. (Root Farm) Early A.M. 7-9-45 / $100 Reward." From the collection of Police Chief Michael Webb (1950-2009). Webb joined the Vinita Park, Missouri police force in 1974 and served until his death in 2009, during which time he purchased crime artifacts from relatives of criminals and law officers. Boasting more than 8,000 wanted posters, pieces of Webb_Ñés collection have been featured in film and displayed at the National Crime and Punishment Museum in Washington. Measuring approximately 8 x 8.5, poster exhibits the expected age wear with light toning and minor signs of wear and handling. JG Autographs
Early 20th Century Mug Shots - Vintage Photography, "Charles Pearce"
Early 20th century vintage silver print mug shots. The use of photography in the justice system became prevalent later in the 19th century, as they felt the documentation of physical traits could help predict criminal tendencies. Alphonse Bertillion, a clerk in the Parisian police department developed the mug shot, a format which features a frontal and profile image of the subject. Coupled with a system of identifying facial measurements, this tracking system was adopted by the Chicago Police Department in 1894. Pencil notation on verso reads: "492 Pearce, Charles." From the collection of Police Chief Michael Webb (1950-2009). Webb joined the Vinita Park, Missouri police force in 1974 and served until his death in 2009, during which time he purchased crime artifacts from relatives of criminals and law officers. Boasting more than 8,000 wanted posters, pieces of Webb_Ñés collection have been featured in film and displayed at the National Crime and Punishment Museum in Washington. Measuring approximately 3 x 4.5, this photograph is in very good condition, with light surface marks and bends. JG Autographs
Police Booking Sheet - 1938, Missouri Penitentiary w/ Mugshots & Fingerprints
Original 1938 Police Booking Sheet for a prisoner who was received at Missouri State Penitentiary on April 21, 1938 for "Larceny of a Motor Car." Prisoner's signature appears on verso. Fingerprints and mug shots are featured along with convict's personal information. From the collection of Police Chief Michael Webb (1950-2009). Webb joined the Vinita Park, Missouri police force in 1974 and served until his death in 2009, during which time he purchased crime artifacts from relatives of criminals and law officers. Boasting more than 8,000 wanted posters, pieces of Webb_Ñés collection have been featured in film and displayed at the National Crime and Punishment Museum in Washington. Measuring approximately 7.5 x 8, this sheet is in very good condition, with the expected age wear and a section of the bottom edge removed. JG Autographs
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