Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo. Richard E. BYRD.
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo
Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo

Richard E. Byrd 4 items; 2 signatures, “Little America” 1935 posted envelope only and B&W photo

Date Published: [1935]
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding

4 items:

1) Signed cheque, R.E Byrd, to New England Tel., for $49.26, vg.

2) Autopen signature clipped salutation, Richard Byrd, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Honorary Chairman. From a UN letterhead requesting donations for people fleeing the "iron curtain" from 1952

3) Canceled envelope (no letter) postmarked from Antarctica Expedition Little America 1935

4) B&W 8” x 10” photo of Bryd (no date)

Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd (1888-1957) was an American aviator and explorer, first to fly over the South Pole and established the base "Little America".
Very Good. Item #2726

$50.00 USD
$62.48 CAD

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