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Price Realized: $375 With Buyer's Premium Show Hammer Price
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Sale 2433 Lot 218
OAKLEY, VIOLET. Small archive of designs and 1 Autograph Letter Signed. Various sizes, good condition. Mostly New Jersey, 1920s-40s
Estimate $350 - 500
2 childhood photographs of Violet as baby and another with her older sister who died at the age of 6, description in contemporary hand on versos * Envelope to her cousins Emilie and Victoria containing an ALS, 15 December 1939, discussing religion and enclosing both a signed copy of her printed "Credo" and her booklet "Christ at Geneva" which contains an image of a panel from her mural painting " The Council of the League of Nations" * Ink drawing "The Holly Branch of the Mediterranean Shop of Chestnut Hill Philadelphia / 104 Mountain Way, Rutherford, New Jersey" 5 1/2x8 inches, image, on large folded folio sheet * Ink drawing: "Holly Cottage 104 Mountain Way" 22x15 inches, on folded sheet * Printed portrait of Italian Soprano Amelita Galli-Curci (foxed) * Jane Addams Calendar, 1943, with a cover image of Addams by Oakley. Published by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Philadelphia.Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $375