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MANAGERS NAMED ON POSTCARDS,
POSTAL CARDS & AD CARDS
We searched over 100,000 paper collectibles & found that mentions
of these obviously important people were surprisingly infrequent.
What we found is below, in alphabetical order by last name.
GEORGE F. ADAMS. "THE FIRST NAVAL CONFLICT BETWEEN IRON CLAD VESSELS IN HAMPTON ROADS, MARCH 9th 1862 / IN SIGHT OF HOTEL CHAMBERLIN, GEO. F. ADAMS. Mgr. FORTRESS MONROE, VA." unevenly divided back postcard with very late usage at Northwest Virginia, tiny bottom corner crease, other corners rounded with wear, separation unevenness along the bottom edge best viewed from the back. The 2 flags in this view are hand-colored & there is a small spot in the front center sky. $2.00 cv(h)m
CATHERINE A. BAMMAN. "THE / CONCERT HALL / of the / BARBIZON - / PLAZA / 101 West 58th Street / New York / ... / Catharine A. Bamman / Manager" private mailing card with printed message from pianist Walter Gieseking (known for his renditions of Debussy, Tchaikovsky & Rachmaninoff); incorrectly associated with the Nazis for many years resulting in a blacklisting) with his note added in hand 'Don't forget rehearsals Fri at 2:30 / Bring pictures'. Addressed to Miss Ruth Hall & Co. at 171 E. 73 St in N.Y.C. & mailed October 12 1932. A few speckles of cancel ink at the upper front; a few small spots of light toning on back. It has long been home to many celebrities such Anais Nin, Frida Kahlo de Rivera, Lucky Luciano, & more recently (when it became the Trump Parc) to O. J. Simpson, LaToya Jackson & Morton Downey Jr. To name a few. $19.00 n(n)mmi(h)
"A Corner in the Library - Cincinnati Conservatory of Music , Miss Clara Baur, Directress" unused postcard made in Germany, numbered 62 on its divided back, very light album toning. In the prestigious Bowden Collection. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(c)mmil
"CINCINNATI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, / CINCINNATI, OHIO" post card published by the Cincinnati News Company, made in the USA, former owners violet handstamp on back. Not in the Bowden Collection. SALE IN PROGRESS o(c)mm
"Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Miss Clara Baur, Directress. Highland Avenue, Burnet / Avenue and Oak Street" unused post card made in Germany, numbered 63 on its divided back, very light album toning both sides. Not in the Bowden Collection. $10.00 o(c)mm
"Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O." hand-colored postcard published by the Norwood Souvenir Company, mailed DEC 14 1911 to Mr. A. E. Karg in Findlay Ohio, traces of cancel ink in the front sky, light toning both sides. Student Inez wrote in part: '...Recital tonight, tomorrow night + Frid. night. Am not going tonight. It is sight-singing class.' Not in the Bowden Collection. $12.00 o(c)mm
"Cincinnati (Ohio). -- View from Highland Avenue Entrance / Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Miss Clara Bauer, Directress." post card with undivided back mailed SEP 24 1905 at Cincinnati to Gordon J. Reed in Middletown Ohio (where it was received the same day!), light album toning at the corners. Student Lula S. McClellan writes: 'This is a beautiful place. I have a splendid teacher but am so homesick. I am coming home..." Not in the Bowden Collection. $12.00 o(c)mm
"CLARA BAUR CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, AVONDALE, CINCINNATI / Copyrighted by Kraemer Art Co., Cincinnati, O." postcard numbered 645 on its unevenly divided back, mailed at Cincinnati JUL 13 1907 to Miss Mamie Clann in New Orleans Louisiana, mild corner & edge wear, extensive but light toning on back. In the Bowden Collection. $8.50 o(c)mmk
"Clara Baur Memorial Fountain and Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio." Kraemer art postcard mailed July 29 1924 from Cincinnati to Mrs. Clarence Noble in Burlington Wisconsin, minor corner wear, light toning on back includes a water stain along the left top edge that cannot be detected from the front. In the Bowden Collection. $8.50 o(c)mmk
"Driveway from Highland Avenue - Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, / Miss Clara Baur, Directress" unused postcard made in Germany, numbered 67 on its divided back, very light album toning both sides. Not in the Bowden Collection. $10.00 o(c)mm
"Main Hall and Stairway - Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Miss Clara Baur, Directress" unused postcard made in Germany, numbered 59 on its divided back, very light album toning. Not in the Bowden Collection when we checked. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(c)mmi
"Main Hall Looking into Piano Studio - Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Miss Clara Baur, Directress" unused post card made in Germany, numbered 60 on its divided back, very light album toning both sides, trace of wear at its upper corners. Not in the Bowden Collection. $9.50 o(c)mmi
"West Entrance to Grounds Highland Avenue / Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, / Miss Clara Baur, Directress." unused postcard made in Germany, numbered 57 on its divided back, very light album toning both sides. Not in the Bowden Collection. $10.00 o(c)mm
PAIGE BELLICAN. "BELLEMONT MOTOR HOTEL / AND RESTAURANT / ...Natchez Mississippi" showing its swimming pool when Karl R. Ewald Jr. & Arthur C. Lewis Jr. were the co-owners, & when Paige Bellican was the hotel manager; unused chrome postcard, trivial edge wear but otherwise fairly fresh. A rare example of a female manager being mentioned. $1.50 m(s)sm
H. E. BOWERS & SAM P. BLAGDEN. "2-M-11-90 / North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. / No. 54 William Street / New York, 13 JUL 1894 ..." government postal card with form over the handstamp of H. E. Bowers (successor to Sam P. Bladgen as Manager there), stating that agent H. Lyman in Westfield Massachusetts had an account current through June, handstamped signature of J. N. F. Levick. A little cancel ink & light toning on the front; back is fine. The address was in the Financial district of Manhattan. $4.00 in(m)g(b)g(l)m
MAURICE BROOME. "KING'S ARMS TAVERN EDENTON, N. C. / 120872" when Maurice Broome was the manager, white-border era postcard with corrected caption & tiny corner crease, lightly toned back. Shown. $3.75 nge. Same, but mild corner wear & lightly toned back. $3.75 ngem
GEORGIA K. CLARK. "EMERSON APARTMENTS / 305 - 5th Street, South" in Saint Petersburg Florida, showing its exterior in black & white, with 4 autos parked outside; postcard mailed there 1950, when the resident manager was Georgia K. Clark; corner crease, some cancel ink on front. Caption taken from the back; front caption is an uninformative "48516". Another hard-to-find mention of a female manager. $3.25 f(s)gm*
B. C. COCKRELL. "Veterans Administration / Domiciliary Form 5515 / ... / DISCHARGE / Facility Dayton, Ohio / Date Admitted Oct. 18, 1943 / Joseph Burgoon / is hereby discharged from this Facility. Reason for discharge / Maximum hospital benefit 1/24/44 / B. C. Cockrell / Manager / CLINICAL DIRECTOR" in Dayton Ohio; card on brown stock, size of a regular postcard but blank back. A sad piece of social history & the only example of its kind we could find when we searched the Internet. $5.00 o(d)g(b)g(c)sim
GEOFFREY GREGORY (author). "Simplify Management Problems with Accessible Mathematics / MATHEMATIC METHODS IN MANAGEMENT" unused business reply card from a December 1984 Wiley & Sons advertising campaign, excellent condtion. $1.00 mm
FORD. "HENRY FORD" as he looked 1910 - 1912,
then a wealthy & well connected man who
was not yet rich enough to buy & sell companies, and not yet a household
name (which would have warranted a printing available to the public). High-quality autographed real photo postcard, probably a private favor
to an important investor or new dealership owner who believed in his future.
No caption, no photographer
C. W. HOLDEN. "St. Clair Inn, St. Clair, Mich., C. W. Holden, Manager" including their large swimming pool, sepia-tone, unused post card, made in USA. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 m(s)m
ROY KNABENSHUE. "2 Aviator Bonny and His Manager" unused sepia-tone postcard with divided back & good edges. In full, the correctly spelled name of the aviator was Warden Leonard Bonney, but the last name is sometimes seen misspelled Bonnie or Bonny as we have it here. Bonny flew on the Wright Exhibition Team from 1910 to 1911, when Roy Knabenshue was the team manager. Chicago Illinois is the probable location. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. a(p)i(c)m
F. W. MARRIOTT. "SUN APARTMENTS / Clearwater Beach, Fla." showing its exterior, chrome postcard with round corners as issued, writing in stamp box, minor wear at 1 corner. When F. W. Marriott was the owner / manager. $1.00 f(c)m
BILLY PARKER. "NX62E / Billy Parker" flying a 1912 Model Curtis Pusher, with an ad on back for Phillips 66 aviation gasoline, unused postcard, light toning near the stamp box & the left front border, otherwise fairly fresh. Mr. Parker was long-time manager of Aviation Sales at Phillips Petroleum Company from 1927 on. The "pusher" shown was his own successful design which first conquered the altitudes of his native Colorado, and later was demonstrated for Phillips publicity purposes. $8.50 a(p)onm
W. S. PORTER. "W. S. Porter" with caption taken from the name prominent on the ship's bow, sepia-tone Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard, good focus & composition, writing all over back supplies pertinent information, lightly toned back, slight oxidation. The company carried oil from the Kern River fields to San Francisco where it would be marketed. The ship, registered in 1906 to the Associated Oil Company, was named after the company's General Manager who first sold the idea. SALE IN PROGRESS s(a)oc(k)gm
JAMES PRICE. "MILLBURN INN / 5 Old Short Hills Road, Millburn, N. J." showing its exterior with signage, unused chrome post card, 2 small spots of light toning on back. When James Price was the owner-manager. $1.25 ngm
W. I. RANKIN. "POINTS OF INDUSTRIAL INTEREST WITHIN THE VICINITY OF TERRITORY / SERVED BY PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY." picturing 2 trains & its company logo at the top over a message from the Charlotte North Carolina Chamber of Commerce; unused postcard, small corner crease not into image, mild edge wear. Mentions W. I. Rankin as Vice President and Traffic Manager. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original area) & enhanced 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 nrgm*
JOHN H. SCHEIBLY. "SHERATON-GIBSON HOTEL / Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 / John H. Scheibly - General Manager / KON-TIKI RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE" postcard dated June 13-15 1974 by a convention guest there, minor edge wear. $1.50 oiim
A. D. WILDMAN. "WILDE'S / Growing Trade / ... / James Wilde, Jr., & CO. / THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIERS, / Corner Fourth and Vine Streets, / A. D. WILDMAN, Manager. CINCINNATI." art depicting a boy on an improbable hi-wheeler bicycle with egg-shaped wheels, circa-1881 advertising card for discount clothes, paste stain over much of back does not obscure text, parts of which we quote here. This merchant exhibited at the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition of 1881, which is how we dated it. SALE IN PROGRESS abbo(c)m
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"A BOOK OF FIVE RINGS" by Miyamoto Musashi, tenth printing by The Overlook Press, hardbound with dust jacket. The classic guide to strategy, written in 1645 by a Samurai, it guides Japanese management to this day. $13.00 m
November 1980 "Camera 35" Magazine. Articles on photographing sunsets, Eve Arnold's China photography, studio manager Pete Turner interview, cityscapes by Carol Halebian & much more. Cover tear. $1.00
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