Klabund (d. i. Alfred Henschke), German writer (1890-1928). Collection of 3 autograph poems, 2 autograph letters, 1 autogr. postcard, 1 telegram draft, and 1 autogr. note, all signed.

Various places, 1914 to 1925.

Various formats. Altogether 8pp. With one autogr. envelope.


Comprises: I: "Der Dichter". Autogr. poem (8 lines) signed ("Alfred Henschke"). N. p. o. d. Oblong 4to. 1 p. In ink.

II: "Mädchen und Madonna". Autogr. poem (12 lines) signed ("Klabund"). Berlin, n. d. 4to. 1 p. Signature crossed out twice and repeated below. In pen.

III: Autogr. poem (6 Zeilen) signed ("Klabund"). Breslau, 7. IX. 1925. Large 4to. ¾ p. In pen.

IV: Autogr. letter signed ("Klabund"). Breslau, "Pension Quisana | Heiliggeiststr. 20", n. d. 4to. ¾ p. To an unnamed addressee, stating his willingness to participate in a newspaper project. In copying pencil.

V: Autogr. letter signed ("Klabund"). Munich, 29. IV. n. J. 8vo. 1 p. To one Dr. Ullrich, by sending some articles. In pen; somewhat spotty; left edge with punched holes (not touching text).

VI: Autogr. postcard signed ("Alfred Henschke | Klabund"). [Berlin], 17. I. 1925 [postage stamp: 20. 1. 1925]. Oblong 8vo. 1 p. To one Hans Fischer, on the mistaken identity of a man named Eduard Tolle, who, in fact, had never been in his service. In pencil.

VII: Autogr. telegram draft signed ("Klabund"). N. p., c. 1920. Oblong 8vo. 1 p. To his friend, Moritz Lederer.

VIII: Autogr. note signed. Apparently Munich, 17. VIII. 1914. Large 8vo. ½ p. Gr.-8vo.

Partly with insignificant traces of time.

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