Edward Teller

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Edward Teller

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Auction Date:2018 Jun 13 @ 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT)
Location:236 Commercial St., Suite 100, Boston, Massachusetts, 02109, United States
ALS - Autograph Letter Signed
ANS - Autograph Note Signed
AQS - Autograph Quotation Signed
AMQS - Autograph Musical Quotation Signed
DS - Document Signed
FDC - First Day Cover
Inscribed - “Personalized”
ISP - Inscribed Signed Photograph
LS - Letter Signed
SP - Signed Photograph
TLS - Typed Letter Signed
Four signed items: a first edition of Better a Shield Than a Sword, hardcover with dust jacket, signed and inscribed on the first free end page in blue ballpoint, “To Matthew…with best wishes, Edward Teller”; a first edition ‘review copy’ of Conversations on the Dark Secrets of Physics, hardcover with dust jacket, signed on the first free end page in blue ink, “Edward Teller,” with included press release and invoices noting that this particular copy was scheduled to go to Robert Silvers of the New York Review of Books; a glossy 8 x 10 photo of the brilliant nuclear physicist holding his glasses, signed in thin blue felt tip, “Edward Teller”; a dictated typed letter from Teller, signed by his secretary, one page, 8.5 x 11, Hoover Institution letterhead, April 3, 1989, in full: “Thank you for your letter of March 6. I agree with several of your criticisms. My overall impression of Day One was that the point of view held by the authors and the producers created considerable distortion as to the nature of the effort to build an atomic bomb. A non-profit organization, Accuracy in Media, also asked for my comments about the accuracy of the production, and I am enclosing a copy of my comments for your interest.” Included is a seven-page typed commentary, entitled “Comments on the Historical Presentation in the television production ‘Day One’ based on Peter Wyden’s book, Day One: Before Hiroshima and After,” signed at the top of the first page in black ink, “Edward Teller.” Includes an unsigned Hoover Institution business card belonging to Edward Teller. In overall fine condition.