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    Stanford White - Nissequougue Trout Club (New York)
    A $100 bond litho in green and black and signed as President by Stanford White, the well known architect. White was a prolific designer of furniture, interiors, jewelry and even magazine covers. In New York City he designed the first Madison Square Garden, the Washington Arch and the Metropolitan Club. A bon vivant (and some would say rogue) his relationship with Evelyn Nesbit, who subsequently married Harry K. Thaw, fueled Thaw's jealousy of White's eminence and panache. Thaw shot white to death on the rooftop of Madison Square Garden in 1906, in one of the celebrity scandals of the era. This is a very scarce bond signed by a talented architect who met a tragic end. There is a light pen cancellation in red ink through the Stanford White signature. Very Fine.

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    May, 2003
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
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