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CAMPBELL, Sir Malcolm (1885-1948), Donald (1921-1967), and Gina (born 1946)
[Sir Malcolm and Donald Campbell Photographic Archive and Long-Play Record, including] World Water Speed Record 1956: Donald Campbell's Southward Run on Coniston Water [and] See Sir Malcolm Campbell Breaking the World's Water Speed Record Using Castrol Motor Oil [Flick Book]
London: His Master's Voice, 1937, 1956, and 1984. [Land and Water Speed Records] ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS, SIGNATURES, FLICK BOOK, NEWSPAPER, AND LONG-PLAY RECORD, LEO VILLA ASSOCIATION. Two ink signatures by Malcolm Campbell on separate scraps of paper, one with a small newspaper photograph cut out and laid on, dated 22/07/1935. One framed black and white photograph showing Donald Campbell with his CBE next to Leo Villa outside Buckingham Palace in January 1957. Six loose official black and white photographic prints showing Donald, Malcolm, and Leo, including some shots of Bluebird cars, all with official stamps. Nine further associated black and white photographs, lacking captions or stamps. Four black and white photographic 'Bluebird' postcards, all blank. One promotional flick-book celebrating Sir Malcolm Campbell's water speed record of 1937; publisher's card covers, stapled twice. One section from 'The Daily Express', Tuesday March 20, 1984, pp.13-20, including the article 'Campbell's daughter takes up the big challenge,' describing Gina's Campbell's participation in the Round Britain Powerboat Race of that year. One long-play record (33 1/3 rpm) titled 'World Water Speed Record 1956: Donald Campbell's Southward Run on Coniston Water,' with the original brown card slip. Photographs contained within a yellow envelope addressed in blue ink to Mrs. J. Villa at her home in Surrey, with a postmark of 16th August 1967. Newspaper folded twice, with rubbing, some tears and heavy browning. Photographs, postcards and signature scraps all lightly handled. Flick-book fine. Record … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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