But the thing I love the most is that they always mail me pictures to autograph and letters to talk about their story.
It's nothing for someone to walk up to me in the store or at a restaurant and ask for an autograph or speak to me.
Most of all, Lewis is immensely moved by the young black people who approach him for his autograph.
Mother took me to see him in a department store,” she said years later, “and he asked for my autograph.
When people come to my signings, I autograph books for people who are blubbing so seriously I have to hold them in my arms.
A few days afterwards the Prince gave him his autograph, and also chose a dozen or so of his photograph (sic).
Pasted at the end is Coram's autograph letter, dated "June 10th, 1746."
They talk of affinities between the autograph and the character: what affinity was there here?
It proved to be an autograph from the Flying Dutchman to his wife.
He presented an autograph of the numbers composed to the Wrzburg Musikverein.
"to sign one's name," 1837, from autograph (n.). Related: Autographed; autographing. Earlier "to write with one's own hand" (1818).