The Spanish singer signs a letter in 1947 from her London studios. A
Typed letter signed: "Isabelita Alonso", in black ink, 1 page,
8x5. London, England, January 3, 1947. To "Dear Mr. Warren," in full,
"I have pleasure in sending you an autographed photograph and would like
to thank you for your appreciative letter [not included]. It is always
pleasant to hear from those who understand and enjoy my work. Yours
sincerely". Isabelita Alonso was a Spanish singer and performer who
was popular in London. In 1963 she collaborated with Karen James to
produce the album Children's Songs from Spain. Alonso was also
featured in motion picture shorts, as seen with The Amado Estudiantina
singing, "Alma Llamera." Her versatile voice led to roles in operas and
musicals. Creased down center. "Isa" of Isabelita illegible (beaded). Lightly
creased throughout. Staple holes at top edge.
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