ALEC TEMPLETON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 06/05/1940 - HFSID 31455
Sale Price $90.00
ALEC TEMPLETON. ANS: " AT" on verso of picture post card. B/w, 5½x3½. Facsimile signature of the pianist on front. Postmarked Chicago, June 5, 1940. Addressed by Templeton to: "Corinne R. Manning, 220 19th St. N.W., Washington, D.C." In full: "Thanks so much/for your kind/note./Cordially". Welsh-born pianist and composer Alec Andrew Templeton (1909-1963) was best known for his work, Bach Goes to Town, and other parodies of the classics, although he also wrote serious compositions. A popular radio performer, Templeton also hosted a 1955 TV series, It's Alec Templeton Time, and he was also a frequent guest with symphony orchestras, especially for fund-raising events. Lightly soiled and nicked at edges. Glue remnant at lower right corner. Overall, fine condition.
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