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ALICE BRADY - EPHEMERA UNSIGNED - HFSID 279660

ALICE BRADY Pair of tan fur-lined gloves worn by Alice Brady when she was a baby. A unique memento of the Academy Award-wining actress. Ephemera unsigned. Pair of gloves, 2¾x4¾ right glove, 3¼x4¾ left glove. This is a pair of tan leather gloves with fur lining worn by Brady when she was a baby.

Sale Price $450.00

Reg. $500.00

Condition: lightly soiled
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ALICE BRADY
Pair of tan fur-lined gloves worn by Alice Brady when she was a baby. A unique memento of the Academy Award-wining actress.
Ephemera unsigned. Pair of gloves, 2¾x4¾ right glove, 3¼x4¾ left glove. This is a pair of tan leather gloves with fur lining worn by Brady when she was a baby. These gloves are a unique memento of the Academy Award-wining actress. Stage and screen actress Brady (1892-1939, born in New York City), the daughter of Broadway producer William A. Brady, who began her film career at the age of 22, won the 1938 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 1937 film, In Old Chicago, and she had been nominated for the Oscar in the same category in 1937 for My Man Godfrey (1936). Ironically, Brady never received the statuette. She was not present at the ceremony and an imposter accepted the award for her. Both he and the Oscar disappeared and neither were ever found. Brady died before the Academy could issue another statuette. Brady's long list of both silents and "talkies" includes As Ye Sow (1914, her debut), The Gilded Cage (1916), The Gay Divorcee (1934), Go West Young Man (1936) and Young Mr. Lincoln (1939, her final film). Brady, who made her Broadway debut in 1911, would star in over three dozen plays on the Great White Way until 1933. Lightly soiled and stained. Fur lining is at cuff only and has rubbed off in places. Gloves come flattened. Otherwise in fine condition.

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