ARTHUR TRACY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/02/1980 - HFSID 221600
ARTHUR TRACY The famous singer pens this letter to a friend in which he writes some information for an upcoming book, signed in black ink Autograph Letter Signed:"Arthur Tracy" in black ink. 1p. 5x8. Written on The Street Singer letterhead. No place.
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The famous singer pens this letter to a friend in which he writes some information for an upcoming book, signed in black ink
Autograph Letter Signed:"Arthur Tracy" in black ink. 1p. 5x8. Written on The Street Singer letterhead. No place. Date: April 2, 1980. In full: "Dear Kenneth: Enclosed the card autographed to Larry Schroeder as requested. For yourself you'll have this note - plus - I'm enclosing both a Bio and a brochure of billings over the years which is self explanatory and will serve you for any informa-tion you may want on The Street Singer. Don't forget my Autobiography in book form which should be out in the not too-distant future &my T.V. pilot on the tube. With all good wishes I am Sincerely & Cordially, - Always in Song". Arthur Tracy (1899-1997, born Abba Avram Tracovutsky in Kamianets-Podilskyi, Russian Empire), was one of the biggest recording stars in both the U.S. and Great Britain in the 1930s and 1940s. Known as "The Street Singer", Tracy, who had once sung for pennies on the streets of Philadelphia, had one of his biggest hits with "Pennies From Heaven" (other hit tunes include "Roses of Picardy" and "It's A Sin to Tell a Lie"). The Street Singer was also the title of his radio show (1931) and a feature film (1937) in which he appeared. A star of vaudeville, Tracy also co-starred on radio with such greats as Groucho Marx, Jack Benny and Bing Crosby, and he headlined at the London Palladium. Tracy also appeared in several feature films, including Limelight (1936), Follow Your Star (1938) and Crossing Delancey (1988). Horizontal and vertical fold creases. Left edge has multiple notches and one ¼ tear 3 down from top. 1½ piece of clear tape at left center and ½ piece of clear tape at top center edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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