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BETTY BLYTHE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 345192

BETTY BLYTHE The famous actress pens a rare letter to her children in which she refers to the health status of a friend, signed in blue ink Autograph Letter Signed: “Betty” in blue ink. 7¼x10½. Four pages. Place: Fontana, California. No date.

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Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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BETTY BLYTHE

The famous actress pens a rare letter to her children in which she refers to the health status of a friend, signed in blue ink

Autograph Letter Signed: “Betty” in blue ink. 7¼x10½. Four pages. Place: Fontana, California. No date. In part: “My beloved children. I hope the birthday was a glorious success. Another year passed and growing more precious every one, you little lamb of God Sidney. Such a weekend finishing Claudes apartment so he can rent the room and make a living. I went out Saturday to see him and found him just as I had left him. No more furniture and no nearer a renter. The decorator had made a botch of both bed-room curtains so I took them home and Pauley and I served on them till 2 a.m. Sunday. Sunday and Monday we went out took furniture I had bought, hung the curtains, then remade, following shopping on the dead nun all morning Monday. Pugs-tables, chavos ete. He is so futile because I know he is a sick man. The object of the enclosed , is to ask you-for Colettes sake, to have Dr. Shaw sign the enclosed on Sid's word so that boy will not be there stank alone without means of getting help. His Dr's in a S.7. hospital tell him he has multiple scorosis [sic]. Whatever that is and how to spell it. By an M.D's signature he can immediately get a phone. Dr Greville's signature will not do. I beg of you to help me in this. He is an awful grey color + dizzy. What I have to tell you about “the happy family. God is love”…. Betty Blythe (1893-1972) began her career on stage. She entered films in 1918 at the Vitageraph Studios in Brooklyn and then moved to the Fox studio in Hollywood. Although Blythe appeared in numerous films she was most noted for her exotic costumes in such films as The Queen of Sheba (1921) and She (1925). Blythe did receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions to the motion picture industry. Toned. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

 

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