BEVERLY ROBERTS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/03/1984 - HFSID 40025
BEVERLY ROBERTS Actress Beverly Roberts wrote this letter on her personalized stationery in 1984 regarding an exhibit on her at a Las Vegas Museum. Comes with original mailing envelope. Autograph letter signed "Beverly/Roberts". 1 page, 5x8, on Roberts' personalized stationery, two binder holes at top edge. Sept.
Sale Price $288.00
Actress Beverly Roberts wrote this letter on her personalized stationery in 1984 regarding an exhibit on her at a Las Vegas Museum. Comes with original mailing envelope.
Autograph letter signed "Beverly/Roberts". 1 page, 5x8, on Roberts' personalized stationery, two binder holes at top edge. Sept. 3, 1984. In full: "Dear mr Axelrod: Sorry for the delay in responding to your letter on August 6th, and thank you for your interest. I am looking up -and gathering together some material and pictures in accordance with your re-quest, and will sent it to you. I look forward also visiting the museum the next time I am in Las Vegas. Warm good wishes". Lightly toned and creased. Folded thrice and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: Original unsigned mailing envelope. 6¼x3½, return address label affixed to verso. Postmarked Santa Ana, California, Sept. 5, 1984. Addressed to Todd M. Axelrod, The American Museum of Historical Documents, Las Vegas, Nevada. One color 20-cent American flag stamp affixed. Envelope is open and empty. Normal postal stamps. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Random ink stains. Neatly cut open at top edge. American actress Roberts (1914-2009) got her start on the stage, with two appearances on Broadway between 1932 and 1933, but she broke into movies in 1936 after a Warner Brothers talent scout saw her singing in a nightclub. Roberts had a busy movie career, with over 20 movie acting credits - many of them starring roles opposite the likes of Humphrey Bogart, Joe E. Brown and Errol Flynn - between 1936 and 1941. Unfortunately, those starring roles tended to be thankless heroines or tough dames, and Roberts never had a lead role. Roberts returned to the stage after 1941's Mob Town. She appeared three more times on Broadway between 1942 and 1945 and had a few guest star appearances on TV.
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