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CAROLE LOMBARD - DOCUMENT SIGNED 06/21/1938 - HFSID 55782

CAROLE LOMBARD The actress pens her signature on this documents relating to her insurance policy! Document Signed: "Carole Lombard", 1p, 8¼x11. Los Angeles, 1938 June 21. The Oscar-nominated comedic actress changes her beneficiaries in two policies with Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.

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CAROLE LOMBARD The actress pens her signature on this documents relating to her insurance policy! Document Signed: "Carole Lombard", 1p, 8¼x11. Los Angeles, 1938 June 21. The Oscar-nominated comedic actress changes her beneficiaries in two policies with Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. In part: "If proceeds become payable as a death claim, they are to be retained by the Company and paid to my mother, ELIZABETH K. PETERS, born June 20, 1873, as a Monthly Life Income, 120 instalments stipulated. Otherwise, share and share alike to my brothers, FREDERICK C. PETERS, born August 14, 1902 and STUART PETERS, born April 12, 1904, each said brother's share to be retained by the Company and paid him as a Monthly Life Income, 120 instalments stipulated. If either said brother not living and leaves surviving issue, his share forthwith to his surviving issue, per stirpes...." One of Hollywood's most talented stars (and a sophisticated comedienne as well), Carole Lombard (1908-1942), born Alice Jane Peters, began her rise to stardom opposite John Barrymore in Twentieth Century (1934) and charmed the nation with her roles in My Man Godfrey (Academy Award nomination, 1936), Nothing Sacred (1937) and To Be or Not to Be (1942). Married to William Powell from 1931 to 1933, she wed screen idol Clark Gable in 1939. Lombard was at the height of her popularity when she was killed in a plane crash while returning home from selling U.S. War Bonds. Creased and worn. Torn staple holes at upper blank left corner. Horizontal folds with ½-inch tear at blank lower margin. Legal pencil notes in margins. Receipt stamp at typed date.

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