loading..

EDWARD ARNOLD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/16/1937 - HFSID 253130

EDWARD ARNOLD The actor responds to a letter from the Neal Dodd Foundation saying "At this time I can't comply with your request because my charity budget is now to over flowing" Autograph Letter signed: "Eddie/Arnold", 2p, 6x9. On letterhead of Edward Arnold, Schulberg Studios.

Sale Price $306.00

Reg. $340.00

Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
PSA / JSA Authentication Guarantee
Free U.S. Shipping
Chat now or call 800-425-5379

EDWARD ARNOLD
The actor responds to a letter from the Neal Dodd Foundation saying "At this time I can't comply with your request because my charity budget is now to over flowing"
Autograph Letter signed: "Eddie/Arnold", 2p, 6x9. On letterhead of Edward Arnold, Schulberg Studios. Hollywood, California, 1937 March 6. "My Dear Hawes". Signed on page 2. In full: "I had your letter regarding the Neal Dodd Foundation - in fact I have had several communications regarding it from Rupert Hughes and others. At this time I can't comply with your request because my charity budget is now to over flowing - what with three [indecipherable] in the East that I am sponsoring. Then there is Mrs. Abe Lehr's charity and others. I'll keep your letter on file and at some future date I'll take the matter up. I'm glad to learn that you are doing so well with the Fawcett outfit and hope your good luck will continue. Always". Arnold (1890-1956) moved from the stage, and bit parts in silent movies, to starring film roles, beginning with Diamond Jim (1935). He abandoned efforts to lose weight after deciding that his girth increased his prospects for getting character roles. A favorite of director Frank Capra, he played a corrupt boss in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1938) and starred as Daniel Webster in The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941). A staunch conservative who considered running for the Senate as a Republican, Arnold nevertheless worked hard as President of the Screen Actors Guild to protect fellow actors from excesses of the McCarthy era. Staple holes in upper left. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

This website image may contain our company watermark. The actual item does not contain this watermark

See more listings from these signers
Make an offer today and get a quick response
Check your account for the status.

Following offer submission users will be contacted at their account email address within 48 hours. Our response will be to accept your offer, decline your offer or send you a final counteroffer. All offers can be viewed from within the "Document Offers" area of your HistoryForSale account. Please review the Make Offer Terms prior to making an offer.

If you have not received an offer acceptance or counter-offer email within 24-hours please check your spam/junk email folder.

 

World-Wide Shipping

Fast FedEx and USPS shipping

Authenticity Guaranteed

COA with every purchase

Questions Answered 24/7

Contact us day or night

Submit Offers

Get a quick response