ELEANOR BOARDMAN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 07/12/1980 - HFSID 19057
Sale Price $180.00
The actress sends a note indicating she has no more photographs to send in return
Autograph Note Signed: "Eleanor Boardman". 4x5 embossed note card & 5x2½ card. Fine condition. No Place, 1980 July 12. To: Mr. Stoudenheimer. In Full: "Dear Mr. Stoudenheimer, Un-fortunately I have no more photographs. Thank you for your nice note and enclose find your dollar returned. Best wishes". Eleanor Boardman (1898-1991) was the "Kodak Girl" appearing in Eastman Kodak ads nationwide at the ages of 15 & 16, leading her to believe she belonged in Hollywood. Once there, she became Goldwyn Pictures "New Face of 1922". Although she was successful in the Silent Film era, she had difficulty transitioning to Talkies and retired in 1935. Two pieces.
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