ELEANORE WHITNEY - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 22103
ELEANORE WHITNEY Slip of paper signed by dancer and actress Eleanore Whitney's "Best Wishes" Autograph sentiment signed "Best wishes/Eleanore Whitney". 5¼x3¾
Sale Price $144.00
Slip of paper signed by dancer and actress Eleanore Whitney's "Best Wishes"
Autograph sentiment signed "Best wishes/Eleanore Whitney". 5¼x3¾ Whitney, born Eleanor Wittenberg in Cleveland, Ohio in 1917, got her start in vaudeville at age 10 and was billed as "the world's fastest tap dancer". She had a short career (1935-1938) in movies, often pairing with Johnny Downs in Paramount college musicals. Whitney has exactly one Broadway credit, in the 1946 revival of The Would-Be Gentleman. Lightly toned and creased. Pen skipped while signing signature, which is still legible. Adhesive residue on verso, which shows through (does not touch signature). Folded once and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition.
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