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ETHEL JACKSON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/13/1935 - HFSID 290179

Handwritten request to allow the actress' mother to retrieve a bond from her safe deposit box Autograph Letter signed: "Ethel S. Jackson", 1 page, 7¼ x10½. No place, 1935 March 13. In full: "Please permit Mrs.…"

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ETHEL JACKSON
Handwritten request to allow the actress' mother to retrieve a bond from her safe deposit box
Autograph Letter signed: "Ethel S. Jackson", 1 page, 7¼ x10½. No place, 1935 March 13. In full: "Please permit Mrs. Phillips, my mother, to enter my safety deposit box and get a Government bond of a Thousand dollars to be used as collateral for a loan from the Bank." Ink note of same date gives the box and bond numbers and notes the bond's removal. American actress Ethel Jackson (1877-1957) studied in Europe and performed for the D'Oyly Carte company, returning to America before the turn of the century to stardom in legitimate theater, musical comedy and vaudeville. In 1898 she starred on the Broadway stage in Little Miss Nobody. In 1905 she was featured in the first American production of The Merry Widow. She was married to theater manager J. Frederick Zimmerman, Jr. (1902-1908) and later to prominent divorce lawyer Benoni Lockwood, Jr., who had handled her divorce from Zimmerman. Jackson's last appearance on the Broadway stage was in Key Largo (1939). Multiple mailing folds. Ink note on face (not effecting signature). Bottom left corner creased. Ink note (unknown hand) on face (not effecting signature). Otherwise, fine condition.

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