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ETHEL JACKSON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/26/1933 - HFSID 290178

ETHEL JACKSON Handwritten letter to her banker, authorizing her mother to retrieve items from her safe deposit box and also explaining to him why she needs them. Autograph Letter signed: "Ethel Shannon Jackson", 3 pages, 5½x7. Scarsdale, N.Y., 1933 May 26. To "My dear Mr.

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ETHEL JACKSON
Handwritten letter to her banker, authorizing her mother to retrieve items from her safe deposit box and also explaining to him why she needs them.
Autograph Letter signed: "Ethel Shannon Jackson", 3 pages, 5½x7. Scarsdale, N.Y., 1933 May 26. To "My dear Mr. Dalton", in full: "Will you please permit my mother Mrs. Phillips to enter my safety deposit box? It is necessary for her to do so to get the pink slip on the Packard car which she with other reliable persons is driving to New York. In being isolated here in the country without a car is no go. It's grand for my son but god-awful for me. As I have no intention of returning to California anywhere's soon I need the car. Also Mr. Dalton will you or someone witness the opening of the box. I also would like to have a government bond taken from box and deposited to my account there. I have several payments due on our Beverly Hills home due June 6th and at present haven't any monies to meet them. Will you see that she has a receipt for same and fix her up all o.k. You understand about all such things and if you will assist her in this, I needless to say will more than appreciate it. Thanking you for the many kindnesses in the past I am most sincerely". Ink note (unknown hand, but presumably from the bank notes attachment of Treasury Bond, not included here. 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). Lightly toned and creased. Nail at top left corner. Otherwise, fine condition.

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