ETHEL JACKSON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 03/26/1935 - HFSID 290174
ETHEL JACKSON Handwritten note authorizing her mother to enter her safe deposit box Autograph Note signed: "Ethel Shannon Jackson", 6x2½. No place, 1935 March 26.
Sale Price $234.00
Handwritten note authorizing her mother to enter her safe deposit box
Autograph Note signed: "Ethel Shannon Jackson", 6x2½. No place, 1935 March 26. In full: "Please permit my mother - Agnes Phillips to enter my safety deposit box 116 and deposit large envelope with one enclosure." Pencil note: "OK/Dalton". 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). Nail size hole near left edge. Left edge lightly frayed from binding. Ink stamp on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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