FANNY CARBY - AUTOGRAPH ENVELOPE UNSIGNED 07/12/1984 - HFSID 36501
Sale Price $54.00
FANNY CARBYThe actress addresses this envelope to the Americal Museum of Historical Documents Autograph Envelope unsigned, addressed in black ink, 8½x4¼. Postmarked Hemel Hempstead, July 12, 1984. Addressed to “The American Museum of Historical Documents/ For Todd M Axelrod./ 520 South Fourth St/ Suite 340/ Las Vegas/ Nevada 89101/ U.S.A." Fanny Carby (1925-2002) was a British actress who was a regular on British stages and played bit parts and many guest-starring roles on British TV shows. She played the parts of Mary Hornigold and Vera Duckworth on Coronation Street, a popular British Soap Opera that began airing in 1960. She also appeared in a spin-off of the show, Pardon the Expression in 1965. A few of her guest-starring roles came on the shows The Kitchen as Winnie in 1961, Crossroads as Rene Haines in 1964, Mrs Thursday as Agnes Blakey in 1967, and Adam Adamant Lives!, also in 1967. Additionally, she was in both a theatrical production and the movie version (1969) of Oh! What a Lovely War. Lightly toned. Sliced open at top fold. Corners and edges worn and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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