FLORENCE TURNER - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 343074
Sale Price $144.00
The early Hollywood actress signs her name and sentiments in blue ink
Autograph sentiment signed: "Very sincerely/ Florence Turner" in blue ink. 5x3 index card. Florence Turner (1885-1946) was an actress to be seen in the early 1900's. Being pushed into a career of entertainment by her overzealous mother, Turner signed with the fledgling Vitagraph Studios in 1906, coming from a history of performing that spanned most of her 21 years. She debuted in their film How To Cure a Cold (1907), and although her first roles were minor, it wasn't long before she became widely recognized by audiences across the United States. Shortly after starting with Vitagraph Studios, Turner became one of the highest paid female actresses at $22 a week, which was only shortly behind male stars of the time. After appearing in almost 100 films and shorts for Vitagraph, Turner formed her own film company named Turner Films, and appeared in more than thirty shorts of her own producing. However, by the 1930's, the actress' career began to peter off after a break from film and unsuccessful roles on Broadway. She thereafter appeared in minor roles in several films until 1943, with her last role being an uncredited part in Whistling in Brooklyn. Toned. Faint stains throughout. Light surface creases. Corners rounded. Otherwise, fine condition.
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