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FRED GOERNER - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 17940

FRED GOERNER Signature given during an interview about his 1966 best-seller, The Search for Amelia Earhart Signature: "Fred Goerner/CBS News/KCBS Radio/San Francisco/Calif.", 7x9½. Attached below his signature are two clippings: a newspaper photo of him, and a captioned advertisement for his The Search for Amelia Earhart

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FRED GOERNER
Signature given during an interview about his 1966 best-seller, The Search for Amelia Earhart
Signature: "Fred Goerner/CBS News/KCBS Radio/San Francisco/Calif.", 7x9½. Attached below his signature are two clippings: a newspaper photo of him, and a captioned advertisement for his The Search for Amelia Earhart. Author and reporter Fred Goerner (1925-1994) broke into broadcast news as an anchor at KUTV, Salt Lake City, moving to KCBS, San Francisco's CBS affiliate, in 1958. In 1960, he won the Sigma Chi Delta National Journalism Fraternity's prize for radio reporting (1960) on his coverage of the discovery of a downed World War II bomber in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. In 1966, he published The Search for Amelia Earhart, which spent 6 months on the New York Times best-seller list and inspired many other books on the subject. Goerner's own research, first suggested to him by retired Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, was exhaustive, and included the suggestion - he never claimed proof - that Earhart may have become a prisoner of the Japanese. His research is now housed at the Nimitz Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. This signature is not inscribed, but is from the collection of TV/radio host George Sanders, who collected autographs from guests on his show. Left edge frayed from binding. Lightly toned. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.

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