GERTRUDE HOFFMANN - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 171739
GERTRUDE HOFFMANN Signed sentiment of the American dancer and choreographer. Extremely rare! Autograph sentiment signed: "Truly/Gertrude Hoffmann", in brown ink, 6½x2¾.
Sale Price $144.00
Signed sentiment of the American dancer and choreographer. Extremely rare!
Autograph sentiment signed: "Truly/Gertrude Hoffmann", in brown ink, 6½x2¾. Gertrude Hoffmann (1885-1966) was an American dancer and choreographer popular on vaudeville during the early 20th century. A rehearsal director at Hamemrstein's club, she later performed in Ziegfeld's The Parisian Dancer. Also an impersonator, she became famous singing Anna Held's "I Just Can't Make My Eyes Behave", as well as songs by Eva Tanguay, Eddie Foy and Ethel Barrymore. Known for her suggestive and revealing costumes, Hoffmann had been arrested several times for indecency. Hoffman also led her own dancing ensemble, the Gertrude Hoffman Girls. She was married to composer and orchestra leader Max Hoffman. Toned. Adhesive residue at lower margin and on verso. Small tears at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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