HARRY WIERE - PHOTOCOPY SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 56964
HARRY WIERE Harry Wiere signed this Xerox copy of a 1987 typed letter, signed President Ronald Reagan, to "The Wiere Family", thanking them for a letter. Xerox copy signed "(Harry Wiere". 1 page, 8¼x10¼ overall, 6¾x8¾ letter, one surface. Letter is on White House letterhead and dated Jan. 9, 1987.
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Harry Wiere signed this Xerox copy of a 1987 typed letter, signed President Ronald Reagan, to "The Wiere Family", thanking them for a letter.
Xerox copy signed "(Harry Wiere". 1 page, 8¼x10¼ overall, 6¾x8¾ letter, one surface. Letter is on White House letterhead and dated Jan. 9, 1987. With reproduced signature: "Ronald Reagan". Addressed to The Wiere Family, Sherman Oaks, California. In full: "Dear Friends: thank you so very much for remembering me. Your thoughtful expression of concern is a great source of comfort and strength, and you were kind to have taken the time to drop me a line. It makes all the difference in the world to know that people like you are keeping me in their thoughts and prayers. With my appreciation and warm best wishes, Sincerely,". HARRY WIERE (1906-1992, born in Berlin, Germany) was one-third of the comedy trio The Wiere Brothers, which included his brothers HERBERT WIERE (1908-1999, born in Vienna, Austira) and SYLVESTER WIERE (1909-1970, born in Prauge, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary, now the Czech Rebublic). The three started performing on stage in 1922 and made their American debut in 1935. Highly talented, the Wiere Brothers worked comedy into an act that included singing, dancing, acrobatics and playing a myriad of instruments. They were headliners in theatres and night clubs, but Hollywood didn't utilize their talents very often. Highlights of their film careers include cameos in the Bob Hope and Bing Crosby "Road" comedy Road to Rio (1947) and Elvis Presley's Double Trouble (1967), their last film appearance. They also had their own TV series, Oh, Those Bells (1962). The Wiere Brothers went into semi-retirement after Sylvester's death. Lightly toned. Xeroxed letter, but not signature, is lightly smeared in places, but legible. Otherwise in fine condition.
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