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HERB SHRINER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 345714

HERB SHRINER The famous humorist, radio personality and television host is shown smiling and looking to his left in this black and white photograph, signed in blue ink Photograph Signed: “Hello!/Herb Shriner” in blue ink. 8x10. B/w.

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Condition: slightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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HERB SHRINER

The famous humorist, radio personality and television host is shown smiling and looking to his left in this black and white photograph, signed in blue ink

Photograph Signed: “Hello!/Herb Shriner” in blue ink. 8x10. B/w. Herbert Arthur Shriner (1918-1970) was an American humorist, radio personality and television host who was known for his homespun monologues, mostly about his home state of Indiana. He was often compared to humorist Will Rogers and during World War II he served in a United States Army special services unit and performed for two years in USO shows for GIs in Europe. When the war was over, Shriner appeared in different number of radio shows, including The Philip Morris Follies of 1946 with Johnny Desmond and Margaret Whiting; he found TV success with Two for the Money, a game show which appeared on NBC in the 1952-1953 season, then moved to CBS for three seasons. In 1955 he launched the Herb Shriner Harmonica Orchestra with Dominic (Don Henry) Quagenti, Cham-Ber Huang, Charles Leighton, Frank (Moose) Mitkowski, Victor Pankowitz, Alan Pogson and Alan (Blackie) Schackner; they recorded “Tumbling Tumbleweeds” and “Back Home Again in Indiana” for the Columbia LP Herb Shriner on Stage (1955). Signature smeared. Edges slightly creased. Corners lightly rounded. Pencil note on verso (unknown hand). Otherwise, fine condition.

 

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