IRVING BERLIN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/15/1934 - HFSID 157796
Sale Price $850.00
Sending thanks for appreciation of his radio broadcast.
TLS: "Irving Berlin", 1p, 7¼x11. No place, 1934 May 15. On his personal stationery to John Scotto, c/o French Line, New York City. In full: "Many thanks for your nice wire. I am so glad you enjoyed my broadcast, and it was very thoughtful and kind of you to wire me about it. With my very best wishes." The Russian-born American songwriter wrote over 1000 songs including "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "God Bless America", "Easter Parade" and "White Christmas" and musicals such as Annie Get Your Gun and Call Me Madam. He was a frequent guest on radio shows in the 1930s and 1940s. Fine, early clear signature. Light ink transference from folding at lower blank margin. Rust paper clip stain at upper edge. Light, nailhead-size stain at lower right edge. Overall, fine condition.
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