JAN PEERCE - POST CARD SIGNED CIRCA 1944 - HFSID 156363
Sale Price $81.00
Postcard signed by Jan Peerce on verso
Postcard signed: "Jan Peerce" on verso, 5½x3¼. 1-cent imprinted postcard, postmarked place, date. Addressed (unknown hand) to: "Carolyn Lloyd, Ida Grove, Ia.". Jan Peerce (1904-1984), born Jacob Perelmuth, debuted at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1941 as Alfredo in Verdi's La Triviata. He remained as the Met's leading tenor until 1966, returning to appear regularly there until 1982. Peerce, who had made his operatic debut in May 1938 in Philadelphia as the Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto, was the first American to sing with the Bolshoi Theatre Opera. Ink note (unknown hand) beneath signature. Stray ink mark above signature. Slightly soiled. Slightly frayed upper edge. Overall, fine condition.
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