JOEY ADAMS - TYPED LETTER SIGNED CIRCA 1976 - HFSID 270528
Sale Price $108.00
The actor sends a typed letter to actress Phyllis Diller
Typed Letter signed: "Pal Joey", 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y., no date, pencil note (unknown hand) in upper margin: "Feb 1976". On letterhead of The Actors Youth Fund to "My dear Phyllis [Diller]". In full: "Happy New Year! - I'm late? - Well, Happy Rest of the Year and Happy Rest of Your Life! Enclosed is a copy of my column that appears in many papers around the world including the Long Island Press - New York, Miami, Oakland, Vegas, Philadelphia, Fort Worth etc., etc., etc. I'd like to do a column or two on you - would you please send me any gags, jokes, stories, comments on any one subject or on yourself. Naturally, all will be credited to you. Why Shouldn't I make you immortal? I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you soon. Love and Kisses". Staple holes in upper left. Minor nicks and paper separation on left edge. Slightly toned at right edge. Otherwise, fine condition. Ink note (unknown hand) in upper right corner: "Celebrity". Accompanied by an unsigned photocopy of the Adams column, originally dated 1975 October 17, mentioned in the letter, 1 page, 5¼x8½. Irregularly cut. Staple holes in upper left corner. Otherwise, fine condition. Joey Adams (1911-1999) was a Borscht-belt comedian and husband of gossip columnist Cindy (Heller) Adams. He was a frequent guest on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. Adams wrote a humorous column which appeared in papers nationwide. Two items.
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