JOHN P. MEDBURY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/17/1944 - HFSID 31758
JOHN P. MEDBURY The writer pens this letter to his friend, the actor and Broadway columnist Louis Sobol Autograph Letter signed: “John P. Medbury” in black ink, 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1944 July 7. On his personal letterhead. To “Dear Louie”.
Sale Price $288.00
JOHN P. MEDBURY The writer pens this letter to his friend, the actor and Broadway columnist Louis Sobol Autograph Letter signed: “John P. Medbury” in black ink, 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 1944 July 7. On his personal letterhead. To “Dear Louie”. In full: “I called you before I left N.Y. but your secretary said you wouldn't be back any more that day. Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed running into you in N.Y. and that I appreciated your taking me on the “ “ with you. I hope I have the opportunity of reciprocating soon out here. Best regards + remember me to Mrs. Hobol + your daughter/ Cordialy [sic]”. John P. Medbury (1893-1947) was a Hollywood writer. His most notable writing credits include the following: Among the Great Open Faces (1932), Among the Latins (1934), and Love in Bloom (1935). Louis Sobol (1896-1986) was an actor and producer who gained notoriety for his Broadway column “New York Cavalcade”. Pencil note in an unknown hand to the left of the letter's closing. Lightly toned. One vertical and one horizontal crease. Vertical crease runs through “n” of “John”. Upper right-hand corner damaged. Otherwise, fine condition.
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