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JUDY GARLAND - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/01/1952 - HFSID 254842

JUDY GARLAND Garland signed this typed letter on her personalized stationery in 1952. In it, she apologizes for not responding to a letter and for missing someone in San Francisco. Typed letter signed: "Judy", 1p, 5x8, on Garland's personalized stationery. No place, 1952 July 1. Addressed to Mr. Dale C.

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JUDY GARLAND
Garland signed this typed letter on her personalized stationery in 1952. In it, she apologizes for not responding to a letter and for missing someone in San Francisco.
Typed letter signed: "Judy", 1p, 5x8, on Garland's personalized stationery. No place, 1952 July 1. Addressed to Mr. Dale C. Olsen/ 4404 NE 88th, Portland, Oregon. In full: "Dear Dale: Forgive me for not answering your letter sooner. I think you can understand what the pressure has been like. I am sorry I was not in San Francisco last Monday but as you probably discovered, we closed on the 21st and returned to Los Angeles immediately. Thanks anyway. Perhaps we can make contact some other time. As a matter of fact, I have an idea that the proposed engagement in the Northwest will materialize before too long. Sincerest best wishes,". The multi-talented Judy Garland (1922-1969) sang on stage with her sisters in the late 1920s and appeared on records and films from 1936, but her breakthrough to superstardom came with her role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939), singing her signature song, "Over the Rainbow". A competent actress and superbly gifted singer, Garland won an Oscar (with 2 more nominations), three Grammys (plus 6 of her recordings in the Grammy Hall of Fame), a Tony, and at least three Emmy nominations during her legendary career. By the late 1940s, her film career was suffering as a result of personal problems, including struggles with alcohol and the barbiturates that finally killed her, but she made a dazzling comeback in concert tours of the 1960s, especially Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961). Garland is the mother of actress Liza Minnelli and screenwriter/producer Lorna Luft. Lightly toned and creased. Folded in half horizontally. Small pinhole in center of fold. Otherwise, fine condition.

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