JULIA SANDERSON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 180408
JULIA SANDERSON 3¾x5¼ full-length b/w photo of Sanderson in a hat, vest and long dress, signed "With my best wishes" Inscribed photograph signed "For Miss Laimbeer/With my best wishes/Julia Sanderson". B/w, 3¾x5½.
Sale Price $360.00
3¾x5¼ full-length b/w photo of Sanderson in a hat, vest and long dress, signed "With my best wishes"
Inscribed photograph signed "For Miss Laimbeer/With my best wishes/Julia Sanderson". B/w, 3¾x5½. JULIA SANDERSON
Beige piece of paper signed "Most Sincerely" in 1906, with a small photo of Sanderson from the shoulders up in a wide-brimmed hat
Autograph sentiment signed "Most Sincerely:/Julia Sanderson/'Fontana'/1906". 5x4 signature with 2¾x2½ b/w photograph affixed. Julia Sanderson (1887-1975, born Julia Sackett in Springfield, Massachusetts) was an American actress, primarily of the stage, and a leading musical star. The daughter of actor Albert Sackett, a Broadway star, she debuted with Forepaugh's Stock Company in Philadelphia as a child and apprenticed for five years there in the chorus of several musicals. Her Broadway debut was in Winsome Winnie (1903-1904), with her big break coming only months after her debut, as Gillette in Wang (1904). Stardom came with the role of Eileen Cavanaugh in The Acradians (1910) Sanderson had a total of 17 Broadway appearances, all in musicals, between 1904 and 1928. She often appeared with Donald Brian and Joseph Cawthorn and became a popular trio. After leaving Broadway, she played with her husband Frank Crumit in vaudeville before retiring from show business for good. Signature is lightly toned, stained, soiled and creased. Neatly torn from a larger sheet at bottom edge. Folded once vertically and horizontally and unfolded. Photograph is lightly toned, creased and rippled. Photo has irregular edges. Adhesive residue on verso of both. Otherwise in fine condition.
Lightly toned, silvered and creased. Parts of signature are faint but legible. Pen skipped while signing signature. Edges and corners are lightly scuffed. Light scratches on image. Adhesive residue on verso. Otherwise in fine condition.
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