JULIAN WOODWORTH - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/16/1932 - HFSID 223631
The band leader lists the songs he'll be performing on his next radio program.
Autograph Letter signed: "Julian Woodworth", 2p, 7¼x10½. Hotel Governor Clinton, New York, N.Y., 1932 November 16. To "Dear Mr. Millstein", in full: "Your kind letter came in this morning, and I certainly want to thank you for all the kind things you are doing in my behalf. It is hard to express thanks for the interest you have taken in my radio programs, as words seem insufficient. I hope your 'Club Julian Woodworth' is a success and I'll do all I can to help you keep it going. I want to thank you also for your efforts with 'Radio Guide.' They are not in vain. They are publishing a nice story. I am enclosing the Sat. Nov 5th radio program. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting you soon, personally. Sincerely. 'Here's your picture'. Sat. Nov. 5 - 11;30 p.m. W. O. R: Sometimes I Wonder Theme, Sweet Muchacha, K Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans, Where, Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia, Louisiana Hayride, Why Must I Say Goodbye to My Summer Love, I May Never Pass Your Way Again, Pink Elephants, I'll Follow You." Julian Woodworth, a band leader of the 1920s-1940s, had a show on NBC radio. Pages combined at top edge with mounting adhesive. Lightly soiled. Minor tears at top and bottom edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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