LARRY ADLER - PICTURE POST CARD SIGNED - HFSID 145327
LARRY ADLER B/w picture post card from REX Records of Adler from the chest up and playing the harmonica, signed "Sincerely" in white ink. Picture post card signed "Sincerely/Larry Adler" in white ink. 3½x5½ overall, 3x4¾ image, one surface.
Sale Price $170.00
B/w picture post card from REX Records of Adler from the chest up and playing the harmonica, signed "Sincerely" in white ink.
Picture post card signed "Sincerely/Larry Adler" in white ink. 3½x5½ overall, 3x4¾ image, one surface. Captioned: "LARRY ADLER/Now recording exclusively on REX Records." No message on verso. Adler (1914-2001, born Lawrence Cecil Adler in Baltimore, Maryland) was widely acknowledged as the world's best harmonica player and brought new credibility to the instrument. Starting humbly in vaudeville, Adler moved on to movie roles, beginning with Many Happy Returns (1934). He entertained troops during World War II. Adler performed works by Bach and Vivaldi and even inspired works to be written for his instrument by major composers, Vaughan Williams and others. On his 80th birthday, he released an album of songs by George Gershwin. Adler was unfairly blacklisted in the US during the McCarthy era, but attracted a large following in Europe. Reportedly, his fan club numbered 300,000 members! Lightly toned, silvered and creased. Pinhead-sized stains on image. Light scratches (not visible head-on) and impressions on image. Top left corner creased. Otherwise fine condition.
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