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LAWRENCE TIBBETT - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 02/27/1937 - HFSID 2646

LAWRENCE TIBBETT Baritone Lawrence Tibbett signed this letter to composer Erno Balogh in 1937, thanking him for his assistance with a Carnegie Hall benefit concert for the American Red Cross's Flood Relief Fund. Typed letter signed "Lawrence Tibbett", 1p, 8¼x10¾. New York, N.Y., 1937 February 27.

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LAWRENCE TIBBETT
Baritone Lawrence Tibbett signed this letter to composer Erno Balogh in 1937, thanking him for his assistance with a Carnegie Hall benefit concert for the American Red Cross's Flood Relief Fund.
Typed letter signed "Lawrence Tibbett", 1p, 8¼x10¾. New York, N.Y., 1937 February 27. On letterhead of American Guild of Musical Artists to Erno Balogh, New York, N.Y. In full: "It is with great pleasure that we thank you for your generous assistance in helping us make the Concert on February 20th at Carnegie Hall for the Flood Relief Fund of the American Red Cross the big success it was. It will interest you to know that the gross receipts were $50,200.00 and we will be able to send to the Red Cross well over $26,000.00. Once again 'Many thanks'. With all good wishes and kind personal regards. Very truly yours." ERNO BALOGH (1897-1989) was a Hungarian pianist, composer and music teacher. LAWRENCE TIBBETT (1896-1960) was the principal baritone singer of Italian roles with the Metropolitan Opera (1923-1950). He also performed on radio and appeared in six films of the 1930s. His first film, The Rogue Song (1930), earned him an Oscar nomination as Best Actor. Fine condition.

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