MARGUERITE CHAPMAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 159891
Chapman handwrote and signed this small two-page letter "M C" to a David, telling him how his friends should send her photos that they wanted autographed.
Sale Price $255.00
MARGUERITE CHAPMAN Chapman handwrote and signed this small two-page letter "M C" to a David, telling him how his friends should send her photos that they wanted autographed. Autograph letter signed: "M C" on 2nd page. 2 pages, 4x6, On letterhead of White House Instant Printing, Sherman Oaks, California. Addressed to "David". In full: "Dear David Should your friends want photos autographed please have them find them somewhere in photo collection shops as I am keeping what I left [sic] for my memorabilia. I would appreciate enclosed self addressed stamped envelope with cardboard - as it is added chore for me to go to the post office for over-size stamps - Thank you. Take care - Good luck to you -". Marguerite Chapman (1918-1999, born in Chatham, New York) entered films in 1936, playing the (often) secondary star in many films of the 1940s and 1950s. Examples of her work include the serial Spycatcher (1942), Relentless (1948) and Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952). A frequent guest on TV programs of the 1950s, she reappeared in the mid-1970s for spots on Hawaii Five-0 and Barnaby Jones. Lightly toned. Rounded corners. Pages were torn neatly from pad at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition.
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