MARGUERITE CHAPMAN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE UNSIGNED CIRCA 1981 - HFSID 159890
MARGUERITE CHAPMAN Chapman wrote this note asking a David to help with a 1981 benefit for Pet Orphans, Inc. Autograph note unsigned, written in red ink. 1 page, 8¼x13¾. In full.
Sale Price $126.00
MARGUERITE CHAPMAN Chapman wrote this note asking a David to help with a 1981 benefit for Pet Orphans, Inc. Autograph note unsigned, written in red ink. 1 page, 8¼x13¾. In full. "David - If you can might be fun Trying to help [illegible] with this - need new kennels & loads of $'s for xpenses [sic]". This note is written at the top of a photocopied flyer for a "Gala Celebrity Luncheon Program - Auction", to be held for the benefit of Pet Orphans, Inc. on Aug. 30, 1981, at the Greater Los Angeles Press Club in Los Angeles California. Chapman had some involvement with this benefit; a photocopied note at the bottom of the flyer, written in an unknown hand, reads "Mail Checks to/Marguerite Chapman". 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. Folded twice horizontally; comes folded once. Otherwise in fine condition.
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