MARY MacDONALD - AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 300155
MARY MacDONALD The popular actress pens a note on the back of this black and white photograph of herself, in black ink Autograph Note on Photograph Signed: "Mary MacDonald" in black ink, 8x10, 2 pages (front and verso).
Sale Price $180.00
The popular actress pens a note on the back of this black and white photograph of herself, in black ink
Autograph Note on Photograph Signed: "Mary MacDonald" in black ink, 8x10, 2 pages (front and verso). Note on back in full: "Will write you soon but am terribly busy just now. Hope you like the pictures. If you don't - suppose I will just have to send you a couple more. With best wishes - I remain. Sincerely Mary MacDonald." Mary MacDonald (1896-1985) was an American actress who got her start on the stage. She first appeared in performances in New York City including Dancing Around. Her onscreen debut came in 1928 when she was cast as a maid in the film Where Are My Children? In her thirty-three year career, MacDonald (who eventually married and became Mary MacLane) was cast in over 150 titles including Bread (1918), I've Got Your Number (1934), A Lawman is Born (1937), Misbehaving Husbands (1940), The Navajo Trail (1945), and her last onscreen appearance in the 1949 film My Own True Love. She passed away in Hollywood, California at the age of eighty-nine. Toned. Corners lightly worn. Notch at top left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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