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MARY PICKFORD - PICTURE POST CARD SIGNED - HFSID 159592

MARY PICKFORD She has signed a colorized postcard photo captioned, "The World's Sweetheart." Postcard Photograph signed: "Mary Pickford". Colorized, 3½x5½. Vintage British postcard photograph captioned: "Mary Pickford/The World's Sweetheart". Embossed with leaf design at margins.

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Condition: fine condition
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MARY PICKFORD
She has signed a colorized postcard photo captioned, "The World's Sweetheart."
Postcard Photograph signed: "Mary Pickford". Colorized, 3½x5½. Vintage British postcard photograph captioned: "Mary Pickford/The World's Sweetheart". Embossed with leaf design at margins. Mary Pickford (1893-1979) began working at Biograph Studios in 1909 at $40 a week. By 1912, she was making $500 weekly at Adolph Zukor's Famous Players. Her salary was doubled periodically. In 1916, Pickford signed an astounding contract with Zukor for $10,000 a week plus a $300,000 bonus plus the formation of The Mary Pickford Company (later, The Pickford Corporation), a studio devoted exclusively to the making of her films. She was also to share the profits in Zukor's studio. Pickford was the first superstar of the movies. In 1919, Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, D.W. Griffith and Douglas Fairbanks formed United Artists to distribute their films. In 1920, Pickford and Fairbanks were married. They separated in 1933, which coincided with Pickford retiring from the movies. Pickford and Fairbanks were divorced in January 1936. Later in 1936, she became First Vice President of United Artists and, in 1937, established the Mary Pickford Cosmetics Company. That same year, she married former co-star Charles "Buddy" Rogers. Fine condition.

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