ROBERT CONSIDINE - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 317233
Sale Price $63.00
ROBERT "BOB" CONSIDINE
Signature of the print and electronic journalist known for his byline, "On the Line"
Signature: "Bob/Considine", 5x3 card. Robert "Bob" Considine (1906-1975) was a wire service and Heart newspaper reporter also known for his radio broadcasts, On the Line with Bob Considine. Well known as a war correspondent and political reporter, he covered everything from sports to theatre, famous for composing columns quickly, while on the run. He was also a successful ghost writer, co-authoring Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (while its nominal author, Doolittle raider Ted Lawson was still recovering in the hospital); The Babe Ruth Story; and other biographies. Although his detractors accused him of towing the Hearst newspaper line, he had many highly placed friends and admirers, including President Eisenhower. Lightly toned. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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