ROBERT TAYLOR - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/10/1938 - HFSID 49539
ROBERT TAYLOR Robert Taylor sends a typed letter of thanks for the suggestion and the letter. Typed Letter signed: "Robert Taylor", 1p, 7x11. On personal letterhead. No place, 1938 May 10. To Mrs. J. J. Schulte, Quincy, Illinois.
Sale Price $357.00
Robert Taylor sends a typed letter of thanks for the suggestion and the letter.
Typed Letter signed: "Robert Taylor", 1p, 7x11. On personal letterhead. No place, 1938 May 10. To Mrs. J. J. Schulte, Quincy, Illinois. In full: "Thank you for your very kind letter and suggestions for the Good News of 1938 Broadcast. Personally, I have nothing to do with the program arrangements. They are handled by the General Foods Corporation at 775 Terminal Street, Los Angeles. A heavy production schedule will interfere with my radio work for some little time, but I have appreciated the very generous response to my efforts. Again thanking you, and with best personal regards, Sincerely," The good looks of Robert Taylor (1911-1969) sometimes caused critics to overlook his acting talents, which he displayed in such films as Camille (1936), Waterloo Bridge (1940), Bataan (1943), Quo Vadis (1951) and The Last Hunt (1956). He starred on TV in Robert Taylor's Detectives (1959-1962) and succeeded friend Ronald Reagan as host of Death Valley Days (1966-1968). He was married to two actresses: Barbara Stanwyck and Ursula Theiss. Slightly creased. Horizontal fold touches "y" and flourish of the "r" in "Taylor". Otherwise, fine condition.
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