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ROGER PRICE - CHRISTMAS / HOLIDAY CARD SIGNED 12/1978 - HFSID 270587

ROGER PRICE Inventor of the fifties "Droodles" sends a holiday card expressing "This is what Christmas is all about" Christmas Card signed (in manuscript letters): "ROGER PRICE", folded to 5¾x4. No place, "Dec.

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Condition: slightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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ROGER PRICE Inventor of the fifties "Droodles" sends a holiday card expressing "This is what Christmas is all about" Christmas Card signed (in manuscript letters): "ROGER PRICE", folded to 5¾x4. No place, "Dec. 1978". Handwriten card front: "Dear P.D. [actress/comedienne Phyllis Diller] Wishing you a M.X. and a very H.N.Y." Typed caption: "*code book on request." Framed in ink-drawn, stylized wreath. Inside, above fold, is his handwritten message: "This is what Christmas is really all about." with drawn arrow pointing to a slip (3x3¾) affixed with tape and containing two typed lines of scrambled text. Below fold is affixed a photocopied cartoon (b/w, 5x2¾) above date and Price's handprinted name. Fine condition. Accompanied by unsigned envelope with typed address of Phyllis Diller, Los Angeles, and typed return address of Roger Price, Studio City, California, postmarked December 12, 1978. Slightly soiled. Date stamp in blank area. Otherwise, fine condition. Roger PRICE (1918-1990), a comedy writer, publisher and TV game show panelist in the 1950s, created Droodles, doodle riddles: simple sets of lines on paper, for which a viewer was expected to guess a title. Price's books, Droodles and Classic Droodles are reissued every few years. Price should not be confused with another comedy writer of the same name, born in 1941. Two items.

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