RUDOLF FRIML - ANNOTATED DOCUMENT SIGNED 12/21/1965 CO-SIGNED BY: DAILEY PASKMAN - HFSID 169213
RUDOLF FRIML, CO-SIGNED BY: DAILY PASKMAN Radio pioneer Daily Paskman filled out and signed this postal receipt to composer Rudolf Friml, who also signed it, in 1965. Annotated document signed "Dailey Paskman" on page 1 and "Rudolf Friml" on page 2, both in blue ink, with numerous blue ink notations in Paskman's hand.
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RUDOLF FRIML, CO-SIGNED BY: DAILY PASKMAN
Radio pioneer Daily Paskman filled out and signed this postal receipt to composer Rudolf Friml, who also signed it, in 1965.
Annotated document signed "Dailey Paskman" on page 1 and "Rudolf Friml" on page 2, both in blue ink, with numerous blue ink notations in Paskman's hand. Black ink notations on page 2 in unknown hand.2 pages, 5x 3½ pink card, front and verso, perforation at right edge and near left edge. Date-stamped Munich, Germany, Dec. 27, 1965. United States Post Office Air Mail receipt, addressed from Daily Paskman in New York City to Mr. Rudolf Friml, Munich, Germany. FRIML (1879-1972, born in Prague, Austro-Hungarian Empire, now the Czech Republic), who came to the United States in 1906, is a composer who is known for his operettas, which were produced on stage and adapted to film. The best known of his 33 light operas are The Firefly (1912), Rose Marie (1924) and The Vagabond King (1925). PASKMAN (1897-1979), a lyricist, author, director, producer and radio programming pioneer, had formed The Dailey Paskman Radio Minstrels in 1924 and was the author of two books on the subject of minstrelsy. He also wrote lyrics for such composers as Rudolf Friml, Vincent Youmans and Victor Yound. During the 1930s, he had joined forces with Edward B. Marks Music Corporation and represented musical comedy and operetta material for possible use in motion pictures. Lightly toned and creased. Date-stamp touches Friml's signature, which is still legible. Lightly nicked at right edge. Staple holes near left edge. Otherwise in fine condition.
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