SIR HARRY M. LAUDER - AUTOGRAPH 1936 - HFSID 146281
SIR HARRY MacLENNAN LAUDER Small piece of ruled paper signed by entertainer Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder in 1936, mounted to a small slip of blank paper Signature: "Harry Lauder/1936". 2¼x1½ ruled paper with rounded corners affixed to a 3x2¼ slip of paper.
Sale Price $126.00
SIR HARRY MacLENNAN LAUDER
Small piece of ruled paper signed by entertainer Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder in 1936, mounted to a small slip of blank paper
Signature: "Harry Lauder/1936". 2¼x1½ ruled paper with rounded corners affixed to a 3x2¼ slip of paper. Lauder (1870-1950), born Henry MacLennan Lauder, overcame his humble beginnings as a widow's son, flax mill worker and coal miner to become one of the most popular Scottish entertainers of all time. A comedian, singer and music hall entertainer from 1900 to 1930, Lauder knocked 'em flat with skits and songs performed in knit kilts and Scottish accents. He wrote many of his own songs, as well, including the hits She Is Ma Daisy, I Love a Lassie, Roamin' in the Gloamin', and A Wee Deoch an' Doris. Lauder was also one of the first entertainers to recognize the importance of the phonograph; he recorded continuously between 1902 and 1935 and became the first entertainer of any kind to sell a million records. He was knighted in 1919 for entertaining British troops on the frontlines during World War I. Lightly toned and soiled. Mounting paper is lightly creased and rippled. Folded once and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition.
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