VAUGHN MONROE - PICTURE POST CARD SIGNED - HFSID 27098
Sale Price $180.00
Black and white postcard photograph of Vaughn Monroe wearing a tuxedo.
Postcard Photograph signed: "Sincerely/Vaughn Monroe". B/w, 3¾x6. Vaughn Monroe (1911-1973), the popular orchestra leader who was known for his boyish good looks and engaging personality, got his big break at Meadowbrook in the spring of 1941. The singer and trumpet player got mixed reviews from critics, but was a hit with the ladies. When the Big Band era drew to a close, Monroe's band, which had focused on singing rather than instrumentals, continued in popularity. Monroe was also a big hit on radio, well known for both his singing and his Camel Cigarette commercials, and he continued to sing, both on RCA Victor recordings and as the company's spokesperson, on RCA's television commercials into the mid-1960s. Mounting stains at left corners, with ½-inch paper loss in upper left. Overall, fine condition.
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