VERA VAN - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 342935
Sale Price $126.00
The talented 1930s radio star signs her name for young child actor Billy Seay in pencil
Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/ Vera Van" in pencil. 1 page, 6x4½. VERA VAN (1908-2006), born Vera Webster, was a popular radio singer of the 1930s. Her songs included "Blue Hours", "It's the Talk of the Town" and "Don't Blame Me." She performs on screen in several short films, and, un-credited, in the Bette Davis film Dark Victory (1939). From the album collection of child actor BILLY SEAY (1922-2012), who appeared in many films throughout the decade including The Greater Glory (1926), My Man (1928), and The Marriage Playground (1929). Seay would leave Hollywood in the early 1930s to become a noted artist and illustrator. Toned and soiled. Stains throughout. Light surface creases. Binding holes in left margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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