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WALTER O'KEEFE - AUTOGRAPH 5/31 CO-SIGNED BY: ROBERTA O'KEEFE, ROSE JERMAIN, GEORGE JERMAIN, PAUL JACKELS - HFSID 22619

WALTER O'KEEFE, ROBERTA O' KEEFE and PAUL JACKELS Large sheet of white paper signed by three entertainers and artists Typed letter signed: "Walter O' Keefe", "Roberta O' Keefe" in black ink, "Rose

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WALTER O'KEEFE, ROBERTA O' KEEFE and PAUL JACKELS
Large sheet of white paper signed by three entertainers and artists
Typed letter signed: "Walter O' Keefe", "Roberta O' Keefe" in black ink, "Rose Jermain", "George Jermain", "Still my favorite Cousin, Paul Jackels" and two other unidentified signatures in blue ink, 7¼x10½. One Page. Dated on May 31. American songwriter and entertainer Walter O'Keefe (1900-1983) was born in Hartford, Connecticut. A vaudeville performer early in his career, he moved to New York City and became a syndicated radio humorist, eventually becoming the host of the NBC program Double or Nothing in 1952. A songwriter, he wrote the lyrics for two Broadway shows, Just a Minute (1928) and George White's Scandals (1935-1936), and composed music for several Hollywood films including Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1930) and Under Fiesta Stars (1941). O'Keefe has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work on the radio. Roberta O'Keefe(b. 1927) began as a singer and was given a scholarship to study for opera by a Boston music conservatory but later she stopped taking classes there and started working in musical comedy. Her first important production was the movie "Band Wagon" and later she turned to the stage in the "Of Thee I Sing". Between the two jobs Roberta got married to Walter O'Keefe and soon afterwards she abandoned her career and became a house wife. Rose Jermain. George Jermain. Paul Jackels. Co-signers merit for further research. Normal mailing folds. Light surface creases. Faint stains on verso. Pencil note (unknown hand) on front. Slightly toned. Ink transfer from heading. Otherwise, fine condition.

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