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    Marian Marsh Correspondence From Jack L. Warner, George Arliss, Ralph Morgan, Val Guest, Faith Baldwin, and More. This packet of correspondence to Marian Marsh includes a February 17, 1937 letter from Jack Warner on his personal stationery (signed in full), a May 11, 1934 letter from George Arliss on his personal stationery (signed in full), an invitation to the wedding of Ralph Morgan's daughter, a telegram invitation to a party at Hal Roach's home, telegrams and a letter from Val Guest (later a director of such films as The Creeping Unknown, then a publicist), a signed-in-full note from novelist Faith Baldwin and letters from agent Jack Sherrill. In overall Very Good condition. Jack Warner's letter, which expresses condolences to Marian on the loss of a loved one, comes in a Warner Bros.-First National studio envelope with a red-stamped "plug " for Black Legion. From the Marian Marsh Archive. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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