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    Phil Spector Mini-Archive. This lot of letters, contracts, sheet music, and other documents was obtained from Phil Spector's mother, Bertha. Included is an acceptance letter to Spector from the American Guild of Authors and Composers; a post office receipt in Spector's handwriting; signed management contracts for each member of Spector's first band, the Teddy Bears; an unsigned Artist Royalty for "Harvey Phillip Spector"; a power of attorney contract for for the Teddy Bears as a group; a printed copy of the music for "Don't You Worry My Little Pet"; an envelope addressed to Spector from the Selective Service (letter not included); a songwriters royalty scale contract (specimen copy); A "Perry Como Show" rehearsal schedule for the Teddy Bears' January 3, 1959 appearance on the show; an envelope addressed to Spector from Dore Records (no letter); an unused Dore label for "To Know Him Is To Love Him" with a small center hole; typewritten lyrics to "To Know Him Is To Love Him"; a Hearings Daily work sheet signed by Spector; an envelope labelled "The Teddy Bears Paid Bills, Cancelled Checks, Etc. Year 1958" which includes said items plus used tram tickets from a trip to Toronto in December 1959; a flyer from ERA Records promoting Tony and Joe; a group of four legal letters; and a letter dated 1989 to Spector from American Express thanking him for the use of the Ronette's "Be My Baby" in a commercial. Items are in overall great condition with light to moderate amounts of wear. With COA from PSA/DNA. From the GRT Collection

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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