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    A Jean Harlow, Thelma Todd and Others Signed Autograph Book, 1932-1933. With a green and black cover, inside cover has a black fountain pen ink inscription reading "To Maureen / Mary Trefon / Dec 25 1932," inside pages mostly signed in black fountain pen ink by stars including (in alphabetical order): George Brent, "Jim" Cagney, Charley Chase, Olivia De Havilland, Dorothy DeBorba, Oliver Hardy, Jean Harlow, Stan Laurel (who added "Merry Xmas Maureen!"), Robert Montgomery, Dickie Moore, Zasu Pitts, and Thelma Todd (a quite rare signature), among a few others. (Please note the Laurel & Hardy page is heavily stained and torn, all other pages are yellowed and fragile due to age, and the binding of the book is now loose.)
    4 1/2" x 5 1/2"

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
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