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    A Judy Garland Address Book, Circa 1965. Standard 'Eaton's At-A-Glance Tel-Address' book, with black cardboard covers, sections separated by alphabet tabs, most entries handwritten in blue ballpoint ink which may be Garland's methodical printing (though this is not confirmed as her writing samples on file are always in cursive); listing a number of people in the star's life such as (in alphabetical order): Harold Arlen, Arlene Dahl, Eddie Fisher, Barney Glassman, Marvin Hamlish, Eleanor Lambert, Irving Lazar, Liberace, Sid Luft, Roddy McDowall, Steve McQueen, Liza Minelli [sic], Marvin Paige, Marc Rabwin, Martha Raye, Sebring [Jay, the doomed hairdresser], Travilla, and Vidal Sassoon, among a few others; one entry is definitely penned in Garland's hand, that of "Gene Palumbo."
    8 1/2" x 6"


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    July, 2012
    24th Tuesday
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