DescriptionA Tyrone Power Handwritten Letter, Circa 1950s. On monogrammed (and crested) stationery, penned in black foutain pen ink, dated "Wednesday," written by the heartthrob when he was performing on Broadway at some point ["I do not leave the / theatre on matinee days..."], reading in part "Dear Miss Humphrey-Davis - / Thank you very much / for sending 'round the book of / poetry.../ I am prompted to ask whether / the lines were underlined by / my father...," letter continues on with Power wanting her phone number (lucky girl!), signed in the lower right corner "Tyrone Power;" with original fold marks evident.
10" x 7"
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