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    Amos 'n' Andy - Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll Signed Agreement. A single-page letter on RKO Radio Pictures letterhead, dated August 24, 1932, countersigned by Gosden and Correll in black and blue ink, respectively. The letter references a 1930 contract relating to the movie Check and Double Check, the only Amos 'n' Andy feature film ever made, and is accompanied by sheet music for the song "Three Little Wishes", featured in the movie. The letter is in Fine to Very Fine condition with mailing creases, light creases to the corners and edges, mild to moderate overall toning, and staple holes to the top left corner; the sheet music is in Fine condition with a split cover, mild top moderate wear and toning, and some creases and tears along the edges. Accompanied by James Spence Authentication auction LOA.

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    April, 2010
    9th-11th Friday-Sunday
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