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    Mark Hellinger's Personal Scrapbook with Signed Correspondence from Robert Ripley, Jimmy Durante, Harry Carey Sr., Others. A fascinating set of correspondence filed by Hellinger into his personal scrapbook, amongst his clippings and other memorabilia from 1932-34. Signed letters and notes from Robert Ripley (with doodle), Jimmy Durante, silent star Harry Carey, Sr., Warner Baxter, Sophie Tucker, and others highlight the lot. Signed correspondence from fellow journalists also abound, including letters from Gordon Sinclair, O.O. McIntyre, Arthur Brisbane, Heywood Broun, Reuben Maury, and others. With mild wear to the cover, nicks and corner wear to the scrapbook pages. The internal letters are in overall Very Fine condition. From the Mark Hellinger Archive. Accompanied by James Spence Authentication auction LOA.

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    February, 2009
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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