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    Two Joan Crawford Personal Autograph Letters Signed "Joan" to Clifton Webb. Each of these letters are handwritten on Joan Crawford's personal, monogrammed notepaper, 6" x 7.5" folded, and are four pages in length. The first starts with: "My dearest, precious, adorable, sweet, personal, private, poopsie..." and is intensely personal in content. These two people were obviously very dear friends. The second has a touching paragraph, in part: "My heart ached when we said good bye. There were so many many things I wanted to say but my throat was too full and tears were so near I dared not speak, even now I cannot put into words how we miss you. It's a blessing I didn't go to the station for I would have created a scene..." A great opportunity to own two incredible Crawford letters. Both are in excellent condition with original mailing folds. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    8th Saturday
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