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    A Glenn Ford Group of 'Humanitarian' Awards, 1940s-1980s. Four total including: 1) the first one presented to the actor in 1949 by the American Cancer Society Inc. for "Distinguished Service;" 2) the second presented to the actor in 1953 by The United Jewish Appeal for "Distinguished Service;" 3) the third presented to the actor in 1965 by the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Los Angeles for "His many years of / selfless devotion...;" and 4) the fourth presented to the actor in 1985 by the I.M.C. Charity Gala Miami To Benefit Alzheimer's Disease for his "support" and "For the Love of Rita" [Hayworth, who sadly would die from the disease two years later).
    15" x 12" and smaller

    Included with a "Letter of Provenance" signed by Peter Ford, son of Glenn Ford.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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