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    Marian Marsh's Riding Boots. Worn by Marsh in multiple studio and publicity portraits, these Manfield & Sons tall riding boots can be seen on Marsh in Columbia studio portraits promoting her 1935 film The Unknown Woman. In Good condition, the boots show signs of wear along the front and back of and heavy wear to the soles. Accompanied by a Columbia-issued 8" x 10" portrait of Marsh in the boots, taken by Irving Lippman. From the Marian Marsh Archive.

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    April, 2008
    7th Monday
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