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    A Frank Sinatra Archive of Paperwork and Other Documents, 1970s-1990s. A random and miscellaneous assortment from the singer's home files including items such as: newspaper clippings, magazines, concert itineraries, Friar's Club newsletters, sheet music, travel notes, invitations to various functions, notes to staff, diet instructions, typed song lists for concerts, place cards [for dinner parties that Frank and Barbara hosted at their various homes], mass cards, letters to Sinatra, personalized notepaper (some with handwritten notes, mainly from Barbara to Frank), maps, calendars, gift tags, mail receipts, concert programs, and the like; all related to Ol' Blue Eyes and all deemed important enough to save by the singer's staff over the decades.
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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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