DescriptionBruce Lee Handwritten Letter Signed "Bruce" Written to Bob Baker Telling Baker, "Things Live by Moving, and Gain Strength As They Go." Written by Lee to friend, confidante, and fellow Fist of Fury actor Robert "Bob" Baker, one-page (8.25" x 11'; 210 mm x 279 mm) on printed "Jeet Kune Do" personal letterhead stationery featuring gold and red yin and yang symbol and black Chinese characters indicating "Using no way as way" and "Having no limitation as limitation" representing Lee's personal hybrid philosophy on martial arts. Accompanied by original (9" x 4"; 229 mm x 102 mm) transmittal envelope, postmarked from Los Angeles, CA., 16 Sept. 1970, written in Lee's hand, Mr. Bob Baker / 28625 Rochelle Ave. / Hayward, Cal. 94544. Expected folds with minor stains and handling.
During his road to recovery from his back injury, Bruce Lee informs Bob that he's been working out steadily and shares a brief yet inspiring philosophical statement about life and personal growth.
Lee writes in part "Things live by moving and gain strength as they go. Take care my friend, Bruce."
Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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