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    Three Telegrams to Marilyn Monroe and a Note of Regret from Her. The lot includes a telegram from Arlene Francis, dated January 2, 1960, asking Monroe to appear on the Ninth Annual Television Marathon for Cerebral Palsy; a telegram from Lew Schreiber, executive manager of 20th Century-Fox, dated April 10, 1960, notifying Monroe she must report the next day at Fox's studios in Los Angeles for a wardrobe check for Let's Make Love, and resume work on the film the day after the wardrobe check; a telegram from Owen McLean, executive Head of Talent at 20th Century-Fox, dated November 15, 1961, notifying Marilyn to report to him at the studio "on or before three-thirty pm November 15, 1961." The last telegram has the name "Arthur Jacobs." Monroe's publicist, added in pencil. All three telegrams are addressed to Monroe's 444 East 57th St. New York City address. Also enclosed is a typed 5" x 8" note of regret dated 10/1 (no year), addressed to "Jerry," noting "...Arthur and I already have an engagement for October 8th which we must keep," concluding with the typed name "Marilyn." All four items are in Excellent condition. Accompanied by a COA from John Reznikoff, PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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