DescriptionA Patty Hearst Signed Letter, 1978. Typed on personalized stationery, sent to JW in Beverly Hills, CA, dated "December 28, 1978," reading in part "It is important that you know I / am grateful for your encouragement / and support. There was a time when / I thought no one would ever understand," signed by Hearst in blue ballpoint ink in the lower right corner with a handwritten postscript about being able to thank Wayne in person; with original transmittal envelope; also included is a receipt for a mailgram that Wayne sent to Barbara Walters, dated "11/23/78," reading in part how he believed that "a ruthless group, the Symbionese Liberation Army, could (easily) brainwash one little girl by torture and degradation and confinement;" plus two newspaper clippings about Wayne's views on Hearst and a 'Help Patty Hearst' pamphlet.
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