Signed Christmas Card

BOND-JACOBS, Carrie (1862 - 1946)

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Place Published: Hollywood
Date Published: 1939

Description: Personalized Christmas card signed in full and dated "1939" beneath a hand-typed sentiment: "Thank you so much for thinking of me at Christmas. Kindest wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year!" Accompanied by the original envelope, measuring 3.5" x 2.5", with her imprinted address "The End of the Road -- Hollywood, California." Excellent condition.

Comments: American songwriter who composed more than 175 pieces of popular music from the 1880s through the early 1940s. She is best remembered for writing the parlor song "I Love You Truly," becoming the first female composer to sell one million copies of a song.

Signed: Y
Binding: unbound
Language: English
Type: Autographs

Book ID: 243832


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