Connecticut: 1932. unbound. Autographed letter signed in full by the opera and film star whose dynamic stage persona earned her a following of 'Gerryflappers' in the early 20th Century. This gracious thank you note was written to a newspaper columnist in response to a kind review. Four pages on personal stationery, 5.25" x 4". Connecticut, February 29, 1932.
"...It's most kind of you to have had me in mind--and in your column! I thank you for the note that enclosed your sentiments--it will go into my scrapbook to add to the many happy expressions from friends on this auspicious occasion..."