Philadelphia: 1937. unbound. 2 pages on personal stationery (with a matching envelope), 8.5 x 5.5 inches, Philadelphia, May 26, 1937. Written to Pine at Cecil B. DeMille Productions (part of Paramount Studios), regarding a publicist, in part: "...This will introduce Arthur Cohn, the finest publicity man I know. He produced the most productive campaign ever launched for me. He was with Warner Brothers for the past seven years when he was transferred to a position he feels does not offer him the latitude and opportunity for his best work, which is exploitation. As you know, my experience with people in this capacity is pretty wide. Upon them has depended the income which I enjoy..." Natural fold; very good(+) condition.
Burlesque dancer and actress most noted for her ostrich feather fan dance and Balloon bubble dance.