New York: 1937. unbound. 1 page, 11 x 7.25 inches, New York, June 11, 1937. In this letter, Warner turns down a request, in full: "Thanks for your letter of the 8th inst. I regret exceedingly that there is nothing I can do for you in this direction, at this time." Horizontal folds; very good(+) condition.
Polish-born American film executive and pioneer who was one of the founders of Warner Brothers Pictures, with brothers Harry, Sam and Jack. He served as the studio's treasurer until 1956. Albert was never President of Warner Brothers Pictures, yet he often represented himself in this manner when conducting business on behalf of his brothers and the studio.