Huntington, NY: 1940. 13.5 x 10.5-inch black-and-white photo of Rand dancing nude with huge feather props -- The Paramount, Huntington, New York, October 6, no year, circa 1940. Inscribed on the left side: "Best Wishes Sally Rand N.Y. Paramount, Oct. 6th." Matted in white and set in a silver frame measuring 20.25 x 17.5 inches. Two small creases, but still in very good condition. American burlesque dancer and actress.
Philadelphia: 1937. 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...
Screen Art, 1951. Original poster. Lithograph. Measures 41.5" x 28". Colorful poster for the obscure 1951 film "Broadway Burlesque" made by the Screen Art production company. Features illustrations of burlesque girls. advertises 'Best in Burlesque. Girls who will dazzle you! Girls who will excite you! Girls who will make you squirm! Saucy Tantalizing Glamorous.' Poster is in great condition, minor wear at fold.