Title: Two Autograph and One Typed Letter Signed.
Publisher: New York
Publication Date: 1920
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
3 letters, 5.5 x 8.5", each one page on cheap pulp paper office stationery. Daniel Frohman (1851-1940) was a long time New York theater manager. The three letters here include one to Arthur Hornblow, 1920. Hornblow (1865-1942) was the editor of 'Theatre Magazine' for 25 years (1901-1926). Frohman congratulates Hornblow on the success the magazine has enjoyed and writes about how valuable the magazine is as a reference tool. This letter is typed with a one sentence addition in Frohman's hand. Next is a brief note to "Dear Boggs", Jan. 12, no year, in which Frohman turns down a luncheon invitation. Last is a brief note to "Dear Paul Meyer", April 27, no year, confirming a lunch date. Bookseller Inventory # 5941
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