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Framed Typed Letter Signed "Groucho" on personal stationery
Los Angeles, 1965. unbound. 1 page with two horizontal folds, 10 x 7 inches, Los Angeles, October 2, 1965. In this friendly and amusing letter, Marx sends congratulations to Garson Kanin and his wife, Ruth, for the opening of their play, in part: "Dear Gar and Ruth, I was delighted to read Cecil Smith's review in the morning L. A. Times. I would have sent you one of those customary unfunny congratulatory wires, but because of the New York newspaper strike, I didn't know just when the opening night would be. So please accept this as an opening night wire. I'm sure that you're both very happy with the results. I'm a little hurt that you didn't use me in the play. I could have played that elderly woman's grandfather..." Set in a white matte and brown wooden frame measuring 13 x 9.75 inches. Accompanied by the original postmarked envelope, neatly housed in a protective plastic sleeve on the back. Near fine condition.
      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
Last Found On: 2014-12-15           Check availability:      Biblio    


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