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Autograph letter signed from Tyrone Power, Chicago, to William Jefferson Winter, New Brighton 1915 January 10 Sunday.

Author: Tyrone Power; William Jefferson Winter
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Letter addressed "Dear Willie" and with accompanying envelope addressed to W. Jefferson Winter. Largely concerns movie acting. Refers to Fiske's bankruptcy and his plan to enter the movies; also references Fritzi Scheff's plans to enter the movies: "truly the movies seem to be the only thing - the real thing." Mentions seeing Florence Reed and Fuller Mellish in "The dancing girl."
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Tyrone Power; William Jefferson Winter; Harrison Grey Fiske; Fritzi Scheff; Florence Reed; Fuller Mellish
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Tyrone Power; William Jefferson Winter
OCLC Number: 435496170
Notes: Postmark dated January 11, 1915 but letter dated simply "Sunday," probably refering to Sunday, January 10.
Description: 9 leaves ; 25 x 16 cm.

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Letter addressed "Dear Willie" and with accompanying envelope addressed to W. Jefferson Winter. Largely concerns movie acting. Refers to Fiske's bankruptcy and his plan to enter the movies; also references Fritzi Scheff's plans to enter the movies: "truly the movies seem to be the only thing - the real thing." Mentions seeing Florence Reed and Fuller Mellish in "The dancing girl."

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