1961 TYPED LETTER SIGNED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT RELATING TO "THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE"1001
On offer: Bert Mackay of John Ford Productions writes in a September 1, 1961 typed letter signed to Jeanette Nolan; "Re: Employment....relating to the motion picture photoplay tentatively entitled "THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE". Nice ephemera relating to one of the most famous movies ever made. Signed in ink by both parties. 1pp. Two uniform holes for filing at the top and old staple hole and some light crinkling but overall G.
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