Typed letter signed, "Handy Brothers Music Co., Inc." stationary - with the tagline "Genuine American Music", 1 1/2 pages, 8,5 x 11 inch, 1.03.1946, letter warns a young composer about the rough and tumble music business. Lengthy letter reads in part: "...competition is so keen...Now, you know Columbia and (NBC) are building up their own organization...I am not trying to discourage you, simply stating facts and if yours goes through consider yourself lucky...", signed in blue ballpoint, expected light letter fold and paper clip mark to the left top corner of the first page - in very fine condition.
|Profession||blues composer and musician - he was widely known as the "Father of the Blues"|
|Size in inch (1 inch = 2.5 cm)||8,5 x 11|
|Type of Autograph||letters|
|Expert comment||Keine Angabe|
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