Autograph Letter Signed, 3 adjoining pages 8vo, n.p. (but postmarked Hartford, Connecticut), February 17, 1944. KATHARINE HEPBURN.
Autograph Letter Signed, 3 adjoining pages 8vo, n.p. (but postmarked Hartford, Connecticut), February 17, 1944.
Autograph Letter Signed, 3 adjoining pages 8vo, n.p. (but postmarked Hartford, Connecticut), February 17, 1944.
KATHARINE HEPBURN

(1907-2003) American actress. An iconic star of American film, television and stage, widely recognized for her sharp wit, New England gentility and fierce independence.

Autograph Letter Signed, 3 adjoining pages 8vo, n.p. (but postmarked Hartford, Connecticut), February 17, 1944.

Hepburn declines to grant an interview to Charlotte Buchwald. "Dear Miss Buchwald - I am sorry that I shall not be able to see you as I shall be in California by the time you receive this note - In any event I am sure that M.G.M. could help you out with anything you needed - After the Life article & the Saturday Evening Post one - there is little left to be said unless I eventually did one myself - in the more distant futur [sic] - I am sorry that I cannot be of any real help to you - but I just couldn't face going over a lot of material again - and I have not got the time - Yours faithfully Katharine Hepburn." With holograph envelope.

Charlotte Buchwald was a former editor of performing arts mag Back Stage, died in her Manhattan home on July 29. She was 96. She edited the weekly publication 1961 to 1976. Under her maiden name, Charlotte Buchwald, she was a radio commentator and writer for WMCA and WNEW in New York.

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Price: $500.00

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