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    Showgirls Autographed Photo Lot (Various, 1940s-1950s). Autographed Photos (4) (8" X 10"). Sexploitation.
    Vintage gelatin silver, single and double weight, glossy and matte finish photos of specialty dancers, and an ice skater! The lot includes autographed photos from: Nejla Ates from the Paris Folies Bergere appearing in Son of Sinbad (RKO, 1955) signed "Very Best Wishes, Nejla Ates"; longtime ice skating star Dorothy Lewis, with a Murray Norman, NY photo, autographed "To W. S. (Buster) Samuel, my skating regards, sincerely, Dorothy Lewis"; and two Earl Caroll Theatre dancers with photos by John Reed, Juanita Colteaux, signed "Good luck, Buster !, Sincerely, Juanita Colteaux"; and Carol Rush, signed "Yours truly, Carol Rush, Earl Carroll, 1942." W. S. Samuel ran the Lyric Theatre in Port Neches, Texas in the 1940s. Unrestored autographed photos with an overall very presentable appearance. They may have slight edge wear with small tears, small stains, and corner bumps. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2011
    27th Sunday
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