Among his myriad accomplishments, singer/actor Al Jolson (d.1950) will always be remembered for ushering in the era of "talkies" with his performance in the 1927 sound film "The Jazz Singer". Pick a Jolson forget-me-not with this boldly signed album page. This clean and solid page is affixed with a period photo clipping of the early 1900s mega-star and features an arresting ("8-9") strength Jolson autograph.
Clap your hands and tap your feet, because Robinson (d.1949) is still here with this precious signature cut. Robinson's autograph ("6-7") appears on a 4-1/2 x 1-1/4" cut adhered to a 5-1/2 x 4-1/2" album page, that also features a period photo clipping and the collector written notation "He said to me - do you want an autograph or don't you?". The reverse side of the album page also bears an autograph of comedic actress Joan Davis ("6", d.1961).
Auction LOA from JSA accompanies.