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GEORGE F. ABBOTT - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PAUL GREEN, ARTHUR LAURENTS, GUY R. BOLTON, WOODY ALLEN, PADDY CHAYEFSKY, TAD MOSEL, JEAN KERR, PAUL FOSTER, LANFORD WILSON - DOCUMENT 27234

PLAYWRIGHTS: ARTHUR LAURENTS, WOODY ALLEN AND OTHERS
10 signatures from famous playwrights Arthur Laurents, Paul Green, Phil Foster, George Abbott, Jean Kerr, Guy Bolton, Woody Allen, Lanford Wilson, Paddy Chayefsky and Tad Mosel. Signed on a First Day Cover honoring Carl Sandburg
First Day Cover signed: "Arthur Laurents", "Paul Green", "Phil Foster", "George Abbott", "Jean Kerr", "Guy Bolton", "Woody/Allen", "Lanford/Wilson", "Paddy Chayefsky" and "Tad Mosel", 6½x3¾. FDC honoring Carl Sandburg, 13-cent Sandburg stamp affixed, postmarked Galesburg, IL, January 6, 1978, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Among other works, writer/director ARTHUR LAURENTS wrote West Side Story, PAUL GREEN wrote In Abraham's Bosom (1927 Pulitzer in Drama), GEORGE ABBOTT wrote Fiorello (1969 Pulitzer in Drama), JEAN KERR wrote Please Don't Eat the Daisies, GUY BOLTON wrote Anything Goes and Anastasia, WOODY ALLEN wrote Annie Hall (1977 Academy Award), LANFORD WILSON wrote Talley's Folly (1980 Pulitzer in Drama), TAD MOSEL wrote All the Way Home (1961 Pulitzer in Drama) and PADDY CHAYEFSKY wrote Marty (1955 Academy Award). PHIL FOSTER, whose real name was Arthur Cohen, wrote, directed and starred in a number of short films, including the "Brooklyn" series of travelogues. Mosel's signature smudged. Fine condition.

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