BERLIN IRVING [1888 , 1989], Russian-born... - Lot 282 - Oger - Blanchet

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BERLIN IRVING [1888 , 1989], Russian-born... - Lot 282 - Oger - Blanchet
BERLIN IRVING [1888 , 1989], Russian-born American composer and lyricist. Set of 2 signed typed letters addressed to Gene Fowler. Dated February 15 February 1955 and March 23, 1955. He mentions his work in Hollywood. "I did a stretch in Hollywood for about three years and came back completely exhausted, so am trying to take it easy now"; "Harry Brand did thank me and explained your delay in replying to my note. [...] I, too, have been under the weather the past month, but with me it's usually a let-down after a snow of hard work in hollywood. I once said to Irving Hoffman that I used to wonder where my next song hit was coming from and I worry where my next good night's sleep is coming from. It's amazing how low you can get and how black the world can look when you don't feel weel regardless of what so-called material things may be staring you in the face.
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