LAUREL AND HARDY LETTERHEAD - HANDWRITTEN

                Hal E. Roach Studio,
                CULVER CITY. CALIF.
                U.S.A. Sept. 20th '32.

Hello Bill [Jacobs]!
    I met Dave Beekler in N.Y. He gave me your address - wish you would drop in at the studio - would love to see you. Am starting a new picture tomorrow, come & have lunch with me - any way-
    all news when I see you-
                Yours as ever!
Stan Signature

LAUREL AND HARDY LETTERHEAD - HANDWRITTEN EXCERPT

                718, No. Bedford Drive,
                Beverly Hills, Calif.
                U.S.A.
                Sept.19th.'32.

My Dear Lena [Morton]-
    Dad gave me your sweet letter before I sailed - so sorry I was unable to drop by to see you all. I would have been thrilled to death - but hope you realise just how impossible it was. It certainly is good to hear from you after all these years & your letter brought back lots of happy memories - I got a big laugh out of you telling about you being my only audience at my little theatre - you must have been bored to death - I am enclosing you a photo of you & I taken about that time at Ayton House - I've had it for many years...
                As ever:-
Stan Laurel Signature

LAUREL AND HARDY LETTERHEAD - HANDWRITTEN

                Hal E. Roach Studio,
                Culver City. Calif. U.S.A.
                Sept.30th.'32.

Dear Friend Eric-
    Our mail was so heavy, impossible to handle - we shipped it back home - unopened. Hence delay in rely to your letter. Certainly appreciate your kind thoughts - wish we had had the pleasure of visiting Derby. I played there quite a few years ago - & as you realise our trip was short & we couldn't go everywhere. Glad to hear "Jailbirds" did so well. Hope you will like "Pack Up Your Troubles" our next full length picture. Again my thanks-
                With best wishes always!
Stan Laurel Signature                     L&H.


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