Typed letter signed from the important singer and actress, regarding a back injury and her activities in wartime. 1 p., May 20, 1942. Farrar writes: "Dear Alice; To you and Charles, go my thanks and appreciation of your thought and the charming expressions of your sympathy. It has been so absurd to have a kink in the back, for having been 'leg-lazy' all the years I was busy at the larynx actives; I must persist, however, due to the gas ration that is slim [...] So I shall attempt the bikes in due time with less enthusiasm." She goes on to thank her correspondents for their offer to pick her up for a visit, and reports on the illness of her cook. On her Ridgefield, Connecticut letterhead. Slightly wrinkled with some toning; overall fine. 7.25 x 10.5 inches (18.5 x 26.7 cm).
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