[Letter] 1922 February 16, New York [to] Alba B. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa. / Irving Berlin.

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Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989. [Letter] 1922 February 16, New York [to] Alba B. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa. / Irving Berlin.

[Letter] 1922 February 16, New York [to] Alba B. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa. / Irving Berlin.

Typescript signed. A letter containing a short anecdote.

1 leaf ; 19 cm.

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