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Marjorie Lawrence - Inscribed Photograph Signed 05/07/1938

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Entertainment Genre Opera
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MARJORIE LAWRENCE Sepia toned photograph of the Australian opera star inscribed to a fan with her best wishes while in New York in 1938. Extremely rare! Photograph inscribed and signed: "Dr Milton Kronovet/with all best wishes/Marjorie Lawrence/N. York 7-5-38". Sepia, 8x10. Marjorie Lawrence (1907-1979), an operatic soprano from Australia, was renowned for her interpretations of Wagner. She created a sensation at the Metropolitan Opera on January 12, 1936 when, as Brunhilde in Gotterdamerung, she not only rode instead of led her horse across the stage, but - against everyone's advice - charged it into the flames of the funeral pyre in the final scene. Slightly creased and soiled. Mounting paper remnants on verso (no show through). Edges and corners slightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition. - Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 203712

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