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James Stewart Signed Photo 11×14 – COA JSAGo Back
These photos originated from immense archives. They were part of an acquisition of millions of original photographs as their assets were liquidated. The photographic items in this collection are now available for the first time publicly.
The companies that were liquidated and possible origins (of this lot) include:
Movie Star News: MSN was founded in 1938 in New York City by Irving Klaw and run with his sister Paula until 1999. The business continued to stay in the family via Ira Kramer (Paula’s son). They had a rich archive of over 100,000 original vintage camera negatives from the 1920’s through 1940’s as well as autographs from many of their clients including Michael Jackson. They also had thousands of vintage Hollywood photographs.
Globe Photos: Globe Photos was the Nation’s first pop culture image licensing agency founded in New York City in 1939. Globe’s archive consists of over 10 million pop culture images as well as millions of photo’s, negatives, slides and transparencies
UK Rock Archive: This archive consists of over 250,000 vintage original rock and roll photographs from many of London’s photo agencies from 1960’s through 1990’s. Every major band is featured and many images have never been published previously.
James Stewart was cinema’s quintessential Everyman, a uniquely all-American performer who parlayed his easygoing persona into one of the most successful and enduring careers in film history. This 11 x 14 color photo of James Stewart the move The Spirit of St. Louis. Signature was signed in blue felt and grades 9-10. Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker
The Spirit of St. Louis is a 1957 aviation biography film in CinemaScope from Warner Bros., directed by Billy Wilder, produced by Leland Hayward, that stars James Stewart as Charles Lindbergh. The screenplay was adapted by Charles Lederer, Wendell Mayes, and Billy Wilder from Lindbergh’s 1953 autobiographical account of his historic flight, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1954.