“Forgotten Hollywood”- Animal Crackers Up For Auction…

Posted on March 30, 2015 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…Shirleytemple_young

   Costumes, toys, photos, and autographs from Shirley Temple’s 1930s motion picture career are touring the nation. A spokeswoman for the late actress said Monday that a collection of keepsakes from Temple’s time in Hollywood will be exhibited at museums across the country before being put up for auction in July.                  SHIRLEY TEMPLE —–>

   Publicist Cheryl Kagan says the traveling exhibition will begin on April 30th at the Strong Museum in Rochester, New York. Among the items on view will be a baby grand piano inscribed by Theodore Steinway and a child-size race car that was a gift from Bill Bojangles Robinson, along with Temple’s autograph collection and costumes from her various films.

   The exhibit will travel to Boston, New Jersey, California, and Texas before the July 14th auction in Kansas City, Missouri. Shirley Temple died last year in February.


Azusa_Pacific_University_(logo)   Azusa Pacific University is the latest location that carries the Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. The Hugh and Hazel Darling Library will carry both of my paperbacks. With over 6,500 students, APU’s undergraduate student body is the largest in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, and the second largest evangelical undergraduate student body in the United States.

   In the fall of 2009, Azusa Pacific University acquired a collection of antiquities, including five fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls and five first-edition prints of the King James Bible.

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   It’s the 89th library to carry Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, and the 47th to own Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. Overall, 107 literary branches carry a combination of both works.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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