[ Anna Lee, Hollywood actress. ] Typed Letter Signed ('Anna Lee') to'Ken' [ Sephton ], discussing a number of topics including her charity the Royal Oak Foundation of California and her work on the soap opera 'General Hospital'.

Anna Lee [ Joan Boniface Winnifrith ] (1913-2004), British-American Hollywood actress, associated with the director John Ford
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1240 North Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, California 90069. 28 April 1981.
SKU: 17751

2pp., 4to. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper, with slight wear at head of second leaf. She begins: 'I always love to receive a letter from England, especially at this time of year when I become especially homesick, thinking of April at home with the bluebells and the primroses out! Your description of the forget-me-nots, tulips, fruit-blossm etc . . . made me more nostalic than ever!' She recalls encountering the recipient 'at the Paul Robeson opening night with all the pickets in front of the theatre!' She discusses 'dear Frank Baker', her sons, her charitable work with The Royal Oak Foundation of California, the soap opera 'General Hospital': 'I have been doing it now for the past three years and really quite enjoy it though it would be very nice to do another picture like HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY . . . but unfortunately they don't make them like that any more!'