Typed notes signed (x 6) to Thomas Bass,

C.B. Cochran
Publication details: 
between 1927 and 1937.
SKU: 849

English impressario (1872-1951), nicknamed "Cocky", closely associated with Noel Coward, knighted in 1948. All one page, five with the letterhead Charles B. Cochran, 49 Old Bond Street (three 8vo and two 4to), and one, 12mo, with the letterhead of the Midland Hotel, Manchester. One in stamped addressed envelope. All thanking Bass (of 22 Delta Street, Lightbourne, Moston, Manchester) for his letters praising the Manchester performances of Cochran's revue. In the first, of 16 March 1927, Cochran writes "It is very encouraging to feel that one has friends in Manchester who appreciate one's efforts to provide entertainment. These efforts are always sincere, although, of course, their success may vary." In the third, of 16 October 1930, he comments, " "Ever Green" looks like a very big success. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting the Manchester play-goers again shortly." Six items,