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Bing Crosby Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine Cover

Crosby, Bing  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine Cover
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Crosby, Bing Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine Cover
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Crosby, Bing  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine CoverCrosby, Bing  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine CoverCrosby, Bing  Color Photo 1948 Signed Autograph New York Sunday Magazine Cover
This item is a 10 1/2" X 15" cover from The New York Sunday News Magazine from November 7, 1948. Please note this is the front cover ONLY-there is no complete newspaper magazine. The cover features a vintage color photo of actor Bing Crosby.Crosby, Bing 1903–77, American singer and film actor, b. Tacoma, Wash., as Harry Lillis Crosby. He sang with dance bands from 1925 to 1930 and in 1931 began work in radio and films. Crosby gained enormous popularity for his “crooning” style and was an important influence on the development of American popular singing. In 1944 he won an Academy Award for his performance in Going My Way. Crosby's other notable films include numerous “Road” movies costarring Bob Hope, The Country Girl (1955), High Society (1956), and Stagecoach (1966). The color photo has been autographed on the front by Bing Crosby with a fountain pen in red.................BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION................