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Cohen, Mickey. Archive of (8) autograph letters signed (ca. 1965-69).

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:600.00 USD Estimated At:600.00 - 800.00 USD
Cohen, Mickey. Archive of (8) autograph letters signed (ca. 1965-69).
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31. Cohen, Mickey. Archive of (8) autograph letters signed ("Mickey", "Meyer Harris Cohen" and "Mick"), all handwritten written in red ink, blue ink and pencil to "Voy" (Lieut. Voy Kay of the Los Angeles Police Department) on (8 x 10.5 in.; 203 x 266 mm.) lined notebook paper. Dates range from 15 August 1965 through 14 August 1969. All letters accompanied by original transmittal envelopes. Letters exhibit typical folds and handling; one letter exhibits toning due to contact with newspaper. 4 December 1966: ...I received the denial of my parole this past Friday night...if you don't want to waste time writing to me any more, I will understand, and I truly wouldn't blame you. (What's the use of writing to a dead man) I am dead, and will never make it out to ever see you again... 1 February 1967: I am in an awful turmoil, and nervous as hell... What has happened to our loved Country? And its sense of fair play, and human decency to every individual American? Cohen material is uncommon; these full handwritten letters are a significant find. $600 - $800