A letter from Joyce Compton to Richard Lamparski, author of the popular "Whatever Happened To..." books, together with a photo she sent along with it.
Vintage Original glossy, Double-Weight photo with borders of JOYCE COMPTON from the 1940 film, “SKY MURDER” taken by photographer, CLARENCE SINCLAIR BULL.
“Dear Mr. Lamparski,Yes, I think we could get together for a taped interview when you come to Calif. in Feb. You may phone me at State 4-1243. Best time to reach me about 8:30 A.M. We will arrange the day- place- my home- time- early afternoon – o.k?No, my real name is Joyce Compton. 'Tis the name given me at birth & I have never used any other. I like my own! Seems there was an actress by the name of Eleanor Hunt though.Will look forward to meeting you--Best regards in the mean time--JOYCE COMPTON”Note: JOYCE COMPTON wrote this letter to RICARD LAMPARSKI, a well-known author who interviewed the movie stars, and wrote several books on the stars. Letters written to him are highly collectible.