Together 2 pages, 4to, on private stationery. Allen tells Spectorsky that he is too busy to contribute to Playboy and thanks him for the midget tape-recorder. -- BROOKS, Louise (1906-1985). Two typed letters signed ("Louise Brooks") to Hugh Hefner and Murray Fisher, Rochester, New York, 1965. Together 2 pages, 4to, with carbon response from Murray Fisher stapled to one letter. Regarding potential projects for the magazine. -- DAVIS, JR., Sammy (1925-1990). Two typed letters signed ("Sammy, Jr.") to Hugh Hefner, n.p., 1962. Together 2 pages, 4to, on private stationery, with carbon correspondence from Hugh Hefner. Discusses getting together with Hefner in Chicago. -- DAVIS, JR., Sammy. Archive of materials relating to Davis' interview conducted by Alex Haley, published in Playboy December 1966. Including lengthy typed manuscript, heavily ammended in several editorial hands, and with taped inserts throughout; typed drafts of the introduction to the interview; cut sheets with significant quotations; and a multitude of clipped typed sections. And with yellow four-book sheets. -- FAIRBANKS, JR., Douglas (1909-2000). One typed letter signed ("Douglas Fairbanks") to A.C. Spectorsky, Kensington, 1960. 1 page, 4to, on private stationery. Fairbanks thanks Spectorsky for sending the November [1960] edition of Playboy to him. -- GLEASON, Jackie (1916-1987). One typed letter signed ("Jackie") to Murray Fisher, n.p., 1962. 1 page, 8vo, on private stationery. Thanking him for the galleys of Gleason's interview for Playboy and mentioning that he made some additions to the interview. -- KELLY, Grace, Princess of Monaco (1929-1982). Telegram to Murray Fisher, Paris, 4 November 1965 [receipt stamp]. 1 page, oblong 8vo. Requesting that changes be made to her interview. -- HEDRON, Tippy (b.1928). Autograph letter signed ("Tippi Hedren") to Editor, crossed out with red pencil with Camp Grounds written above, Universal City, California, 1965. 1 page, 4to, on Universal City Studios stationery. Discussing how she is becoming a "camp" follower. -- MARCEAU, Marcel (b.1923). Typed letter signed ("Marcel Marceau" with flower decoration) to A.C. Spectorsky, Paris, 1971. 1 page, 4to, on private stationery, with carbon response from Murray Fisher. Offering to give Playboy an interview. -- MERMAN, Ethel (1908-1984). Three typed letters signed ("Ethel" and "Ethel Merman") to Hugh Hefner, New York, Beverly Hills, 1962. Together 3 pages, 8vo and 16mo, with carbon correspondence from Hugh Hefner, and a carbon of a letter to James Hill from Merman stapled. Merman thanks Hefner for sending her copies of PLayboy and discusses a painting of her done by James Hill for Playboy. -- COLE, Nat "King" (1919-1965). Black-and-white portrait photograph by Don Bronstein, used in Playboy, November 1956. (15) " /> [ENTERTAINERS]. ALLEN, Steve (1921-2000). Two typed letters signed ("Steve") to A.C. Spectorsky, Sherman Oaks, California, 1960. <I>Together 2 pages, 4to, on private stationery</I>. Allen tells Spectorsky that he is too busy to contribute to <I>Playboy</I> and thanks him for the midget tape-recorder. -- BROOKS, Louise (1906-1985). Two typed letters signed ("Louise Brooks") to Hugh Hefner and Murray Fisher, Rochester, New York, 1965. <I>Together 2 pages, 4to, with carbon response from Murray Fisher stapled to one letter</I>. Regarding potential projects for the magazine. -- DAVIS, JR., Sammy (1925-1990). Two typed letters signed ("Sammy, Jr.") to Hugh Hefner, n.p., 1962. <I>Together 2 pages, 4to, on private stationery, with carbon correspondence from Hugh Hefner.</I> Discusses getting together with Hefner in Chicago. -- DAVIS, JR., Sammy. Archive of materials relating to Davis' interview conducted by Alex Haley, published in <I>Playboy</I> December 1966. Including lengthy typed manuscript, heavily ammended in several editorial hands, and with taped inserts throughout; typed drafts of the introduction to the interview; cut sheets with significant quotations; and a multitude of clipped typed sections. And with yellow four-book sheets. -- FAIRBANKS, JR., Douglas (1909-2000). One typed letter signed ("Douglas Fairbanks") to A.C. Spectorsky, Kensington, 1960. <I>1 page, 4to, on private stationery</I>. Fairbanks thanks Spectorsky for sending the November [1960] edition of <I>Playboy</I> to him. -- GLEASON, Jackie (1916-1987). One typed letter signed ("Jackie") to Murray Fisher, n.p., 1962. <I>1 page, 8vo, on private stationery</I>. Thanking him for the galleys of Gleason's interview for <I>Playboy</I> and mentioning that he made some additions to the interview. -- KELLY, Grace, Princess of Monaco (1929-1982). Telegram to Murray Fisher, Paris, 4 November 1965 [receipt stamp]. <I>1 page, oblong 8vo</I>. Requesting that changes be made to her interview. -- HEDRON, Tippy (b.1928). Autograph letter signed ("Tippi Hedren") to Editor, crossed out with red pencil with Camp Grounds written above, Universal City, California, 1965. <I>1 page, 4to, on Universal City Studios stationery</I>. Discussing how she is becoming a "camp" follower. -- MARCEAU, Marcel (b.1923). Typed letter signed ("Marcel Marceau" with flower decoration) to A.C. Spectorsky, Paris, 1971. <I>1 page, 4to, on private stationery, with carbon response from Murray Fisher</I>. Offering to give <I>Playboy</I> an interview. -- MERMAN, Ethel (1908-1984). Three typed letters signed ("Ethel" and "Ethel Merman") to Hugh Hefner, New York, Beverly Hills, 1962. <I>Together 3 pages, 8vo and 16mo, with carbon correspondence from Hugh Hefner, and a carbon of a letter to James Hill from Merman stapled</I>. Merman thanks Hefner for sending her copies of <I>PLayboy</I> and discusses a painting of her done by James Hill for <I>Playboy</I>. -- COLE, Nat "King" (1919-1965). Black-and-white portrait photograph by Don Bronstein, used in <I>Playboy</I>, November 1956. (15) | Christie's