Living legends of Black Hollywood: yesterday; 1985 calendar [inscribed and signed by Esvan Mosby]
by L.A. - D.C. Connection, Jerry Leibowitz, Esvan Mosby et al.
Los Angeles: L.A. - D.C. Connection, Inc, 1984. Calendar. [24p] 11x8.5 inches landscape format, monthly calendars illustrated with vintage b&w photos of African American film and stage stars, personal inscription signed by Esvan Mosby at his entry (March) very good in stapled glossy white pictorial wraps. Incsribed to his "beautiful relatives" signed and dated 2-13-85. Mosby was the second Honorary Mayor of Central Avenue and was a promoter/booking agent for African American entertainers in West Coast Clubs including The Three Chocolateers who popularized "Peckin'" the 1930s dance craze. (Inventory #: 208653)
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