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    Mickey Mouse Letter to Watch Contestants (Walt Disney/New Haven Dairy, 1933-1935) Condition: VG+. During the years 1933-1935, a number of dairies offered promotional giveaway copies of Mickey Mouse Magazine. Different in format from the later K.K./Western publication of the same title, these small digest publications are difficult to find. Young readers were invited to enter a contest for which the winner would receive a New Haven Mickey Mouse Watch. Attached to the scrapbook page in which it was found, offered here is a Mickey Mouse letter sent to children who had entered the New Haven Dairy contest. Almost always discarded when received, such letters are virtually unknown. With a single fold (as mailed), it would be difficult to imagine a nicer one. Very obscure, very rare. From the Larry Jacobs Collection.

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    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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