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    Walt Disney Signed Letter to Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee (1960). An interesting letter from Walt Disney to the Screen Director's Guild Executive Secretary, from when Walt was involved with the Squaw Valley/Lake Tahoe Winter Olympics games, raising funds for special aluminum flag poles. This is on the Winter Olympics Organizing Committee stationery, hand-signed as Walt in blue ink at the bottom of this 8.5" x 11" sheet. Pay special attention to the list of dignitaries listed on the left side; in addition to Chairman Walt Disney, we see TV personality Art Linkletter, airline president Terrell Drinkwater, baseball superstar Bill Henry, and several other important names. A second letter is included, with information about purchasing poles to be installed at the Olympics ceremonies. Both have two holes punched at top, and with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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