DescriptionHandwritten Howard Hughes' Note to Wife Jean Peters Hughes and his wife had an interesting relationship - separate rooms and communication by handwritten memos. Well, we guess it worked for them (for a few years anyway). Here is an interesting example of their messages to one another. On a lined yellow legal-sized page, undated, Hughes writes: "My Dearest Love, This is just to let you know that I am thinking about you. Please, tonight, remember that every single minute I am loving you. And please for this one night, tell your mind to stay on happy thoughts. I promise that you will feel it was justified. I love you some more. Teahouse with Brando is on. Maybe you would like to try a few feet of it. I will send a smoke signal about eleven. I still love you more, Howard." No doubt, his reference is to The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) which starred Marlon Brando. Howard Hughes was really a fan of old movies, even to the point of buying TV stations where he lived to guarantee that at least one station would stay on late showing vintage films. Jean Peters replies: "Dearest Love - I will remember you are loving me. I love you too. I'm watching Secret Agent - I await your call - Love J." As usual, the rest of the writing is by Hughes and it bounces around as to subject matter. At least a few of these notes are about Jose Ferrer, but one particular sentence is attention-getting. Written upside down inside his first message, Hughes writes: "If I am boatless, I may kill myself." A large amount of writing in Howard Hughes hand, a first-name signature, a movie review, a love letter to his wife and more. This item really needs to be in your collection. Fine condition. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.
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