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JUDY GARLAND / AT HOME 1937 (1937)

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Vintage original 10 x 8" (25 x 20 cm.) black-and-white single weight glossy silver gelatin print still photo, USA. After signing a contract with MGM in September 1935 and with the death of her father, Judy Garland and her mother, Ethel Gumm moved to the Los Angeles area known as Mid-Wilshire and rented a large home at 180 S. McCadden. The house is extant and little changed. Of interest is the fact that it is next to the iconic house used for the film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, which, too, is left unchanged. Garland would live here from 1936 through mid-1939, at which time she had a small estate built on Stone Canyon Road in Bel-Air. This would be the home she lived in while making The Wizard of Oz.

Here she is most likely in 1937 sitting on the front lawn of the house facing McFadden, the house in the background. Amongst the films she appeared in at this time were BRoadway Melody of 1938 and Everybody Sing. There is minor edge and corner creasing, ABOUT FINE.

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