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Typed letter signed by Sonny Eliot, longtime local weathercaster for Channel 4 television and WWJ radio, Detroit.

Detroit 1974 Station letterhead 10.5 x 7.25 and envelope oblong 4 x 8. Letter has light creasing and wear, envelope toned and slit open along one side, flap torn and unglued. Sonny thanks the recipient for writing and " . . . It's always a pleasure to hear from our viewers and to know we are pleasing them in some small way . . . . " Popular, well liked weatherman who is well known for his unique phrasing; for example, when it is both snowing and raining he calls it "snaining," for his knowledge of obscure places and their weather (long before the Internet made research easy), his humor/puns. A unique individual.


Book Id: 98-2541

Price: $8.50

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