Highly uncommon signature in blue marker on a 3x5-inch pale yellow card, acquired in-person in the early 1980s and decorated with a small magazine image. In very good condition. The gorgeous blonde actress was memorable in the true crime flick The Boston Strangler (1968), and had regular roles on T.V.'s "Executive Suite" (1976-1977), "Search for Tomorrow" (1977), "One Day at a Time" (1977) and "A Different World" (1981-1982). In 1988, she was fatally stabbed in her sleep by her deranged husband, Broadway producer Norman Kean, who subsequently leaped 15 stories to his death from the roof of their apartment building. DonHowe was only 54 and her autograph is rather scarce in any format.