Highly scarce vintage fountain pen signature on a 4x6-inch pale yellow autograph album page, acquired by inveterate collector Rae Sargent in 1937 and decorated with a magazine image. In good condition. Character actress Lucile Webster Gleason was the wife of James Gleason and the mother of Russell Gleason. She was memorable in films like Girls About Town (1931), Nice Women (1931), I Like It That Way (1934), Women Unafraid (1934), Klondike Annie (1936), Red Lights Ahead (1938), The Higgins Family (1938), Should Husbands Work? (1939), The Covered Trailer (1939), Money to Burn (1939), The Clock (1945), and Don't Fence Me In (1945).