Ultra-, ultra-rare 10x8-inch black and white portrait in her prime, boldly signed and inscribed in later years in black fine-tip pen. In fine condition. Pretty WAMPAS Baby Star and film starlet June Marlowe left an indelible impression as beloved schoolteacher Miss Crabtree in the Our Gang comedies of the early 1930s. Firm, but tender when dealing with the Little Rascals, she was the ideal schoolboy crush. At the height of her popularity in 1933, the actress married businessman Rodney Sprigg and retired from the Hollywood scene, refusing several offers from Hal Roach to reprise her role. She slipped into complete obscurity, shunning any hint of limelight, and suffering privately with the onset of Parkinson's Disease. This is just the fourth example of her autograph we have seen in 30 years!