these were part of my grandfathers possessions when he came back from World War II. I have approximately 57 different signatures and none of them on photos. All were signed on paper or cards from the canteen and the Hollywood Bowl. He was a no-nonsense kind of guy and he was stationed in California for a while as a welder for The Fighting Seabees. I think that these range from 1942 to 45. I thought I will keep it simple by posting just two of them until I've gotten a few replies telling me what I'm looking at. I assume that they were signed for him during plays. A couple actually use his name before the signature. I also have basil Rathbone, Esther Williams, Dan Seymour, Alan Ladd, Lon Chaney Edmund Lowe, Helen Broderick, Marjorie Wood, and many others. Many on the same paper. Any extra information would be very much appreciated, I'm just trying to get some information and verification.