11" (28 cm.) x 9". Including "Laugh You Son of a Gun" from 1934 "Little Miss Marker", two copies of "Auld Lang Syne (one labeled "Lead") from "Wee Willie Winkie", and two copies of "Lullaby" (one labeled Shirley Temple's Key in C, and the other labeled Shirley's Key in Bb) from "Our Little Girl".
12" (30 cm.) x 10". A folding firm-sided folio with soft blue kidskin cover has silver hinges and accents, beautifully fitted interior with compartments and writing surface, and is silver-lettered "Shirley Temple" on the exterior; along with a firm-sided traveling jewelry box with lock and key, blue silk and velvet lining, lift-out tray, blue leather cover with gilt lettering "S.T." Late 1930s.
7" (18 cm.) A double-linked charm bracelet marked 14 Kt. dangles nine charms (five marked 14 Kt), and with a folding locket that opens to an inscribed message "Happy birthday, April 23, 1938, Love, Alvin" and "Shirley Temple's Story Book". Also included are 25 various charms, of which four are marked 14 Kt.
5" (13 cm.) The very delicate link bracelet has six charms, each related to young Shirley's films, including grand piano from "Bright Eyes", camera on tripod, Bojangles on stairs, movie camera, ice truck, and a Western Union telegram with tiny diamond chip incised "Western Union April 23, 1938, Happy Birthday to you Shirley. The Kirschners".
6" (15 cm.) A dainty silver bracelet with inset pearls dangles seven charms of which two are Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and including a pearl-encrusted carousel horse marked 14 Kt. The bracelet was presented to Shirley Temple by Bojangles in 1938 during their work on "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" and remained one of her cherished childhood gifts.
About 1/2" to 3/4". Including 14 Kt medallion labeled "ShirleyTemple Club Radio Guild, Fox Theatre KFWS"; silver medallion incised "Shirley From NEA"; enameled crest incised "Shirley from NEA"; a gold wreath with garland-enclosed star and dangling cross incised "Shirley" on one side and "Valeur" on the other; and a brooch with blue enamel bordering an image of Shirley, and the words "Sunday Referee, Shirley Temple League". 1930s.
Including brown leather bound copy of Child Star, with gilt embossed lettering and sepia image of Shirley on the cover, and gold page edging, from a limited edition issued in 1996, with Shirley Temple Black autograph and letter from the president of Danbury Mint. And The Shirley Temple Scrapbook by Loraine Burdick, burgundy leather bound with gold embossed lettering and gold page edging, 2001 edition, signed by Shirley Temple Black.
The RCA album recording, circa 1949, comprises three 10" 78 records of Shirley reading an adaptation of the Bambi story as produced by Disney in 1942, "with voices from actual sound film, Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Paul Smith", as noted on each record. According to the album details, this was the first recording ever made by Shirley Temple. The album is preserved in its original paper packaging. Also included are three additional 12" rehearsal recordings from the Sound Department of Walt Disney Productions, with hand-penciled notation "Bambi" and dated 11-17-'47 and Shirley Temple's 1931 edition of the book Bambi by Felix Salter.