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Back in the day, before we civilians could chat with the famous people via the Twitter machine, there weren’t many ways to interact with celebrities. One would have to write a fan letter to a star, find out which studio the star was associated with, mail it with fingers and toes crossed, then — if all went swimmingly — expect an envelope with an actual autographed photograph inside, in the far from immediate future. It must have been thrilling, checking the mail box every day, hoping that day would be the big day.

That’s just what Reddit user rumpie‘s grandmother did. And, boy, was she ever successful. The teen fan girl wrote to the movie stars of her youth in the ‘40s and ‘50s, requesting signed photos. Lucky Rumpie found her awesome scrapbook of autographs while cleaning out her estate and was kind enough to share with the world. Just… wow.