I own the original letter, along with the actual bow tie that George Ullman "secured" for Mrs. Oaks.
Since none of Valentino's clothing and accessories were sold at the auction, I ask just how did Mr. Ullman "secure" one of Rudy's bow ties? The answer is easy. He stole it. Not only did he take ties and sell them off in a drip...drip... drip fashion, he also stole furniture, artifacts and miscellaneous items from the estate of Rudolph Valentino. I have evidence of his selling these items on the black market for 30 years (1956) after the death of Rudy.
Alberto and the Valentino family had no evidence of this until I provided it to them.
Let there be no doubt; S. George Ullman was not an honest man. He wasn't above dishonest behavior when it would benefit his pocketbook.
And that's the truth.