no place: no publisher, [1950s?]. Four-panel, 8.5x11 inch publicity brochure featuring b&w photos of the Hungarian actress/singer, comments by leaders of various Women's Clubs, etc., lightly-worn and toned.
Szeleczky was a major star in Hungary and performed for troops as the Soviets invaded. She faked her own suicide as she was charged by the Soviets with treason and escaped to Italy where she worked on stage and in film. In the late 1940s-1980s she immigrated to the US.