MARGARET MITCHELL She writes to close friend and fellow author Edwin Granberry about his new play, and mentions several prominent US actors and writers, including Alexander Woolcott and the Lunts. Typed Letter signed: "Margaret", 2 pages (front and verso), 7¼x10½. Atlanta, Georgia, 1941 February 3. On personal letterhead to "Dear Edwin and Mabel" [Granberry], in full: "The combination of Bretaigne Windust and Roual Pene duBois gave us as much delight as it did you. The show can't hep being 120 proof with two such names. I was inclined to agree with Frank Sullivan to agree with Frank Sullivan, however, and will have to see these two gentlemen myself before I believe in their names. We were so happy and proud at the good news and hope you will have time to keep us posted on progress. Naturally, we are bursting to know what the Lunts think. I am sorry they are on tour now because that will probably delay their decision, as their time is pretty well occupied with long jumps and one-night stands. Do I understand that the interest of Mr. W. and Mr. DuB. Means that someone has bought the play or intends to produce it if they can get the right stars? We hope so ardently for the Lunts and can hardly wait to know what happens. read more...
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ALICE STONE BLACKWELL - STOCK CERTIFICATE SIGNED 07/07/1911 CO-SIGNED BY: FRANCIS J. GARRISON, CATHARINE WILDE - HFSID 226257ONE SHARE OF "THE PROPRIETORS OF THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL" CORPORATION OWNED BY THE NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION ALICE STONE BLACKWELL. Stock Certificate signed: "Alice Stone read more...
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