mrsl wrote:What 'papers' does Mary Wickes have to store until 2027?
Mary Wickes leaves her personal papers and professional memorabilia to Washington University Libraries Department of Special Collections. Wickes' papers will join scripts and papers by Tenessee Williams and A.E. Hotchner to enrich the drama and theater resources in the Modern Literature Collection. Wickes' bequest also includes a gift of $2 million, which will be used by the Libraries to support the University's evolving curriculum in film studies.
mongoII wrote:In 1941 Anthony Quinn's 3 year old son Christopher drowned in the pond.
Vecchiolarry wrote:Third - I was once told that brassierless cups a la Miss Bara were kept on by a tree resin called "ungantine", which was natural, non-poisonous and didn't chafe.... Crazy glue without all the sticky problems.
Betty Blythe told me this and she should know; have you ever seen
knitwit45 wrote:Judith, it smelled like petroleum and gasoline, and was a very "dry" smell. I remember when the tube and then spray bottle was out, you were deemed "wounded"! And the darn band-aids wouldn't stick to the surrounding skin if you got over enthusiastic applying it.
what a bunch of memories that brings back. I was the roller skating/ unguantine queen of the neighborhood!!!
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