Tag: Zeigfeld Follies

  • Three Tragic Lives

    Three Tragic Lives

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    Three women of extraordinary beauty, talent, and wealth whose lives could be the outline for an anthology of tragic short stories are portrayed in this remembrance. Two were dead before age 50, the other shunned by the world. Helene Held, Nance O’Neil, and Gaynor Rowlands are forgotten today but postcard collectors know their faces and…

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In the summer ‘67 there were as many people who thought the world was coming apart as there were people who thought the world was coming together. The place where much of this thinking took place was San Francisco. There was one problem; those thinking “together” wanted to do it in a way that those thinking “apart” did not like. Nevertheless, the “Summer of Love” is fondly remembered!

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