In the letter Eugenia praises her sister's role in THE SQUAB FARM (Tallulah's first Broadway play): "Gee, Tally. I can see you on the stage now! You sure are a lucky devil! Think of me tonight when you go on - I wish I was there to see you." She...
In the letter Abramson discusses his work with Tallulah on the film WHEN MEN BETRAY: "It was a real pleasure I assure you to work with you, and now that it is all over I can quite realize that our little spats were not meant at all. There is no...
In the letter McDonald sends Tallulah a picture of herself, which he found in a German dugout. He also discusses his background, the work of his company, and the war-torn French countryside: "So far to date, we have not been in any real pretty part...
In the letter Yasuda discusses the upcoming production of one of Tallulah's plays in Japan; the audiences are anticipating her visit: "...although your play has never been shown in here, there are so great many ardent admirers who have obliged me...
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