In the brief letter, the Strike Committee orders members of the Association "to stop playing at once, until further notice." The 1919 strike ended the dominance of theater owners, investors, and producers in New York.
In the message Tallulah apologizes for her lack of correspondence: "Ive [sic] been so busy with the play and Equity meetings that I have not had time to write." She is referring to her work with the Actors' Equity Association.
In the letter Tallulah discusses her work with the Actors' Equity Association, including the current strike: "I joined the Actors Equity because it was the right thing to do. Every member in our show belonged and all the very biggest stars in the...
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