New York, 1976. unbound. 1 page, 7 x 6 inches, New York, July 8, 1976, written eight months before her death to journalist John Mariani, in part: "...Of course I remember you. I sent you a copy of your first letter to Bucky and I believe she wrote me that she had talked to you about it. I would love to see you and Bucky, but I am going through the paintings of my apartment - new stove, ovens, etc. - and I just have no idea when it will be completed; so it is impossible for me to commit myself now. How nice for you that you had such a delightful interview with Olivia [de Havilland]. She is indeed very charming and very articulate." One horizontal fold but still in fine condition. Accompanied by the original postmarked envelope with Crawford's return address printed on the back. America film and television actress whose illustrious career spanned over four decades.
(Inventory #: 273070)
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