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Thirties, because in the Forties she was in the Red Cross, or
something. And after that she never did very much in the way of the
entertainment would. And we didn't ever see--the only actor I can
remember who associated at all with her was Bob Montgomery because he
was running some television program that she appeared, on a few T.V.
shows. Did I know the other people in that world? No.
O.K. As we go on you know, if you remember anybody else you want
to talk about just bring the person up, O.K.? Let's talk about the
Vivian Beaumont Theatre and maybe, I know there's kind of an allied
discussion dealing with the connection of the New York Public Library
and Lincoln Center.
Not much. O.K. I thought in terms of some funds or the new
building at Lincoln Center-
But let's start with the Beaumont. Why don't you, from begining
to end tell, from the point of view of your knowledge of it, the
story of the Vivian Beaumont.
Well, the Vivian Beaumont story is mainly one of disaster.
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