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What about Mrs. Enid Haupt?
She is interested in public planting. She did give
20 blocks of cherry trees, and she did let me plant cherries
around hospitals and around churches between 59th Street, and
I guess 86th Street, something like that. She is very
generous, but it isn't anything that drives her crazy when
she sees it looking like hell, you know. It drives me
And also the United Nations as you see is building
a whole sort of addition to their building.
I haven't been around there lately.
Yes, but they are going to cover it all up with
grass again, they say. I gave them about 50 azaleas which are
very poorly planted, but will eventually after about
ten years look all right. (laughter)
Now what else is going on here?
(noise of papers being shuffled)
Social events -- Mrs. Brewer is recalling that we
gave a big Christmas party at La Grenouille in December, with
about 100 friends, which caused a great deal of pleasure
What kind of entertainment did you have there?
No entertainment. Music and dancing.
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