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Published by Printed for the purchaser, and for sale, 65 Walnut st. in Philadelphia, New York, 141 Fulton st. [etc .
Written in English

  • Elssler, Fanny, 1810-1884.

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    StatementThe earlier part of her life compiled from "Bell"s Life in London," and replete with anecdotes related by an English gentleman ... and also from a number of the American papers. Selected and comp. by a lady of this city.
    ContributionsA lady of this city.
    LC ClassificationsGV1785.E4 L5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6586640M
    LC Control Number16009701

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    "Myrna Loy has found an ideal biographer in Emily Leider, a gifted writer who loves film history and knows how to mine the field for the kind of details that help her paint a full and rounded picture of her subject." --Leonard Maltin, film critic/historian "A masterful tribute to MGM's subtlest star."--David Stenn, author of "Bombshell: The Life.   This beautiful recollection from Eva Maze describes her life as an impresario, working and rubbing shoulders with many famed dancers and companies. Here’s a bit from the press release: The rich life of a woman committed to a professional vision ahead of its time, filled with glamour, excitement, and adventure is truly remarkable.

    Emile Ardolino directed this treacly sequel to Three Men and a middle-aged trio of doting fathers -- Peter the architect (Tom Selleck), Michael the cartoonist (Steve Guttenberg) and Jack the actor -- have returned, sublimating their swinging bachelor instincts in order to raise 5-year-old Mary (Robin Weisman).The child of Jack and Sylvia (Nancy Travis), Mary was 5/ Many beautiful souvenirs have been sent us, and amongst others, the Count de S— V— has just sent C—n a model of the palace of Madrid, one of the most beautiful and ingenious pieces of workmanship possible. It is carved in wood, with astonishing accuracy and delicacy.

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