1940-11-11 00:00:00

“[Joseph] Kennedy Launches Crusade to Save America From War” (SF Exam, front page)

[Questions whether Democracy is over in England.  “’Don’t forget’ he said. ‘Lindbergh’s not so crazy, either.’”]

Willkie addresses nation. Pledges allegiance to FDR, but calls for “strong minority.” (SF Exam, 11.12.40, p.4)

1940-10-28 00:00:00

Morley letter to Pflueger expecting him back soon from the NY World’s Fair.  GGIE is far on the way to being demolished. She has completed arrangements for return of South American art and so her duties are finished.  Art Digest would like to photograph mural and do story.  Morley would like to know whom to credit for Rivera landscape, which is now on exhibit. (Plueger files)

Italy invades Greece.

1940-10-26 00:00:00

HOY picture of Chaplin and Goddard celebrating the opening of The Great Dictator in NY.

Irene Bohus now lives 235E 73rd Street, NYC (NY Times) [Frida’s across Central Park and with Paulette there, too, Diego's lovers have moved east.]