1940-11-22 00:00:00

Bottoroff letter to Pflueger asking him to notify Rivera, Arthur Niendorff and Emmy Packard that they are terminated as of close of business, 11.30.40.  (Pflueger files)

Pflueger letter to Bottoroff sending copies of pertinent letters in regards to the deal he made on behalf of the GGIE with the BOE.

BOE letter to Pflueger regarding Nov. 19 meeting where their Resolution G-828 accepted mural contingent on advice from Art Commission and insuring it. It will temporarily be stored in the old Palace of Fine Arts.

1940-11-21 00:00:00

Orson Welles wants to start his picture with Delores del Rio about February 1; are Olivia de Havilland and Jimmy Stewart cooling again after making up?  Olivia spends most of her evenings now with Burgess Meredith,” (SF Exam, Louella Parsons) [Burgess Meredith will be Goddard's next husband.]

1940-11-14 00:00:00

Pflueger letter to Bottoroff explaining why mural panels should only be moved in a vertical orientation. “Walter L. Huber, who made the design of the steel frames planned it on that basis.”  Rivera has assured Pflueger that he can be finished by December 1. Goddard telegrams Rivera that she is coming to sit for the completion of her portrait.

1940-11-13 00:00:00

Tonight Paulette Goddard appears at the Examiner Ski School.  5000 attend the function at the Civic Auditorium. She arrived this morning from Hollywood accompanied by Wallace Neff, secretary of the So. Cal. Ski Club, of which, she is president. She’ll return home tomorrow, [maybe not, see Nov. 15] (SF Exam)

Frank Lloyd Wright show at NY MOMA opens, which runs until 1.5.41.  (DaDaBase @ MOMA)

1940-11-12 00:00:00

The Great Dictator premieres in SF at the United Artists Theater. Goddard is also appearing in North West Mounted Police at the Warfield Theater, (SF Exam, 11.8.40) [Rivera will take his “crew” to see the movie opening per ELP.]

Molotov visits Hitler with the possibility of the USSR joining the Axis. (Chronology of the 20th C.)

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)