Such Mad Fun Gallery Dick Wick Hall Daysie Sutton Hall loved hats The Salome Sun, from an ad for the syndicated version. Illustrations in the Sun were done by Claude G. Putnam. Salome Sun 1925 That Salome Frog in Time Magazine, Jan 3, 1938 Jane and Dickie Hall in Salome, AZ with friend circa 1918 Daysie Hall with Dick Wick Hall Jr. (Dickie) and Jane in Salome 1925. From a journal Jane kept after her father died Early childhood sketches in Manhattan Beach days Rose and Randolph Hicks would introduce Jane and Dick to a new world in NYC and Virginia Manhattan skyline circa 1930 when Jane and Dickie arrived. Poplar Springs circa 1932 Jane Hall at Poplar Springs on a horse like silent screen star Fred Thomson’s Silver King Jane Hall at 18 in 1932 Jane on the terrace at Poplar Springs 1933 Watercolor and grid for the mural Jane painted that hung for decades over the fireplace at Poplar Springs A bread line in NYC…where most people are struggling during Jane’s Debutante days “Warrenton Oyster Fry” by Jane Hall for John Steuart Curry’s class at Cooper Union Jane and Dick Clarke her beau and correspondent for 5 years Jane dressed as coal miner at FDR’s Birthday Ball in 1935 Jane Hall Amateur Aviator Jane in Hollywood circa 1939 Jane’s new best friend, Kate. She rescued the dog in Hollywood in March 1938. To Jane from F.Scott Fitzgerald inscribed in a copy of Tender is the Night. “To D’zani” from Jim Stewart Jane and Kate react to Betty Davis and Errol Flynn in “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex” Bradshaw Crandell, artist at work. He would help Jane redefine how she saw herself. Brad Crandell’s original pastel of Jane and Kate 1939. Photo by Kim Hall. Jane Hall and Kate, “Beauties.” Cosmopolitan, October 1939. Reprinted by permission. Hearst Corporation. Jane’s MGM writing colleague Marion Parsonnet from the Margaret Herrick Library Turner Archive The cover of Jane’s novel for Cosmopolitan (Dec 1938). Reprinted by permission. Hearst Corp. Illustration by Jon Whitcomb. A scene from These Glamour Girls (1939) From the Collections of the Margaret Herrick Library. Lana Turner’s first big movie role was “Jane Taylor” in These Glamour Girls. Poster for These Glamour Girls Jane Hall engagement photo, 1940. E.E. Rios Cafe Society Femme Fatale with Kate on a Manhattan terrace circa 1941 A program from the well-known County Theatre founded by Robert F. Cutler in the 1930s. Suffern, N.Y. Al Hirschfeld’s rendition of life at and near the County Theatre, New York Times, August 28, 1938. At the Stork Club L to R: Miki Crandell, Randolph Hicks, Jane Hall Cutler, Brad Crandell and Bob Cutler. Circa 1942. “Jane Hall” after her Hollywood transformation circa 1949 by Jon Whitcomb Mrs. Robert F. Cutler (Jane Hall) by Bradshaw Crandell circa 1954. The remarkable Jane Lavers (and Louie) who found Jane Hall’s diary in 1965 and saved it in her closet for 30 years before finding our family by extraordinary luck. The author of Such Mad Fun with Kate Rockrest, Suffern, N.Y. circa 1940. Destroyed in a fire in 1957.
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