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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2017 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 13 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2017
[in last month]
1953: At a nightclub with Fredric March.
1955: With Walt Disney.
1952: Escorted by security at the premiere of Sudden Fear.
1955: With Humphrey Bogart at that year's Academy Awards party.
1947: Fan candid: Joan on her back porch.
1949: Publicity by Bert Six.
New color candid at Mocambo with Cesar Romero.
1952: Much bigger, better replacement color candid with Cliquot.
1939: In court to divorce Franchot Tone.
1942: Grooming Roland Young on the set of They All Kissed the Bride.
1944: At home, reading to Christina and Christopher.
1933: Max Factor publicity shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
1934: Bigger, better replacement for Chained publicity by Hurrell.
1937: The Last of Mrs. Cheyney -- A film still with Robert Montgomery.
Sadie McKee: A film still.
FILMS: Added a title screen shot to the top of the Today We Live page.
Today We Live
Bigger, better replacement for publicity shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
GEOGRAPHY: 1920s (and 2 recent) exterior and interior photos (plus an ad and Christmas menu) from Cafe Montmartre (Hollywood Blvd. and Highland), site of Joan's early "tea dances" and "girlfriend lunches." (Also added a new Encyclopedia entry and photo for Montmartre Cafe.)
A film still from Laughing Sinners.
Montana Moon: A film still with Johnny Mack Brown.
Houndstooth publicity by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
Publicity by Hurrell.
Publicity by Bull from a fan's scrapbook.
Publicity poolside at home by Irving Lippmann (with press caption).
GEOGRAPHY: St. Malachy Church -- Added 6 photos and info re the NYC site of Joan and Doug Jr.'s marriage, June 3, 1929 (including the couple's signed wedding registry).
FILMS: Mementos from a fan scrapbook: A Denver ticket and program from 1929's Our Modern Maidens.
Rose-Marie: A film still with House Peters.
Our Dancing Daughters: A film still with Dorothy Sebastian and Nils Asther.
Untamed: Publicity with Robert Montgomery.
Candid with fiance Doug Fairbanks, Jr., in San Francisco.
Bigger, better replacement at Joan's 513 N. Roxbury Drive home.
Publicity for The Taxi Dancer.
A film still from The Understanding Heart with Francis X. Bushman, Jr.
1925: A bigger, better replacement for one of Joan's first MGM publicity shots, if not the first official one (JXCX-1).
1927: MGM publicity (with press slug).
New handwritten letters from Joan's correspondence with Dan Mahony, which lasted primarily from 1926 through 1929, with a last letter in the early '30s.
January 1928 (1 page; MGM stationery, with envelope)
July 1928 (2 pages; MGM stationery, with envelope)
September 1928 (3 pages on "Fairford" stationery, with envelope)
December 1928 (2 pages; MGM stationery, with envelope)
Added a new page and 15 new photos for Joan's Kansas City, where she lived from 1916 thru 1923: street scenes from her neighborhood, the Armistice declaration in 1918, shots from Union Station, folks in line for Mack Sennett's "Mickey" et al.
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