|Title||Album leaf with newspaper or magazine clippings related to Frank Sinatra circa 1947-1948.|
|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
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|Scope & Content||
Album leaf with newspaper or magazine clippings related to Frank Sinatra circa 1947-1948. PDF on file.
Originator not indicated or known, presumably one of the many fan club members of that era.
top left: Sinatra to Stage Radio Plea to Italy for Defeat of Reds. By Louella O. Parsons, Hollywood, April 4. Photo of Sinatra.
Merrill Vs. Sinatra
"Frank Sinatra has said no..." clipping discussing his plans to have no engagements because of the pending birth of his third baby; finished "The Kissing Bandit"
Photo: Bojangles Bill Robinson, Frank Sinatra, Maurice Chevalier; caption: For Heart Fund...
Visitors to Frank Sinatra's new home in Palm Springs...
Frank Sinatra signing autographs fora swarm of kids in a drive-in while his hamburger-with-everything gets cold.
Franks Sinatra, soon to be seen in "The Kissing Bandit," has one of his most delightful discs in "My Cousin Louella" and "What'll I Do?"....
Full page ad by Sachs Quality Stores, 8th Ave. at 35th St., New York, titled "But Who Cares?" with message against bigotry and discrimination. Six celebrity people are shown:
Susan Hayward ... Protestant
Spencer Tracy ... Catholic
Eddie Cantor ... Jew
Frank Sinatra ... Immigrant's Son
Marian Anderson ... Negro
Sonny Tufts ... Mayflower Descendant.
|Year Range from||1948|
|Year Range to||1948|
Social & Personal Activity
Racism & Bias