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And Right After This Message, Miss Lillian Gish – By Jon Krampner (The New York Times – 1999)

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And Right After This Message, Miss Lillian Gish – By Jon Krampner (The New York Times – 1999) The New York Times – 1999 TELEVISION/RADIO; And Right After This Message, Miss Lillian Gish By Jon Krampner Oct. 10, 1999 MOVIEGOERS remember Horton Foote’s ”Trip to Bountiful” as a 1985 film starring Geraldine Page, who won the best actress Oscar for it. But there is an earlier version, a 1953 live television drama starring Lillian Gish, which has been sitting in the film collection at the Museum of Modern Art for 44 years.

Lillian Gish Archive to Go To Performing Arts Library – By William Grimes – Jan. 23, 1997 (The New York Times)

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Lillian Gish Archive to Go To Performing Arts Library – By William Grimes – Jan. 23, 1997 (The New York Times) Lillian Gish Archive to Go To Performing Arts Library By William Grimes – Jan. 23, 1997 The New York Times – January 23, 1997, Section C, Page 15 Lillian Gish’s personal archive of letters, business documents, photographs and scrapbooks has found a home at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Gish, the legendary stage and film star, died at the age of 99 at her home in Manhattan in 1993, leaving a rich repository of material on her life and career. ”These materials will be of invaluable use to scholars investigating any aspect of the 20th-century dramatic arts,” said Paul LeClerc, the president of the New York Public Library. ”We are thrilled that we can preserve them and make them accessible as part of our Billy Rose Theater Collection.” The correspondence addressed to Gish, perhaps as many as 10,000 unpublished letters from friends, colleagues and business …