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A Turn For the Hearst
Sources:
San Francisco Chronicle; San Francisco News; and This is Orson Welles, by Peter Bogdanovich (HarperCollins)
Links:
Incline Press. A great site for San Francisco history including the old movie palaces.
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The Devil in Miss Mansfield
Sources:
Jayne Mansfield and The American Fifties, by Martha Saxon (Houghton Mifflin); Jayne Mansfield: A Biography, by May Mann (Drake); San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner; the Picar family; Washington Post
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A Separate Peace: Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera
Sources:
City College of San Francisco; San Francisco Examiner; Chronicle Books; SFPL
Links:
The Diego Rivera Mural Project An excellent site from the City College of San Francisco.
Las Mujeres. Frida and Diego's story.
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Alfred Hitchcock's Flappers
Sources:
Santa Cruz Sentinel; Scotts Valley Historical Society; The Dark Side of Genius by Donald Spoto (Da Capo Press)
Links:
Absolut Hitchcock: A breeezy guide for anyone with an itch for Hitch.
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Leni Riefenstahl
Sources:
Leni Riefenstahl Productions; Leni Refenstahl: A Memoir (St. Martins); San Francisco Chronicle; San Francisco Call-Bulletin
Links:
German Propaganda Archive. Good collection from a Nazi-era German history site
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Nikita Khrushchev: The Big Red vs. Big Blue
Sources:
IBM; San Francisco Examiner; San Francisco Chronicle; New York Times
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The Mayor, Marilyn and the Mitchell Brothers
Sources:
IBM; San Francisco Examiner; San Francisco Chronicle; X-Rated: The Mitchell Brothers, by David McCumber (Simon & Schuster)
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