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One Response to “Bibliography”

  1. Don Solosan Says:

    I’m working on the video/titles for the presentation of Violet Sharp at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills. I saw the color photo of Violet’s unmarked grave, and would like to know the photographer’s name. In particular, I would like permission to use this photo in the play.

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