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PARDON POWER: The Prodigy, Rising Star, That Went to Prison

The Prodigy, Rising Star, That Went to Prison

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D. Leigh Henson, "Illinois Governor Adlai E. Stevenson's 1950 Crackdown on Gambling"

Leigh Henson, "Illinois Governor Adlai E. Stevenson's 1950 Crackdown on Gambling"

A photograph of Aubrey Lee Brooks published in 1950. Image from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Article in NCpedia reprinted from Dictionary of North Carolina Biography

A photograph of Aubrey Lee Brooks published in Image from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Article in NCpedia reprinted from Dictionary of North Carolina Biography

"The Curious Savage" as Lilybelle

"The Curious Savage" as Lilybelle

Photo honoring Joan  Fontaine on Tributes.com. “Actress Joan Fontaine, in white dress, is escorted by Dr. Benjamin Kean to Truman Capote's Black and White Ball at New York's Plaza Hotel on November 28, 1966. Couple at left is unidentified. Capote set the fashion tone by insisting that his female guests wear black and white. Dr. Kean, a noted parasitologist and pathologist, is world famous for his expertise on infectious diseases. ”

Actress Joan Fontaine, in white dress, is escorted by Dr. Benjamin Kean to Truman Capote's Black and White Ball at New York's Plaza Hotel on November

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