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March 25, 2017

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May 6, 2007
My Dear Mrs. Hart,
How badly I shall miss you- our yearly talks, your always elegantly written letters and choosing Flowers for that years Birthday. From age 12 to 49 [There, I've said it, I am 49]while I will never wear my own age as proudly as you did yours... I can at least begin to say it, when asked. For all those years though you were my friend and that meant so very much. I Pray you found Mr. Hart right away... the things the Two of you may discuss for years to come will undoubatably please both of you. Just as you were [without a doubt] the LAST of the Great Hollywood Class Acts to Grace our path... I expect you will only add to the Beauty in your new Home. Perhaps you'll say Hello and send my Love to Miss. Booth [up there] ... as for me, I shall never forget all you added to this Southern Boys life... long ago. With Love... I have forwarded my own Tribute to your Daughter and Son at the East 64TH Street Home... it will never be Really Empty... nor will the Hearts of those who knew you. Goodbye for a brief time Fair Lady... with Love and Respect,
Kevin [Your, Dear. Mr. Minton] XO
May 4, 2007
This lovely lady reminded me so much of my mother and aunts: she was truly an ageless beauty. I remember her on television wearing a diamond heart necklace, and I thought she was so elegant, with her perfectly coiffed dark hair, flawless make-up and beautiful dresses. She always looked as though she was going to the opera. The present world of flip-flops and blue jeans should take a leaf out of her book. I will miss her. May she rest in peace.
May 3, 2007
CHRISTOPHER AND CATHERINE
HOW BLESSED YOU ARE TO HAVE HAD A BEAUTIFUL MOTHER LIKE KITTY.
MAY GOD BE WITH YOU.
SINCERELY ALMA RENNER
May 1, 2007
I need to make a correction to my last entry. The show my family watched was "To Tell The Truth", not "What's My Line." Kitty was always wonderful!
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