Letters, Mar. 24, 1941



Your excellent Gary Cooper story in the March 3 issue seems marred by one statement, slightly inconsistent with the unaffected picture otherwise created, that he lives in "an elaborate white Georgian mansion." This statement . . .is exactly 75% wrong. The house is white.

Mr. Cooper's requirements when he first came to me were that the house be unpretentious, Bermudian and un-Hollywood. Lest liberal-minded fans be alienated by visions of Blenheim or Buckingham Palace, I enclose a photograph [see cut].


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