Lynn Fontanne

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Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1919/00/00 Miss Fontanne and Mr Lunt are introduced backstage at the New Amsterdam Theater. It has been told, that Lunt stumbled on an iron staircase and fell on his face as he stepped forward to shake her hand. Bride New Amsterdam Theater New York City Marriage of Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt
1922/05/26 Deputy City Clerk James J McCormick marries Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt in the chapel of the Municipal Building, New York City. Bride Municipal Building New York City Marriage of Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt
1931/10/07 "The Guardsman", based on Ferenc Molnar's play "Testor", is released. Actress The Guardsman
1932/11/18 Lynn Fontanne is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for 1931's "The Guardsman". Best Actress Nominee The Guardsman Ambassador Hotel site Los Angeles 5th Academy Awards
1938/00/00 Main house receives a major renovations and kitchen and dining room addition. Home Ten Chimneys Genesee
1940/10/13 After initially slow sales, "The White Cliffs" by Alice Duer Millers becomes a hit after Lynn Fontanne reads a dramatic 27 minute version of the poem on NBC. Actress
1983/07/30 Lynn Fontanne dies of pneumonia at "Ten Chimneys" in Genesee Depot, Wisconsin. Died Ten Chimneys Genesee
1983/08/01 Lynn Fontanne is buried next to her husband at Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.. In Memoriam Forest Home Cemetery and Chapel Milwaukee
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