Will Rogers and the Negro’s ‘soft spots’; and who is Lady Lorraine?

9 Jul

Scroll to the end, where my father writes a note to a young girl named Lorraine. Hmm. I’d like to know who she is and why he speaks of her with such fondness. Again , as far as I know, he had no children at that time . . .

The New York Age, February 10, 1934

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  1. ‘Lady Lorraine’: Mystery solved « My Father's Posts - January 31, 2011

    [...] Jan In a column my father published Feb. 10,  1934, he devotes the last paragraph to a young girl he refers to as “Lady Lorraine.” In [...]

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