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Fri Mar 21 17:13:55 2014 UTClccn-n500481710.00Emily Kimbrough0.241.00We followed our hearts to Hollywood /72638418Emily_Kimbroughn 5004817183247Wrench, Emily Kimbrough, 1899-1989lccn-n50053317Skinner, Cornelia Otis1901-1979lccn-n94116738Alajalov, Constantin1900-1987illlccn-no93008916Hokinson, Helen E.(Helen Elna)1893-1949illlccn-n85057814Marshall Field & Companylccn-no2003124251Lawson, Celestenrtlccn-no2009060752Decker, Richard1907-viaf-67571708Scott, Edgar1899-lccn-no99015841Blackstone Audiobooksnp-vasiliu, mirceaVasiliu, Mircealccn-n86802188Ball, Elisabeth1897-1982Kimbrough, Emily1899-1989BiographyFictionHistoryHumorTravelKimbrough, Emily,American wit and humorGreeceEuropeManners and customsAuthors, AmericanSkinner, Cornelia Otis,FranceIndiana--MunciePortugalYugoslaviaLouisianaVoyages and travelsIndiana--IndianapolisIreland--Shannon RiverIrelandEnglandCanalsLectures and lecturingWomen--Societies and clubsFinance, PersonalWomen--Finance, PersonalIndianaFrance--ParisGreat BritainCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodWit and humorLouisiana--New OrleansBall, Elisabeth,Biography--YouthBohemianismCollege studentsMarshall Field & CompanyNew York (State)--New York--Greenwich VillageUnited States, WestUnited StatesWomenFund raisingNew York (State)--New YorkBooksNew York (State)--New York--BrooklynEnglish189919891942194319441945194619471948195019511952195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619681969197019711972197319741976197719781983198419912004200520062007200820091124545200817.5PS3537.K533ocn268812588ocn122492351ocn048377275236451ocn000287927book19420.25Skinner, Cornelia OtisOur hearts were young and gayHistoryHumorNone of Cornelia Otis Skinner's many accomplishments as actress or author came close to matching the phenomenal popularity of Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, which appeared in 1942 and went through more than twenty printings, a total of more than two million copies. A collaboration with her former Bryn Mawr classmate Emily Kimbrough, the memoir charmingly and quite comically details the pair's youthful trip abroad two decades earlier, when they were almost out of their teens and on their own for the first time. From its very beginning, the flavor of the work is deliciously evident, as Emily surprises a naked man in his hotel room before the girls have even embarked. From Montreal to London to Paris, episode follows upon episode, absurdity upon absurdity: shipwreck in the Saint Lawrence River, an astonishingly funny game of deck tennis, Emily hitting a drowning man with a deck chair, Cornelia breaking out with the measles, both girls oblivious to the ill repute of the house in Dieppe where they found lodging one nightwith sightseeing and romantic yearnings coming in between. This nostalgic and innocent book is a marvelous voyage, so bright with life and comedy and an air of happy coincidence that it's very hard to put down, and nearly impossible to forget+-+67379215966678ocn000398114book19540.27Kimbrough, EmilyForty plus and fancy freeDescribes whirlwind trip thru Italy, with stops in Paris and London6624ocn000439213book19680.21Kimbrough, EmilyFloating island5716ocn001305760book19640.23Kimbrough, EmilyForever old, forever newHappy travel adventures of four Americans in Greece, with notes and nuggets on the life and lore of the land55811ocn001225043book19560.27Kimbrough, EmilyWater, water everywhereThis latest excursion took her and her companions to Athens, around the Greek mainland, to Chios, and other Aegean islands, to Yugo-slavia, Paris, and London, and an unusual voyage on the Thames5499ocn001148124book19550.27Kimbrough, EmilySo near and yet so farThe comic adventures of Emily Kimbrough and several of her friends, during a reunion in New Orleans5415ocn000396484book19610.24Kimbrough, EmilyPleasure by the busloadAn account of the author's travels in Portugal50910ocn001300623book19520.27Kimbrough, EmilyThrough Charley's door4364ocn000891335book19580.23Kimbrough, EmilyAnd a right good crew2237ocn001680102book19460.24Kimbrough, EmilyIt gives me great pleasureHumor1359ocn211967579file20080.10Skinner, Cornelia OtisOur hearts were young and gayBiographyActress Cornelia Otis Skinner and journalist Emily Kimbrough offer a lighthearted, hilarious memoir of their European tour in the 1920s, when they were fresh out of college from Bryn Mawr. Some of the more amusing anecdotes involve a pair of rabbit-skin capes that begin shedding at the most inopportune moments and an episode in which the girls are stranded atop Notre Dame cathedral at midnight. And, of course, there's romance, in the form of handsome young doctor Tom Newhall and college "Lothario" Avery Moore+-+56689788963241131ocn001492746book19500.59SCOTT, EdgarHow to lay a nest egg: financial facts of life for the average girl455ocn003032245book19430.28Kimbrough, EmilyWe followed our hearts to HollywoodAn account of Emily Kimbrough and Cornelia Otis Skinner's trip to Hollywood in connection with the production of the motion picture based on their book Our hearts were young and gay216ocn013100659book19440.27Kimbrough, EmilyHow dear to my heartBiography+-+0031578075324194ocn030251314book19590.23Kimbrough, EmilyA right good crew182ocn030194288book19510.27Kimbrough, EmilyHand in hand : the innocents from Indiana86ocn752926525book19500.24Kimbrough, EmilyThe innocents from IndianaReminiscences of the author's childhood in Chicago71ocn016367426book19770.12Kimbrough, EmilyBetter than oceans41ocn011136956book19840.47Ball, ElisabethA suite of poems21ocn632472234book19720.20Kimbrough, EmilyNow and thenBiography5976ocn000193287book19440.27Kimbrough, EmilyHow dear to my heartBiography+-+00315780753245943ocn000516444book19720.20Kimbrough, EmilyNow and thenBiography5682ocn001397187book19430.28Kimbrough, EmilyWe followed our hearts to HollywoodAn account of Emily Kimbrough and Cornelia Otis Skinner's trip to Hollywood in connection with the production of the motion picture based on their book Our hearts were young and gay5132ocn001397173book19500.24Kimbrough, EmilyThe innocents from IndianaReminiscences of the author's childhood in Chicago4952ocn001008010book19740.19Kimbrough, EmilyTime enoughFictionThe Author recalls the misadventures and pleasures of her two-week cruise on a barge on the river Shannon4673ocn000546190book19480.24Kimbrough, EmilyIt gives me great pleasureHumor3731ocn002491773book19760.18Kimbrough, EmilyBetter than oceans1501ocn002873537book19770.12Kimbrough, EmilyBetter than oceans81ocn023155922book19441.00Kimbrough, EmilyWe followed our hearts to Hollywood31ocn247694348book19680.21Kimbrough, EmilyFloating island22ocn676876524visu19461.00Our hearts were growing upDramaA sequel to Paramount's 1944 film Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, this time the girls visit the college boyfriends only to become involved with a pair of benign bootleggers11ocn247801434book19420.25Skinner, Cornelia OtisOur hearts were young and gayHistoryHumorNone of Cornelia Otis Skinner's many accomplishments as actress or author came close to matching the phenomenal popularity of Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, which appeared in 1942 and went through more than twenty printings, a total of more than two million copies. A collaboration with her former Bryn Mawr classmate Emily Kimbrough, the memoir charmingly and quite comically details the pair's youthful trip abroad two decades earlier, when they were almost out of their teens and on their own for the first time. From its very beginning, the flavor of the work is deliciously evident, as Emily surprises a naked man in his hotel room before the girls have even embarked. From Montreal to London to Paris, episode follows upon episode, absurdity upon absurdity: shipwreck in the Saint Lawrence River, an astonishingly funny game of deck tennis, Emily hitting a drowning man with a deck chair, Cornelia breaking out with the measles, both girls oblivious to the ill repute of the house in Dieppe where they found lodging one nightwith sightseeing and romantic yearnings coming in between. This nostalgic and innocent book is a marvelous voyage, so bright with life and comedy and an air of happy coincidence that it's very hard to put down, and nearly impossible to forget11ocn423720747visu19441.00Our hearts were young and gayDrama11ocn051689388visu19520.10Fox, DanResponds to book appealCaption: "Responds to book appeal--Four-year-old Maureen Daly of Roslyn Heights presents her gift of books for hospital patients to Jack Sterling, Emily Kimbrough and Bob Haymes, Columbia Broadcasting System radio and television stars, at Borough Hall ceremonies. The presentation was made as part of the joint Brooklyn Eagle WCBS drive to gather books for hospital shut-ins."11ocn123595730art2006Smith, David LEmily Kimbrough+-+5668978896324+-+5668978896324Fri Mar 21 15:49:05 EDT 2014batch20596