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us: Steinbeck, Elaine A.

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    • us: Steinbeck, John, Mrs. (Elaine A.)
    • us: Anderson, Elaine, 1914-2003.
    • us: Scott, Elaine A., 1914-2003.
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      • found: Steinbeck, J. Novels and stories, 1932-1937, c1994: leaf following t.p. (Elaine A. Steinbeck) jkt. (married to John Steinbeck from 1949 until his death in 1968)
      • found: RLIN, 5/24/1995 (hdg.: Steinbeck, Elaine; usage: Steinbeck, Elaine)
      • found: OCLC, Nov. 14, 2003 (hdg.: Steinbeck, Elaine A.; usage: Elaine Steinbeck, Elaine A. Steinbeck, Elaine (Scott) Steinbeck, Mrs. John (Elaine) Steinbeck)
      • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 20, 2013 (Elaine Anderson Steinbeck; b. Aug. 14, 1914 in Austin, Texas; maiden name Anderson; stage/movie actress; one of the first female theatre stage managers; studied drama at University of Texas; married actor Zachary Scott on Feb. 21, 1934, divorced in Dec. 1950, mother to Waverly Scott Kaffaga (1936-); worked at The Theatre Guild in New York during original Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" (1943) as stage manager; acted in two B-movies (1944); married author John Steinbeck on Dec. 28, 1950 in California; d. Apr. 27, 2003 of natural causes)
      • found: WWW site, Feb. 20, 2013 : U. S. Public Records Index, Vol. I (Elaine Anderson; b. 14 Aug 1914, Travis, TX; m. 28 Dec 1950 [to] John Ernest Steinbeck; d. 27 Apr 2003, New York, N. Y.)
      • found: Chicago Tribune WWW site, Feb. 20, 2013 : Obituary dated Apr. 30, 2003 (Elaine Anderson Steinbeck, who was one of the first women to become a Broadway stage manager and who in later years kept bright the artistic torch of her late husband John Steinbeck ... in the 1940's, she was the stage manager of "Oklahoma!" ... became one of the first women to take a show on the road, organizing and supervising the national tour of "Othello" with Paul Robeson...)
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