April 1948
Ebony;Apr1948, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p49
The article highlights some houses of African American performers that posses elegance and beauty in Holleywood, Los Angles, California. It includes Dorothy Dandridge who decorated her furnished six-room house and ultra modern functional furniture. Thus, Clarence Muse, Nat "King" Cole and Louise Beavers house are also presented.


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