L.A. home once owned movie star Dorothy Dandridge on market for $1.1 million

July 1998
Jet;07/13/98, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p64
Announces the sale of the Los Angeles home of late film legend Dorothy Dandridge for $1.1 million. Information on the home; Design of the home.


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