The Mayfair Ball was annual event held every February by the exclusive Mayfair Club. It was the seen-and-be-seen event of the year, taking place in one of the posh Hollywood hotels. The event is best remembered by Clark Gable and Carole Lombard fans for being the birthplace of their spark, as they began flirting for the [...]
From February 1937:
This is the thing that keeps Hollywood the town of enchanting contradiction and makes it the most unexplainable spot in the world.
Take one particular Tuesday evening in Hollywood, for instance.
At the Cocoanut Grove:
Lights, music, [...]
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