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Eleanor Robson Belmont
“A private railroad car is not an acquired taste. One takes to it immediately.”
“Cathedrals are built with pennies of the faithful. A great opera house also is a spiritual center, a temple of sorts, where many gather together for recreation, education, and inspiration — a blessed trinity worthy of public support.”
“There is a vital force in rumor. Though crushed to earth, to all intents and purposes buried, it can rise again without apparent effort.”
Eleanor Robson Belmont, English-born U.S. stage actor
(1879 - 1979)
Used the name Mrs. August Belmont after her marriage.