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Love Me Again

Yon-u-ary

Molly-O

[ Anne and Kirk Douglas to Sylvia Fine, November 18, 1983]

[ Stills of Danny Kaye performing the Sylvia Fine number 'Melody in 4F']

[ Danny Kaye points upward as he and Sylvia Fine disembark from airplane at night (in London for the Command Performance)]

[ Exam from History of American Musical Theatre, taught by Sylvia Fine at Yale University, Fall of 1975]

On The Riviera

[ Danny Kaye lies on sofa at home and Sylvia Fine offers him a bowl of snacks]

Betty Thomson [Town and Gown of USC] to Sylvia Fine Kaye, December 17, 1985

Edward I. Koch, Mayor of New York, to Sylvia Fine, April 18, 1986

[ Sylvia Fine holding baby Dena Kaye]

Spies

Swiftly, the Antiseptic Traveler to the tune of "Small Hotel"

Paul LeClerc [President, Hunter College] to Sylvia Fine, March 20, 1991

Eustace D. Theodore, dean, Yale College, to Sylvia Fine, February 25, 1975

[ They'll Never Out Fox the Fox]

My Heart Knows a Lovely Song

The Great Escape March

Follow the Leader

Harry S. Black to Sylvia Fine, March 6, 1987

Agnes de Mille Prude to Sylvia Fine, April 15, 1981

Horst Cerni [UNICEF] to Sylvia Fine, October 27, 1987

Carl Reiner to Sylvia Fine, March 6, 1987

[ Johnny Green to Sylvia Fine, May 12, 1952]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine, head-and-shoulders portrait together]

Eileen

In Love Again

Robert A. Brennan to Sylvia Fine, April 7, 1987

War Fund Song

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine headshot]

Bessie Fine and Sylvia Fine (as a baby) sitting in a field, no date

[ Danny Kaye costumed as an opera singer from the film "Wonder Man" and Sylvia Fine wearing a plumed hat sit on edge of stage pose playfully]

Romeo and Juliet Calypso

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine stand under umbrella on terrace with garden and watch the snow?]

Holgar J. Johnson [USO] to Sylvia Fine, December 29, 1958

Polynesian Scenario

Some of These Days

Sweet Alice

[ Robert Hess, president, Brooklyn College to Sylvia Fine, February 6, 1986]

In Love Again

[ Mark B. Ryan, dean, Calhoun College, Yale College, to Sylvia Fine Kaye, August 19, 1975]

Sylvia Fine (?) to Buddy Morris, 181951

Husband - Wife - Lover

Suzanne

Lynn Redgrave to Sylvia Fine, March 9, 1987

John "Jake" Green to Sylvia Fine, November 11, 1974

Auld Lang Syne

Dr. Samuel Fine and Sylvia Fine (center) at Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine's wedding with two bride's maids(?)

Your Dreams Come Tumbling Down

[ Appreciation Award from the USO given to Sylvia Fine]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine onstage during a taping of "Musical Comedy Tonight"]

You Touch My Heart

Lee [Leonore] Gershwin, [Mrs. Ira Gershwin], to Sylvia Fine, December 17, 1979

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine, ca. 1980]

Sylvia Fine to Abe Lastfogel (William Morris Agency, Inc.), November 7, 1950

Heigh Ho and Lullaby Low

[ Buddy Basch to Sylvia Fine, May 17, 1951]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine posing for a wedding photo]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine on their wedding day with guests in background]

Where You Talk to Your Heart

I'm Young Again

Kirk Douglas to Sylvia Fine, June 23, 1981

[ At Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine's wedding (left to right): unknown man and woman, Danny Kaye, Sylvia Fine, unknown woman, Samuel Fine, Bessie Fine]

[ Sylvia Fine composes at piano]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine relax on leather sofa at home, Danny's golf club resting against sofa]

[The pool at the house of Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine]

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine on stage standing in front of piano]

Information Please

Sylvia Fine and Danny Kaye pose for a photo with their baby daughter, Dena Kaye, who sits in a high chair

Jitterbug

Good King D

Leon Askin to Sylvia Fine, March 5, 1987

Danny Kaye sits in upholstered chair at home while Sylvia Fine looks on and laughs

Shall We Dance?

Sylvia Fine Kaye to William McPhie, March 1, 1972

Things to Forget

Ice Box

Steve Allen to Sylvia Fine, March 25, 1987

[ Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine standing at piano in their home]

Norman Lear to Sylvia Fine, March 9, 1987

[ Congressman John Brademas, Indiana, to Sylvia Fine, December 19, 1977]

Suzanne

How How How

Lonely Heart

Our Saturday Night Opening

The Moon is Blue

[ Bessie Fine holds Sylvia Fine (baby) on her lap while sitting in a chair]

Ice Box

Ring Up The Curtains

Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Collection, 1893-1988

[ Handwritten map of buildings where Sylvia Fine taught at University of Southern California, Spring 1972]

[ Danny Kaye, Sylvia Fine and young Dena at home, Danny leaning over to kiss Dena as Sylvia looks on]

[ Danny Kaye, Sylvia Fine, and unknown man in Daytona Beach, Florida, 1939]

Killooleet

[ Danny Kaye costumed as an opera singer from the film "Wonder Man" and Sylvia Fine wearing a plumed hat sit on edge of stage pose playfully, Danny appearing shocked at Sylvia, 1945]

William J. Lamb, [of KCET Television, Los Angeles], to Sylvia Fine, April 8, 1981

Robert A. Brennan [UNICEF] to Sylvia Fine, March 3, 1987

Henry and Nancy Kissinger to Sylvia Fine, March 4, 1987

Coronation Song

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