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From the ARI Archives: Ayn Rand's Family and Friends (1926-1951)

Dina Schein Federman, Scott McConnell

Presented at: Lyceum 1997

Date: Aug 09, 1997

Mr. McConnell will reveal discoveries from his ongoing research into Ayn Rand's life, focusing on her relationships with her Chicago family, Frank O'Connor's family, and various Hollywood friends, including a beautiful actress living in Nazi Germany, an actor who fought in the Czar's army, a Moscow-visiting Marxist, and "Peter Keating." These stories come from Mr. McConnell's interviews with the families of Ayn Rand and Frank O'Connor and from other unpublished Ayn Rand Archive material.

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