"People often ask, 'who is that man?' as they pause to admire a large portrait in the library of Robinson Jeffers' Tor House. It is a painting of a manwith kind eyes and aristocratic features, and as the docent may explain about the subject -- Noel Sullivan -- he was a man of talent and generosity from a family of wealth and influence. He sang in the Carmel Bach Festival and was an unstinting supporter of artists and their art. His home in Carmel Valley, Hollow Hills, was mentioned time and again in the 1930s and 1940s Pine Cones as the destination for such luminaries as Cole Porter, Charlie Chaplin, and Langston Hughes. Noel Sullivan's niece, Alice D. Mahoney, will share her memories of this extraordinary man." (From program description)
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