“Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.” ― Joan Crawford

“Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.” ― Joan Crawford

Christina Crawford and her first husband, Harvey Medlinsky, and her mother Joan Crawford

Christina Crawford and her first husband, Harvey Medlinsky, and her mother Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford & husband Douglas Fairbanks Jnr having afternoon coffee in their home.1928. From Joan Crawford The Enduring Star by Peter Cowie

Joan Crawford & husband Douglas Fairbanks Jnr having afternoon coffee in their home.1928. From Joan Crawford The Enduring Star by Peter Cowie

Franchot Tone & wife Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck & husband Robert Taylor.

Franchot Tone & wife Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck & husband Robert Taylor.

JOAN CRAWFORD'S BURIAL SITE WITH LAST HUSBAND ALFRED STEELE (PEPSI COLA COO)..AT FERNCLIFFE CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM, HARTSDALE, NEW YORK. (CRAWFORD WAS CREMATED) HAVING DIED ON 10 MAY 1977.

JOAN CRAWFORD'S BURIAL SITE WITH LAST HUSBAND ALFRED STEELE (PEPSI COLA COO)..AT FERNCLIFFE CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM, HARTSDALE, NEW YORK. (CRAWFORD WAS CREMATED) HAVING DIED ON 10 MAY 1977.

Joan Crawford photographed at her desk at the Pepsi-Cola company in New York, 1959. Joan was elected to Pepsi’s board of directors after the death of her husband, Alfred Steele, who had been Chairman. She would serve on the board for the next 14 years.

Joan Crawford photographed at her desk at the Pepsi-Cola company in New York, 1959. Joan was elected to Pepsi’s board of directors after the death of her husband, Alfred Steele, who had been Chairman. She would serve on the board for the next 14 years.

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