This is a story of money, glamour and scandal; a story of American society and of European royalty; a story of a family exploding into one of the most dramatic and publicized court battles of the century - the battle for a solemn ten year old girl, "Little Gloria Vanderbilt", who in 1934 was the object of the epic custody battle between her mother, the beautiful and penniless Vanderbilt widow and her Aunt, the famous Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, whose $78 million dollar worth could buy her anything she wanted. And what she wanted was "Little Gloria."
Little Gloria...Happy at Last Barbara Goldsmith Copyright 1980 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" 650 pages
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