Columbia University Presbyterian
Columbia University Presbyterian Medical Center.
Location 622 West 168th Street, New York City.
She was hospitalized there from February 17 to March 6, 1961, room 719, for physical and psychological exhaustion.
DiMaggio visited her every day.
Shortly before leaving the hospital, she wrote to Dr Greenson :
"Dear Dr Greenson,
Through the window of the hospital, I see the snow has recovered everthing. Every greens are faded. I see the grass and the evergreen frail bushes, but the trees give me some hope - their sad and bare branches may announce spring and promise some hope...As I'm writing those words, four silent tears have flew on my cheeks. I don't know why. I haven't slept all night long. Sometimes I wonder why the night is used for. To me, it's only on long endless day".
On February 27, 1961, she received a
On February 27, 1961, she received asupport message from Marlon Brando
On March 6, 1961, leaving the hospital
with Pat Newcomb
in front of her homeWebsites