Columbia University Presbyterian
Columbia University Presbyterian Medical Center.
Location 622 West 168th Street, New York City.
She was hospitalized there from February 10 to March 5 1962, 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 5, 1961, leaving the hospital
with Pat Newcomb
in front of her homeWebsites