June 6: Joan, accompanied by Peter Rogers, attends the Alixandre Fall fashion preview in New York.
Mid-June: Joan signs-on to guest star on the television show "The Sixth Sense" in episode "Dear Joan, We're Going To Scare You To Death".
For her appearance, Joan is paid $2,500.
June 14-19: Joan is out of New York.
June 17-18: The curtains, draperies and floor around one of the terrace doors in Joan's Imperial House apartment are damaged due to rain water that seeped in around the door from a heavy storm. Joan is out of town during this time, and the apartment was vacant.
Late-June: Joan travels to Los Angeles, California to begin work on "The Sixth Sense."
Early July: Joan films her scenes for "The Sixth Sense."
During filming, Joan stays in a bungalow on the Universal Studios lot. Her bungalow is between those of Rock Hudson and Dean Martin.
Mid-July: Joan travels from Los Angeles, California to New York after completion of her scenes for "The Sixth Sense."
July 19: Joan's insurance company inspects the damage at her Imperial House apartment following a claim she filed in relation to water damage to her window draperies and flooring following a storm in June.
August: Joan travels to Boston, Massachusetts, where she stays at the Ritz Carlton.
September 13: Joan attends the "Tracy and Hepburn Film Retrospective" to be held in Lincoln Center Library in New York.
The retrospective is shown in celebration of Garson Kanin's book "Tracy and Hepburn: An Intimate Memoir".
Joan serves on the committee of the library's retrospective, along with Frederick Brisson, Bosley Crowther and Lillian Gish, which is shown from September 13-23. Proceeds from the retrospective go to the Lincoln Center Library and the Museum of Performing Arts in New York.
September 29: Joan has dinner with Jacqueline Susann and her husband, Irving Mansfield.
September 30: Joan appears on "The Sixth Sense" episode "Dear Joan, We're Going To Scare You To Death" on ABC.
November: The paperback edition of Joan's autobiography "My Way of Life" is released by Pocket Books.
November 1: Joan is featured in Vogue Magazine in an ad for Blackglama entitled "The Legendary Mink," along with Barbara Stanwyck, Claudette Colbert, Rosalind Russell, Rita Hayworth and Leontyne Price.
November 15: Joan attends a black tie party in honor of a new book published about Tallulah Bankhead at the Abercrombie & Fitch literary salon in New York.
Among the 425 guests are; Mabel Mercer, Hope Hampton, Mary Hemingway, Ethel Merman, Patsy Kelly, Joan Fontaine and Hermione Gingold.
November 19: Joan attends "A Special Night Of Entertainment", held by theatrical organization "The Troupers", at the Hotel Pierre in New York.
The benefit is to raise funds for emotionally handicapped children. Sammy Davis jr is the guest of honor, however, Davis is unable to attend and cancels.
November 29: Joan attends a retrospective of clips from her films and of her recent episode on "The Sixth Sense" at Wesleyan College in Middletown, Connecticut. The event is attended by 1,300 people, with a reported 3,000 people turned away due to space accommodations.
December 11: Joan attends the WAIF Ball at the Plaza Hotel in New York. Among the other guests are Jane Russell and Mrs. Leo Jaffe.
December 25: According to a letter Joan wrote on January 23, 1973, Joan spends Christmas alone with her pet Shih-Tzu Princess Lotus Blossom.
Joan's maid Mamacita had traveled to Texas to be with her family for the holiday.
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