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​Joan Crawford Photo Gallery

​At a press conference for "My Way of Life" and Pepsi-Cola in Los Angeles, California. (October 14th, 1971)

At a press conference with Cypress Gardens founder, Dick Pope in New Haven, Florida. (May 15th, 1971)

​Joan at the 28th annual Golden Globes ceremony in Los Angeles, California. Pictured with Cesar Romero and Tina Sinatra (February 5th, 1971)

With Singer Josephine Premice and Douglas Turner Ward at a Negro Ensemble Company ceremony in New York. (March 1971)
​Joan was named honorary chairwoman of NEC's board of directors.

A photo shoot by photographer Joseph Griffith for the 1971 publication of "My Way of Life" (Summer 1970)
(Note: These photos were taken in the summer of 1970, however, are placed ​in the 1971 gallery for easy reference)

Joan placing her hands and signature in cement outside the 80 St. Marks theater in New York.
Pictured with producer Arthur Whitelaw (in the light colored jacket) and Theatre 80 owner Howard Otway​ (September 9th, 1971)

​Joan with "Lassie" at the "Time Record Breakers" testimonial dinner at Toot's Shor in New York (January 15th, 1971)

At a "My Way of Life" book signing at the May Co. west Los Angeles store. (October 15th, 1971)

At an event in Los Angeles, California (October 14th, 1971)

During an interview at the Ambassador Hotel in Chicago, Illinois while on tour to promote "My Way of Life." (November 8th, 1971)

At a press conference at the Ritz Carlton in Boston, Massachusetts while on tour to promote "My Way of Life." (November 15th, 1971)
Pictured with March of Dimes poster child Larry Flannery.​

​At a book signing at Marshall Fields department store in Chicago, Illinois. (November 8th, 1971)
​At a second Pepsi-Cola press conference at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, Florida. (February 16th, 1971)

​​At a "Shake The Can" UNICEF charity drive during Pepsi-Cola's "Sweet 16 party" to launch the new 16 ouch can. Miami, Florida. (February 16th, 1971)

​At a Pepsi-Cola press conference to launch the new 16 ounce can, held at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, Florida. (February 16th, 1971)
At a ball honoring Dick Pope at the Citrus Showcase in New Haven, Florida. (May 15th, 1971)
Pictured with Joan is Dick Pope and Pepsi-Cola president Victor Bonomo.​
With Dore Freeman

On the Merv Griffin Show, taped at Cesar's Palace Hotel and Casio in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Late March 1971)

At a Variety Clubs' Global Convention, held at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. (March 28th, 1971)
Pictured with Joan is Columbia Pictures president Leo Jaffe (seated).

​At a press conference at the Pump Room in the Ambassador Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. (November 8th, 1971)

With publicist Sid Zims at the WRC radio station in Washington, D.C. (October 5th, 1971)

At a Pepsi-Cola bottling plan dedication ceremony in Valdosta, Georgia. (June 5th, 1971)
Pictured with Joan is Pepsi-Cola president Victor Bonomo and Valdosta Pepsi-Cola plant president Howard Holt.​

Departing the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts en route to Hartford, Connecticut to promote "My Way of Life." (October 28th, 1971)
Photos courtesy of Fred. Photographer: Peter Warrack.​

Receiving roses from Nicholas Angelillo during a welcoming reception at the Hotel Sonesta in Hartford, Connecticut. (October 28th, 1971)

With fan Gerrie Gruener at a book signing party held at the G. Fox & Co. Department Store in Hartford, Connecticut. (October 29th, 1971)

At a book signing party for "My Way of Life" at the John Wanamaker Department Store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (November 23rd, 1971)

Attending a press conference in her suite at the Sheraton Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C. (October 5th, 1971)

During an interview conducted at the Birmingham, Alabama airport upon her arrival. (October 21st, 1971)