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100. "I've never really made up my mind about Mozart, have you?" Box 7, Folder 115

101. "I've decided not to wear a ribbon, even though I did spend a month in Honolulu." Box 7, Folder 116

104. "Oh good! Nobody's watching." Box 7, Folder 118

106. "I don't know what to do, Doctor. We have one personality clash after another." Box 7, Folder 119

109. "It reminds me of something very embarrassing that once happened to me at a wedding breakfast." Box 7, Folder 122

10. "I can't decide whether to be Madame Yvonne or Mademoiselle Yvonne." Box 3, Folder 36

10. "If this were Venice, we could have haggled over the price." Box 2, Folder 27

113. [Large matron and small spouse at clothing store muffler (scarf) counter.] Box 10, Folder 204

11. "My husband is going to shoot me, but I don't care.", 1940-1940 Box 1, Folder 11

11. So you want a little house in the country! Box 2, Folder 28

11. "You know Dr. Findlay better than I do. Why don't you go in and tell him that his geraniums have a communicable disease." Box 12, Folder 264

121. "Ask Mrs. Porter if she could wrinkle her nose the way Gertrude Lawrence does, it will help the audience to remember who she is." Box 7, Folder 128

12. "But if you married a man named Kimball your first year out of college, what on earth did you do with Albert Fowler?" Box 1, Folder 12

12. "Tell Mrs. Conklin about the wonderful steaks you had on Okinawa." Box 12, Folder 265

12. "The question is—do we need to fall back on Gilbert & Sullivan or do we want to fall back on Ibsen?", 1944-1944 Box 11, Folder 250

133. "Well, there you are. We had just about given you up for lost!", 1947-1947 Box 7, Folder 132