One of the treasures in my neighbor's box from her time in Europe in 1950 was a photo of a genuine celebrity, Constance Bennett, 46 years of age in this photo. My neighbor lived in Wiesbaden, Germany, at the time while her husband worked in the Air Force Counter Intelligence Corps.
The handwriting says "Constance Bennett movie star - Nov. 1950 Now Mrs. Coulter, her husband is a colonel stationed here - I went to a "Tea" at her house the 22nd Nov."
Ms. Bennett's IMDB.com page says, among other things, this:
Her last marriage, to a U.S. Air Force colonel, was happy and gave her a key role coordinating shows flown to Europe for occupying troops (1946-48) and the Berlin Airlift (1948-49), winning her military honors. Still young-looking, she died suddenly at age 60 shortly after completing the last of her 57 films.
Quite a looker, she was. For more photos from this series click Europe 1950.