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Celebrities remember Lauren Bacall

Actress Lauren Bacall during the Academy Awards in Los Angeles in 2010.

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Actress Lauren Bacall during the Academy Awards in Los Angeles in 2010.

Lauren Bacall died Tuesday at her Manhattan home, her family said. She was 89.

Though best known for her film work, Ms. Bacall twice won a Tony Award for best actress in a musical, for “Applause” (1970) and “Woman of the Year” (1981), and an American Book Award for her best-selling memoir, “By Myself” (1979). Her marriage to Humphrey Bogart was one of the most celebrated in Hollywood history.

Related: Lauren Bacall, sultry, simmering sidekick, dies at 89

Celebrities and other notable names are taking to Twitter to share their memories of the legendary actress.

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