Letters from Miss Edna: 1925-1975

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Author House, Feb 23, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 232 pages

The II5 letters in this book were written by a woman whose life spanned the center of the twentieth century. Hers is a story of ordinary people - how they lived and loved and worked and died - during a period of extraordinary change. As Miss Ednas life unfolds, she is caught up in the abnormal rate of change that moved the world through the century. Her experiences move from slates to computers, from travel in buggies to airplanes, from homes with wood cook stoves to modern electric facilities. Read about the trials of The Great Depression, the tragedies of World War II, the horror of death by cancer. Feel the love of family and the value of friendships.

 

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About the author (2005)

Patsy Johnson Hallman is Retiring Dean, College of Education, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas. She served as a university administrator for eleven years and earlier taught at all levels, kindergarten through graduate school. She became interested in the “Miss Edna” letters when she realized that they were written by a teacher and showed a clear picture of life lived by ordinary people throughout the twentieth century.

Hallman and her husband, Dr. Leon Hallman, have lived in the beauty of the Deep East Texas Pine Forest for many years. They have five adult children.

Dr. Hallman is also the author of I HAD A TEACHER and the soon to be published; I HAD A TEACHER, TOO.

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