One Woman's Century: The Remarkable Story of Angela Marsh Peterson, 1902-2000
Parkway Publishers, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 243 pages
Angela Marsh Peterson (1902-2000) was an extraordinary individual who encountered nearly every experience available to a twentieth century woman: marriage, motherhood, divorce, the death of a child, being a businesswoman, teaching school. She watched Haley's comet with her mother in 1910 and heard about the tragey of the Titanic. She experienced the Depression and both World Wars. The daughter of a state senator, she would grow to survive rape, a nervous breakdown, and a crippling illness. In time she would serve in the military, organize a travel company, and found a museum.This is Angela's remarkable story.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mckait - LibraryThing
This is a rich, compelling story about a woman whose long life was filled with everything from joy to despair. Her voice runs through it, and draws you into her story. The writing is warm and easy.. no, a pleasure to read as are all books by this author. Read full review