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Xlibris Corporation, Dec 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 52 pages
In the wake of profound grief following the loss of his wife, the author determines that the life and times of this remarkable woman, not blessed with either fame or fortune, should be assembled into a kind of 'tapestry of words." This could endure beyond the modest graying stone in the cemetery for those who knew and loved her and those in posterity, who would otherwise have never known her. This then is a short biographical glimpse into her life- and the story for the reader of 'who was she"

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