Monthly Archives: January 2013

Edythe Donovan Fox, Multiple Sclerosis Fighter, by Linda Harris Sittig

In her day she must have been a real looker, the type of woman who makes men stop to gaze at an hourglass figure and confident stride. Born in 1913, Edythe Donovan was a physically striking woman with a magnetic … Continue reading

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Harriet Hanson Robinson, Factory Child by Linda Harris Sittig

The city of Lowell, Massachusetts hugs the Merrimack River, grateful to the water source that once played host to ten giant textile mills starting back in the 1830s. Energy surged through the town as over 10,000 power looms transferred raw … Continue reading

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