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dc.date.accessioned2014-07-21T16:30:14Z
dc.date.available2014-07-21T16:30:14Z
dc.date.issuedn.d.
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.tcu.edu:443/handle/116099117/70
dc.descriptionsample research notes for Halsell's book, Soul Sister
dc.formatJPEG
dc.format.mediumnotebook page
dc.relationGrace Halsell Papers (MS 6)
dc.rightsPrior written permission from TCU Special Collections required to use any photograph.
dc.sourceSeries III, Box 30, research material [3]
dc.subjectSoul Sister
dc.subjectHalsell, Grace
dc.titleGrace Halsell
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dc.identifier.digitool97875en_US
dc.date.captured2012-05-16
dc.format.dimensions1312px x 1916px
dc.format.resolution300ppi x 300ppi
dc.description.transcriptionfreedom to talk as to no one else Mrs. H. talking intimately-embarrasing 2/3 rds a person could say what she pleased with impunity. Her husband - divorced daughters. My reaction, go ahead, talk to me as you would your friendly psychiatrist, but no value. My opinions, not really heard – no catharsis Carlee (Marie Johnson) Rt. 1, Walton Grove, Miss. (Belinda) Jackson, Ethel Griffin. Could I get a room with her.


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  • Grace Halsell Papers [55]
    Grace Halsell wrote for several newspapers, worked as a staff writer for Lyndon B. Johnson, and wrote thirteen books, the most well-known of which was Soul Sister (1969). The papers document her life and career.

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