Item description for Lucy's Letters: A Mother's Gift by Nancy Langer Schlecht...
Margaret Lucille Diebold, nicknamed Bunny, was later known as Lucille, Mom and finally "Lucy." She was born in 1912 and graduated from Oberlin College before her 21st birthday. Intelligent and spunky, Lucy wrote letters, essays, poems and contest entries with candor and wit. From the idealistic years of a college senior to the golden years of a senior citizen, Lucy's Letters journeys through a lifetime of hopes, dreams, joys and sorrows of an extraordinary woman.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.76" Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Publisher New Leaf Books
ISBN 1930076401 ISBN13 9781930076402
Availability 140 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 11:27.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Lucy's Letters: A Mother's Gift?
Son-in-law Loves Lucy's Letters Feb 15, 2002
Lucy was my mother-in-law and we clicked from the time we met. We were both owls and stayed up into the night talking when Nan and I would visit Cleveland. We were both avid readers and enjoyed sharing books and newspaper articles. Over the years our relationship changed but our fondness for each other remained. I enjoy reminiscing the life and times of Lucy through her letters. Lucy's Letters provides a window in time.
an incredible treasure Nov 17, 2001
a beautiful book of great clarity and and wisdom that lovelingly captures the simplicity of a lovely lady. I laughed, cried and ordered four copies for my children
Lucy's Letters: A Mother's Gift Nov 10, 2001
A must read, once you pick-it up, you won't want to put it down. A treasure trove of memories as seen through the eyes of a modern 20th century woman. A time-capsule documenting life during the the 20th century. Clever anecdotes in abundance! A special note to the author . . . who is the "loud neighbor".