Tag Archives: 1930s

Dark Roots

Bury Me Deep/ Megan Abbot Simon and Schuster Paperbacks,2009 Marion Seely chooses men who are wrong inside, beginning with her morphine-addicted doctor husband.  When Everett Seely leavers her in Phoenix in 1930, heading off to a job in Mexico, she … Continue reading

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Notes From the Time Capsule: A Glimpse of the 1930s

The other week one of my direct reports found a cache of old papers in a file cabinet in the electrical room.  Finding papers in a government building is not news.  Finding old papers is kind of cool, though.  He … Continue reading

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