Woman-less library would’ve been a hit — with no one
It’s been a few years ago now, but I once got the most unusual letter from a reader of Common Sense from far, far away. And that letter is largely why I leave an open invitation for you to respond after each column.
The lady’s name was Margaret Ann Scheirman-Buckley. And she had quite the story to tell after she began pouring through old newspapers her neighbor had given her. The newspapers, used as insulation in a house that was being remodeled, were from the Minneapolis area.
Most were copies of long-defunct publications from the 1930s, which piqued her interest.
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