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Aunt Edith

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Aunt Edith 1914

[circa 1914] Out of “show business” now, Aunt Edith (on the right) landed in Portland, Oregon, where she took an office job. In an era when women, in general, did not work outside the home and if they did, had no career choices beyond secretary, nurse or teacher, Aunt Edith not only joined the all-male business world, she became a successful executive.

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bytefactory @ 2003-08-23 said:
What a rebel that Aunt Edith. It seems that she was quite an inspiration to you, Ronni.

airchild @ 2003-08-25 said:
Your Aunt Edith was a strong woman, very admirable!

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Aunt Edith wrote an interesting postal card (hard to do for lack of space).

I love your Aunt Edith!

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