Don't Forget to Smile or How to Stay Sane and Fit over Ninety ePub download
by Ruth Stout
- ISBN: 0912846216
- ISBN13: 978-0912846217
- ePub: 1355 kb | FB2: 1183 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Bookstore Pr (2002)
- Rating: 4.5/5
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- Format: mbr lit lrf mobi
Don't Forget To Smile. Ruth Imogen Stout was the fifth child of Quaker parents John Wallace Stout and Lucetta Elizabeth Todhunter Stout.
Don't Forget To Smile. Her younger brother Rex Stout, an author, was famous for the Nero Wolfe detective stories. Stout moved to New York when she was 18 and was employed at various times as a nurse, bookkeeper, secretary, business manager, and factory worker. She coordinated lectures and debates Ruth Imogen Stout was the fifth child of Quaker parents John Wallace Stout and Lucetta Elizabeth Todhunter Stout.
Stout, R. Don't Forget to Smile: How to Stay Sane and Fit Over Ninety. Waterbury Sunday Republican, . 2. Stout, Ruth How to have a Green Thumb without an Aching Back (1955, Eposition Press-New York),. 5. a b c d The Bridgeport Post, November 26, 1960, p. 16. ^
Stout, R. a b McAleer, John J. (1977). ^ Social Security Death Index, Master File.
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