Among the papers left by my mother are three pages of typewritten recollections by Lois Hall Roberts, my grandmother's sister. The pages were Xeroxed and the ink is fading fast, so I typed them into my computer.
Most of the comments refer to Marion Holland's unpublished memoirs. At the bottom of the second page, a segment came to a tantalizing end:
"p. 270 That cop was Sinclair, famous for having the most arrests on his record. Peggy once got him to [illegible] ...."
Past travels with a trusty camera; current work on James E. Brewton Foundation research and memoir
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