How to Play During a War: A Free Spirit's Life in Letters

TitleHow to Play During a War: A Free Spirit's Life in Letters
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsMerritt, Evelyn, and Lynne Merritt Whelden
Number of Pages344
PublisherLynne Whelden Productions
CityCanton, PA
Abstract

Evelyn Meritt was eternally optimistic and joyful in the face of overwhelming adversity. Add to that playful, adventurous and musically talented. Plus she had a knack for writing. "How to Play During a War" is a grand compilation of hundreds of letters written to her parents and friends, along with 200 black and white photos. You’ll get an up-close and personal look at one truly amazing woman fulfilling the task of the “greatest generation.” Many letters are fascinating historical documents written during WW2 when she was a Red Cross recreational worker. [Lynne Merritt Wheldon]

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