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 Many letters are fascinating historical documents written during WW2 when she was a Red Cross recreational worker.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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