A Twentieth Century Woman:
Lucy Kramer Cohen  1907 - 2007

Streaming is up!
11/5/2011 6:05:02 PM

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Posted By Saul Zales, Monday, November 7, 2011 11:33:25 AM
Nancy's video pays tribute to Lucy Kramer, but moreso, gives insight to the capabilities and achievements of a woman across decades of her life, despite the challenges of her times. I've oftened commented on the drive and life-long positive attitude of Depression era mothers. This video exemplifies, through her own words, one woman's journey.
Posted By nancy, Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:24:57 PM
Thanks, Saul. I recall Lucy's friends from her age group were very feisty women who worked, raised families, lost and found jobs and still managed to enjoy life. Like Lucy they did not tend to talk about their inner lives, but rather looked to the world
around them with interest and thoroughly enjoyed their life and friends in the world. Of course, I was a kid and these women did not confide their problems in children for sure.
Posted By nancy, Monday, November 28, 2011 4:51:08 AM
Greetings, We invite you to view video chapters from the website and comment. nancy