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THE LATEST INSTALLMENT FROM CROTON’S OWN ROBERT SCOTT: CHRONICLES OF CROTON’S BOHEMIA
Lillian Nordica: Unlucky in Love
As streets go in that part of Croton still called Harmon by some, Nordica Drive is unremarkable. Another quiet bucolic byway, ending in a dead end--as many do in this former real estate development.The Making of a Prima Donna - The Lillian Nordica story is a study in fortitude. It begins with her mother, Amanda Norton. “Give me a spoon,” she once said, “and I won’t hesitate to dig a tunnel through a mountain.” Amanda imparted this determination to her daughters. READ MORE HERE http://www.notorc.blogspot.com/2013/01/lillian-nordica-unlucky-in-love.html
SEE MORE OF SCOTT’S CHRONICLES OF CROTON’S BOHEMIA HERE: http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2012/12/robert-scotts-chronicles-of-crotons.html and here http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/01/robert-scotts-chronicles-of-crotons.html
What a tragic life. A shame we don't have some sort of marker here but then this is a board that doesn't think much of the village's history.ReplyDelete
True. All true.ReplyDelete