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An Army in Skirts: The World War II Letters of Frances Debra Hardcover – June 23, 2008
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About the Author
Frances DeBra Brown, a teacher, artist, and art conservator, lives in Yazoo City, Mississippi. A prize-winning miniature artist, her work was accepted by the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors, and Gravers for its art show at The Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, England. She is a member of the American Institute for Conservation and the International Institute for Conservation and has cleaned and repaired hundreds of paintings and has done conservation work for the Mississippi State Capitol, the Hall of Governors, and the Old Capitol of Mississippi Museum.
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Unlike some dry accounts, this is well done and an easy read. Great for anyone doing research on women in WWII.
She met her husband there. She was my art teacher for 12 years and each day with her was
so precious...I learned so much more from her than drawing, watercolors and oils.
Even though I hadn't seen her for years when she died (because she was living with a daughter
far away) she left me one of her quills with which she signed her paintings. It was given to me
at her funeral. READ this book, this author is REAL!
Such a talented artist...she refurbished the damaged paintings of the governors of Mississippi
now they hang in the capitol again.