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Ms Barber, thank you for

Ms Barber, thank you for your comments. I was glad to see someone standing up for the truth vs. the fiction in Mr. Hough's book.

We are somewhat related. My grandmother, Lucy Mayes, was a cousin of Ms Stark. I think they were raised by some of the same relatives, but I think my grandma was a bit younger than Ms. Stark.

I too, have a copy of Hold That Tiger, which I won't part with. Recently I found a copy of a Big Little Book about her that had many pictures of her and her beloved tigers.

Phyllis Van


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