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When this particular round of Life Stories writing comes to an end in another month or so, I'll likely type the stories that these women have been writing. (I've been encouraging them to post-script details to what they have written and not to worry if the individual stories are not in chronological order. We'll tidy it up at the conclusion of the project, I promised.) But I'll encourage each of them to include samples of her handwriting in her final work.

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