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Janet Beyer

Janet Beyer, who worked for twenty years as a journalist and columnist for local papers in Concord, Massachusetts, has contributed entries to American Women Writers and Notable American Women. She was co-author of The Great Depression: A Nation in Distress.

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Shari Lewis

Shari Lewis was a ventriloquist, symphony conductor, author, producer, and performer. She and her puppet friends won numerous awards. She was asked by former first ladies Nancy Reagan and Rosalyn Carter to be the sole performer at the annual White House Christmas party for the children of the Diplomatic Corps, and she emceed the annual White House Easter festival for the Bushes and the Clintons.

Peggy Charren

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Janet Beyer." (Viewed on September 22, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/beyer-janet>.

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