By Beth Saidel
To New York, with love (and without Woody Allen)
It’s unclear how I caught such a high degree of this particular type of fever. For a girl born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1960, a life in Manhattan was just so damn far afield. But at some point, fairly early on, I truly believed that I belonged here — and the scene I imagined was…
My aunt’s favorite pen pal — Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Lois Severin never spoke on the phone. They were only together a handful of times. But their 17-year correspondence fills a box in my Aunt Lois’ St. Louis home. It started in the early 1950s. Marty Ginsburg and Lois’ husband, my Uncle Phil, met at Cornell University. They were fraternity brothers….
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