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Living & Thriving: Dennis Buckmaster: Author

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Synopsis • Healing, Romance & Revolution
Harriet Holbrook Smith (1897-1990) lived a life of adventure, education, world travel, professional accomplishment, wide friendships, and more. “Hat,” as she was known, was widely loved and respected. Hat retired as the Dean of the School of Nursing, University of Washington.
 
Seminal to her life was two “tours of duty” with the Yale in China Program in Changsha, China (1921 – 1924 and 1926 - 1927). These years were filled with change: culturally, politically, socially, militarily and more. Hat was in the midst of these dynamics, developing herself, worldview and understanding of humanity.
Harriet evolves from a “wild eyed” student radical into a mature leader.
 

 

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