Monthly Archives: April 2015

Ann Seton Chase by Linda Harris Sittig

In the small town where I grew up, there was a unique rite of passage for preteens. Once you reached your twelfth birthday, and had a letter from a parent, you were allowed entrance into the hallowed halls of the … Continue reading

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Elisabeth Oesterlein by Linda Harris Sittig

  Education was always a priority in our family. My father pursued a B.S. in Accounting from New York University because as a World War II Veteran heĀ could attend under the G.I. Bill. After graduating from high school, my mother … Continue reading

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