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"I don't remember whether the idea for me to move from a watcher to a performer was mine or my mother's. I do remember that in 1950 my mother took me to audition for 'The Horn & Hardart Children's Hour' as part of a duo with a friend from school. Loretta Stone was ten and I was eight when we decided to perform together"
p. 22 From "A Natural Woman" #anaturalwoman
"I don't remember whether the idea for me to move from a watcher to a performer was mine or my mother's. I do remember that in 1950 my mother took me to audition for 'The Horn & Hardart Children's Hour' as part of a duo with a friend from school. Loretta Stone was ten and I was eight when we decided to perform together"
p. 22 From "A Natural Woman" #anaturalwoman
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