Ruth's Genealogy

“And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.”

When I was a teenager, I had a “MIA bracelet”, containing the name and date-lost of a Vietnam War soldier. His name was Maj. Gregg Hartness, and he went missing on 26 Nov 1968. I wore that bracelet for many years, until it was so worn that it made my wrist raw. I still have …

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And thrilled! I just checked my email and found the latest Footnote News, the monthly newsletter from My bio of Dr. Nathan B. Kennedy has been selected as the featured story page! Thank you so much, Footnote team!

There is an article in the Ft Worth Star-Telegram this morning about a display of old Ft Worth photos soon to appear in New York City. These post-WWII images are from a huge collection of 20,000 negatives acquired by actress and photographer Diane Keaton. They are scenes of everyday life and everyday people from the …

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