Packed in a Trunk
The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson

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Stacey

This is a treasure in so many layers!

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Lori

Everyone who loves docs, women's history, art history, ancestry work MUST watch this. It's brilliantly done, beautiful throughout, and it should last for the ages . . .

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