Carolyn and Dennis Buckmaster introduce Harriet Holbrook Smith, social activist/anarchist, NW adventuress, leader of men and women, university professor, raconteur, nurse, innovator, civic leader, world traveler, inspiring personage and much more, all in one person.
"Healing, Romance and Revolution" is a compilation of Harriet's letters home from Changsha, China where Harriet was a nurse, nurse manager and educator with Yale in China. The year, 1926, one of the most tumultuous and revolutionary times of China.
Harriet is a keen observer of her life and times mixing the political, social and war with her quest for romance and professional responsibilities in a fascinating series of letters.
Join us at Ravens Books.
This session is supported by an informative and entertaining PowerPoint Presentation.
And, of course, Carolyn and Dennis love fielding questions.
Oh, we will be giving a copy of Healing, Romance and Revolution.