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Letter: Thanks to those who helped create Silent City

Ellen Zornes writes:
In my haste to 'recreate' what we said during Silent City, I neglected to thank the people who are responsible for us being able to cite any history of our characters. JIM, you were instrumental in information about the houses built during the era. Who built them, what they were made of, where they were located and that there was a 'Boomer Heights'. Thank you for all your research and writing.

When JD and I portray a character, I do my best to find a living ancestor who can fill in gaps that research alone simply can't. In that respect, Paula Miller, Susan Upchurch and Sue Nell Kirkman were invaluable. And of course, as always, Ernie Bennett and Mike Watson. Thank you all so much for your willingness to talk to me...multiple times.
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