Life is a series of stories. Many of those stories are lost before they are ever told, and the remainder told but eventually lost. Few of us transcribe our stories for posterity, and, so, our stories ultimately slide into oblivion.While browsing in a secondhand bookstore, I came across a Chicago lawyer’s memoir, which he privately printed in 1946. The 343-page typewritten manuscript (with ink …
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