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Sarah Winchester, My Neighbor
by Jim Fitzgerald and Edith Daley




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Learn the truth about Mrs. Sarah L. Winchester, one of the most interesting and mysterious women in American history. The story is told by one of Mrs. Winchester's neighbors: librarian and poet Edith Daley. Ms. Daley shares a wealth of material and personal insights about this unique woman, who built the Winchester "Mystery" House in San Jose, California. In a sympathetic, accurate manner, Edith Daley tells the real story of Sarah Winchester, who kept a room in her home with walls, carpet, and ceiling of white satin, which no one entered but herself. Ms. Daley also shares previously unrevealed information about Mrs. Winchester's everyday life, her habits, her humor, and her little-known generosity. Though this story was written in 1922, upon the death of Mrs. Winchester, it remains as interesting today as it was nearly a century ago. This is a short read, about 10,000 words long.

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Learn the truth about Mrs. Sarah L. Winchester, one of the most interesting and mysterious women in American history. The story is told by one of Mrs. Winchester's neighbors: librarian and poet Edith Daley. Ms. Daley shares a wealth of material and personal insights about this unique woman, who built the Winchester "Mystery" House in San Jose, California. In a sympathetic, accurate manner, Edith Daley tells the real story of Sarah Winchester, who kept a room in her home with walls, carpet, and ceiling of white satin, which no one entered but herself. Ms. Daley also shares previously unrevealed information about Mrs. Winchester's everyday life, her habits, her humor, and her little-known generosity. Though this story was written in 1922, upon the death of Mrs. Winchester, it remains as interesting today as it was nearly a century ago. This is a short read, about 10,000 words long.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781986728980
  • ISBN-10: 1986728986
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: March 2018
  • Page Count: 82
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.17 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 pounds


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