3 July 2004
Heather: What got you interested in Catharine Littleﬁeld Greene?
Audrey: She was the wife of Nathaniel Greene (who was second in command to George Washington during the American Revolution). Everyone thought the world of her. She never let herself grow up. She always wanted to be a little girl. All she wanted was to be noticed and get a lot of attention. Greene was so busy with the (American) Revolution, but wherever Greene went she went with him. (The Greene’s home is a historical building right here in Coventry where we often had our Daughters of the American Revolution Meetings.)
(I’m looking at) Emily Dickinson’s large print book. I want to read all the old books again. I wish Emily Dickinson’s three books were in large print. Mae Evarone sent these three books to me many years ago.