Diane Hutchinson Parker's father kept a huge, cloth covered coal ledger filled, not with statements of profit and losses, but rather stuffed to over-flowing with local newspaper articles and pictures that he found interesting: the scandals, obituaries, and gossip starting in 1864.
"Daddy's Ledger" details those meticulously saved stories and is the springboard from whence pictorials blossom, spanning generations. These tales hold tidbits for everyone: from castles and love stories; from murder and the beginnings of a coal business; from the ruins of a family fortune to the discovery that the love of family prevails over all struggles.
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