In My Mind’s Eye spans nearly a century of Pauline Beckman’s memories: From watching her mother sweep a dirt-floored kitchen to kicking up her heels during the Roaring ‘20s. From mastering the art of “flour-sack frugal” during the Depression to discovering a natural affinity for storytelling late in her eighth decade. But this collection of stories is more than just a colorful personal memoir. It’s a rich historical record of American life as it was lived in an earlier era.
In the words of J.M Barrie, “God gave us memory that we might have roses in December.” So come on in. Share in these snapshots of days past—stop and smell the roses.
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