Author:GRACE ELINORE CHAPMAN [later NASH]

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1930 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY OF A YOUNG OHIO VIOLINST WHO WOULD ONE DAY SOON DEFY HER JAPANESE CAPTORS, ENDURE THREE YEARS OF HORRIFIC TREATMENT AND DEPRIVATIONS EVEN WHILE PREGNANT IN PRISON ONLY TO ENDURE AND FLOURISH UNTIL HER 97TH YEAR

By: GRACE ELINORE CHAPMAN [later NASH]

Price: $3,255.99

Publisher: DELAWARE OHIO CLEVELAND AKRON OH, 1930

Seller ID: 0002244

Condition: Good


On offer is a fascinating, original January 1, 1930 to November 9, 1930 manuscript diary handwritten by Grace Elinore Chapman [later Nash], a 21 year old woman, a concert violinist and teacher who would one day soon find love, move to the Philippines and then in 1942 become a prisoner of war under cruel and severe treatment by her Japanese captors. Casual research finds an article regarding her life titled: "An Unbelievable Life: Mother, wife, teacher, POW, author - Grace Nash packs a lot of living into 97 years 'Amazing' Grace; Mother, Wife, Teacher, POW, Author: Grace Nash Packs a Lot of... View more info