Reviews

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    Sean Rost of the State Historical Society of Missouri interviews Susan Croce Kelly about her newest book

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  • Springfield News/Leader

    By Greta Cross: “Susan Croce Kelly’s latest book documents the life and work of Lucile Morris Upton, who wrote for the News-Leader from the 1930s to the 1980s. The biography is also an ode to the region’s newspaper industry and women’s contributions to journalism to the mid-1900s…”

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  • Sharing Stories at the Crossroads

    Sharing Stories at the Crossroads

    A look into the life of one of Springfield, Missouri’s, first female reporters, Lucile Morris Upton, with host John Sellars and guest Susan Croce Kelly

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  • Mountain Home Observer

    An Independent Woman, Changing Times, And A Bully Pulpit: ‘Newspaperwoman of the Ozarks’ tells all! Before the word Ozarks was synonymous with the idea of goofy hillbillies, fast boats, and family vacations, it was a place where real people lived their lives day-to-day and learned about the world from their local newspapers.

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    The new biography “Newspaperwoman of the Ozarks” by Susan Croce Kelly is a wonderful recounting of the colorful, productive life of Lucile Morris Upton, who

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