Learning from Lucy

Lucy before the Henna — A mousy-brown haired Lucille Ball shortly after she arrived in Hollywood

Growing up, my favorite comedienne was, and remains, Lucille Ball. It was a mystery to me why my fellow classmates in elementary school did not know who Lucy was. How shameful! Didn’t they watch Nick at Nite every single night like I did? For almost two decades I have read too many Lucy books to count and watched hundreds of hours of her performances and interviews, yet I still find myself laughing at her as much as I did the first time I discovered this…

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Holley is a historian specializing in 20th century political, entertainment, and music history. Visit www.holleysnaith.com to learn more.

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Holley Snaith

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Holley is a historian specializing in 20th century political, entertainment, and music history. Visit www.holleysnaith.com to learn more.

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