February 1962
New Yorker;2/17/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 53, p24
The article focuses on the work done by a suburban housewife in New York City. The lady volunteered to drive a group of children from the local grammar school to a nearby Audubon Center. In response to her good deed, teachers ordered their students to write thank you notes for her. An example of one of the thank you notes is given. INSET: Untitled.


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