The Easter uprising

McNamara, Bill
July 1992
Yankee;Jul92, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p20
Presents an anecdote involving the author, a former Providence, Rhode Island newspaper reporter, and the subject of one of his stories, the not-so-late Dr. John Murphy, a prominent Providence physician.


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