WHAT'S A WOMAN DOING HERE? by Dickey Chapelle

WHAT'S A WOMAN DOING HERE?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Spirited young people will delight in this lively record of one woman's amazing life as a photographer-reporter. From chaperoning a beauty queen to Havana, to her war experiences on two Jima, aboard a hospital ship, and Okinawa, and on to capture by a Russian patrol in Hungary, later freedom and a tour with Castro, this is one gal who was really there. The 24 pages of photographs further enliven and lend credence to all accounts.

Pub Date: Jan. 17th, 1961
Publisher: Morrow