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Fuller, Mary Lou

FULLER, Mary Lou

FULLER, Mary Lou. American, b. 1929. Genres: Women's studies and issues, Autobiography/Memoirs, Humor/Satire. Career: Memoirist, small-press publisher, and former innkeeper; has also worked in banking. First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust, assistant director of training, 1946-61; Guaranty Bank & Trust, Worcester, MA, assistant director of training, 1961-63; Fitzwilliam Inn, Fitzwilliam, NH, owner and innkeeper (with husband), 1963-73; National Grange Mutual, Keene, NH, assistant director of training, 1975-80; University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, business manager for student dining, 1980-89; retired to become partner in KALM Publishing, 1989. Publications: A Horse in the Ladies' Room, 1997; (and illustrator) Where Lame Donkeys Lie, 1998; On the Wings of a Unicorn, 1999; How to Build a Book (pamphlet), 2001; Sisters by Heart-Partners in Aging, 2001. Address: 149 East Side Dr #135, Concord, NH 03301, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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