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  1. Victoria Stanz Abernathy

    Still wondering if the common practice of stiffening felt with mercury may have contributed to the early death of a great aunt who was a gentle lady with a talent for creating glorious hats. She also was an entrepreneur, selling them at her husband’s, formerly her father’s large store.

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