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About Louise Sheldon MacDonald

Louise Sheldon MacDonald was a reporter for LIFE magazine (12 years), an editor of "Smithsonian" magazine(3 years). She corresponded for UPI, "The Christian Science Monitor" and "The Middle East" (London) from Rabat, Morocco 1975-81. "Casablanca Notebook," her collection of nonfiction short stories concerning Morocco, and "Wind in the Sahara," a novel set in the Saharan war, were published in 2002. B.A. German Literature, Bryn Mawr College 1948; M.A.French Literature, Northridge University 1972.
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Growing Up at Spindrift on Narragansett Bay  in the 1930s and through World War II
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Growing Up at Spindrift on Narragansett Bay in the 1930s and through World War II

After scouring the coast of New England, my father found a shingled dwelling in Saunderstown, Rhode Island, perched high above the rocks on the west bank of Narragansett Bay. It …
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