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a dealer in fabrics and sewing materials (and sometimes in clothing and drygoods)

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On February 27 Judy Draper-Bostwick, the grand-niece of Virginia Draper, along with her cousins Brad Farmer and Jeff Farmer, will celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Draper's & Damon's, a retail company founded by Virginia Draper in 1927.
Any woman in 1906 who started a newspaper route at age 11, ran a hotel at 14, eloped at 15 and was widowed by 18 was in for a pretty extraordinary life," begins Judy Draper-Bostwick, the grand-niece of Virginia Draper.
Six years after visiting Chanel Modes, Virginia opened the Draper Studio of Modes on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena.
While not mentioned in the book, additional information on the Drapers may be found on the book's website, www.
Emma Draper, her father, her brother, and her seven children, ages one to 13, spent a year from June 1886 to June 1887 in a small sod house on the barren plains of what was then the Dakota Territory and is now north central South Dakota.
A Mold Crown Court jury convicted the Drapers, who are now separated, of stealing pounds 15, 120 from Florence Jean Shakeshaft.
Mrs Shakeshaft, who has since died of a heart attack, lived alone in the Great Sutton area of Cheshire, and Sharon Draper was her carer between March 2002 and April 2003.
On February 27 Judy Draper-Bostwick, the grand-niece of Virginia Draper, along with her cousins Brad Farmer and Jeff Farmer will celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Draper's & Damon's, a retail company founded by Virginia Draper in 1927.
On February 27 Judy Draper-Bostwick, the grand-niece of Virginia Draper along with her cousins Brad Farmer and Jeff Farmer will celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Draper's & Damon's, a retail company founded by Virginia Draper in 1927.