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Though Corinne was fond of Eleanor , she would visit only when her mother
insisted . “ I never wanted to go , ” she remembered . “ The grim atmosphere of
that house . There was no place to play games , unbroken gloom everywhere .
We ate ...
During her last year at Allenswood , her cousin Corinne entered the school .
Corrine was the girl who had once felt sorry for Eleanor . Now she found that her
cousin was a different person . “ When I arrived she was ' everything ' at the
See Civil rights Read , Elizabeth , 69 – 70 , 175 Red Cross , 58 , 60 , 135
Refugees , 128 , 148 – 50 , 151 Reid , Jean , 33 Rivington Street Settlement
House , 33 Robbins , Muriel ( cousin ) , 33 Robinson , Corinne ( aunt ) , 19 , 30
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