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October 23, 2013

The House Eudora Built

We travel to the home of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Eudora Welty in Jackson, Miss. She was one of the finest story tellers of our time, and we get a glimpse into her world. Welty's house is now a museum - books piled everywhere, type writer in its place and a desk stacked with letters from other writers of her time. There are also her own notes to loved ones, including her niece Mary Alice White, who is Dick Gordon's tour guide on this day.


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