The Way It Was: Sex, Surgery, Treasure, & Travel, 1907-1987

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George ("Barney") Crile considers himself a lucky man, lucky to be born when and where he was, lucky to have had the parents he did, lucky in his career, and most of all, lucky in his wives. Barney Crile's parents were of Cleveland's elite during that city's self-described golden age. His father was a founder of the world-famous Cleveland Clinic and a pillar of the medical community. His mother took care of the family and in particular doted on Barney. She kept volumes of letters, photographs, and memorabilia from which her ...

The Way It Was: Sex, Surgery, Treasure, & Travel, 1907-1987 1992, Kent State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780873384650

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