Josephine Lawrence

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Josephine Lawrence (1889–1978) was an American novelist and journalist. Some of her books are Glenna (1929), Head of the Family (1932), Years Are So Long (1934) — which was made into a movie Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) — If I Have Four Apples (1935), Sound of Running Feet (1937) and Bow Down to Wood and Stone (1938).


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