Talk:Bette Nesmith Graham

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If she sold liquid paper then how did her son inherit it? Did she still have stock in the company? --Gbleem 01:15, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

It says he inherited her estate of $50 million, not the company itself. On Michael Nesmith's page it states he inherited approx half of her state (25mil). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 76.169.254.141 (talkcontribs)


Why did she die so young?

I've never seen a cause of death mentioned anywhere. I would think that since she died only six months after finally selling her company that she was ill. 56 isn't really "so young" - it's about when heart disease and cancer become big risks. because yes


For the proof of her birthname see here where I extract Robert's birth index entry. Wjhonson 17:53, 23 August 2007 (UTC)


What does this line mean?

'The German company has made such a name for itself that the wonder of liquid paper is today known formally by many a person across the globe as Tipp-Ex.'

What "German company"? (Germany is not mentioned before this point.) "Such a name"? The "wonder of liquid paper"? "Many a person"? (Badly, badly written!) —Preceding unsigned comment added by BayRadioDJ (talkcontribs) 20:20, 11 March 2010 (UTC)