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Lifestyle

The Women’s Voices List: Mail Call!

By Margaretta Barton Colt
By Margaretta Barton Colt

“'Adios Hollywood' . . . There’s never been a Hollywood memoir quite like this one—but then, there’s never been a movies star quite like Dick, Dog of Oaxaca. Once a humble Mexican dog, he was discovered under a restaurant table, and his legendary career was launched . . . “

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Money & Careers

A Woman’s Place: or, Who the Boss?

By Margaretta Barton Colt
When the Military Bookman opened its door in 1976, in a small shop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, I was following my husband into the out-of-print book trade. Ninety-five percent of our customers were men. I was a woman in a very macho business.
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