Bertita Harding letter
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- Harding, Bertita (Person)
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She was trained as a pianist and soprano for the concert stage but turned to writing, composing several novels of famous royalty, many of which were published in Indianapolis, and professional lecturing on Mexico, Europe, and Latin America. Bertita was decorated by the Imperial Government of Ethiopia for research on that country.
She died in December of 1971 in Mexico.
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