“There Were Five of Us Who Played Around Always”: Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s Taunton Friends

Marjory Stoneman Douglas and President Bill Clinton at the White House, November 30, 1993
Three-year old Marjory in the arms of her father, Frank Stoneman (far right), on the porch of the Trefethen house at 14 Harrison St. in Taunton. Marjory’s mother, Florence Trefethen Stoneman, sits on the railing.
Pauline Starrett
Edith Seibel
Margaret Blaine
Madeline Beers
Marjory Stoneman, ca. 1912
Marjory Stoneman Douglas close to the end of her life

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