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Bless Her Heart: The Life and Times of Ellen McClung Berry | Remarks and Book Signing with Barbara Aston-Wash

@ East Tennessee History Center
Where: 
East Tennessee History Center Bilo Nelson Auditorium
When: 
Sunday, August 19, 2018 - 2:30pm to 3:00pm
Ellen Berry (1894-1992), a descendant of Knoxville founder James White, was a southern aristocrat who lived a life of love, riches, world travel, and royal connections. Yet her life was marred by tragedy, sorrow, and a misplaced trust that took her fortune and became an episode of the television series Unsolved Mysteries.  
 
Best known for her Knoxville News-Sentinel society column, "People and Parties," award-winning journalist Barbara Aston-Wash has interviewed some of the brightest lights of the Twentieth Century, some of whom read like a national who's who.

The lecture is presented by the East Tennessee Historical Society and is free and open to the public.