A Room of My Own
Virginia Eide plans to have fun the summer of 1933, as most 14 year-old girls plan to do. But the economy of the depression, and the fact that her father is a doctor, precludes young Jenny from actualizing her dream.
The hard times has produced many jobless men and families who have have lost everything and have nowhere to go. They unify and claim a parcel of land near the Souix City railroad line, naming their town Soo-City. The local factory emp...
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