Eileen SHERIDAN Original Vintage Photograph (7"x9") Eileen Sheridan was one of if not the premier women's cyclist in the United Kingdom from the late 1940's through the 1950s. Joining her first cycling club at the age of 20, she was initially interested in touring. That changed after she put the hammer down and won a local time trial. What followed was a world class racing career.
[Annie Smith] Peck left Providence, R.I., behind and went on to earn a Master’s degree in Greek from the University of Michigan, becoming a professor of archaeology and Latin. Along the way, the intrepid philologist took up mountaineering, scaling peaks in the Tyrolean Alps, volcanoes in Mexico, and eventually the Matterhorn...
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