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  • Ka'ri Nelsen
    Ka'ri Nelsen • 2 years ago

    Love to see this picture! I have many pictures of her as I am her great(5times) niece!

  • Ev
    Ev • 2 years ago

    WOW!!! That;s amazing! Do you know much about her life?

  • Ka'ri Nelsen
    Ka'ri Nelsen • 2 years ago

    I have a newspaper article about her & written statements from my grandmother about Viola Meyer. Some excerpts, "Miss Post's beard was nearly 6" long when she was 14...she had 4 offers of marriage but refused them all until she completed her education at 18 & gave her hand in marriage to Amos Meyers...who said if Viola ever cut off her beard he would leave her...."

  • Ev
    Ev • 2 years ago

    She must have been such an incredible person. Too have been so strong a woman in those days in rejecting the marriage proposals until she really wanted to and it sounds like it was someone who really loved her. It would have been hard to walk around like that n any era.

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