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Rolland this week reiterated the city’s long-held conclusion that the city isn’t bound by Marston’s directive, a fact that Lincoln previously said didn’t pass muster with title companies who advised they’d be unwilling to insure the building.Officials Eye the Old Central Library for Homeless Shelter, Again|Lisa Halverstadt|December 3, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Marston lived with wife Elizabeth Holloway Marston and partner Olive Byrne in a “nonconformist” way, according to Lepore’s book.
A half-year later, when Marston was weakened by polio, she handled more and more writing.
When Marston was diagnosed with polio some five months after they started working together, she took on an increasingly significant share of the writing.
Hummel at first typed Marston’s scripts before writing more than 70 scripts of her own, with detailed instructions for the artists.
Marston met Olive Byrne while a professor at Tufts and away from his wife.
Her microhistories weave compelling lives into larger stories, and William Moulton Marston is irresistible.
The protagonist is the creator of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston, born in 1893.
Marston declared that women should rule the world but remained a patriarch.
It brings out the distance and doubt that festered within the proximate intimacy of the Marston family.
Miss Marston had said that they must think me very unladylike.
So I took my seat, and Miss Marston shut the door and went away.
Marston Moor, where the adherents of Charles I. were defeated.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Bertha said to Mrs. Marston, "Why, Helen, you have more steak here than we can eat in a week."
When she arrived Stella was warmly welcomed into the elegantly furnished home of Mrs. Marston.