Cate Campbell is a physician’s daughter, and has worked in more jobs than she can count–as a teacher, an office nurse, a waitress, a nanny, a secretary, a saleswoman, and a singer. Benedict Hall is the culmination of her lifelong fascination with medicine, history, Seattle, and the stunning cultural and social changes that marked the decade of the 1920s.
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If the history of Benedict Hall intrigues you, and you’d like to know more, or if you’re just curious about where Cate finds her information, here is a partial bibliography of sources: Manual of Surgery, 1921, 6th Edition, by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles. Cate has this in a digital…
Benedict Hall now has cover art! Thrilling!
In the midst of a time of social and cultural upheaval, fashions in clothes and hair also changed abruptly. In the space of a decade, ladies’ hemlines rose from the ankle to the knee. Hair, which previously had been allowed to grow more or less unchecked, was bobbed–in barbershops! Ladies’…