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The Story Space
29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


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2/15/2011
 Libby Franck as 19th Century “Queen of America”: poet/reformer Julia Ward Howe, best known for her “Battle Hymn of the Republic”, 1st sung in Framingham!
Hosted By: Ellen Robertson  
8/9/2011
 Libby Franck Voices in the Valley, Voices from the Past: Tales of 4 generations of family women (Libby's the 3rd) that begin in Richvalley, Indiana...
Hosted By: Ellen Robertson
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7/17/2012
 Libby Franck 's obsession with The Old Curiosity Shop, a creepy 1948 Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post cover, leads to some interesting finds...
Hosted By: Penny Post
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9/9/2014
 Libby Franck presents "Ghosts of the Pratt Street Palace", a reflection upon 45 years in her beloved Framingham house.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
9/15/2015
 Libby Franck presents: “The Godfather of Volleyball Comes to Town", a true tale about her dad - with reference to the Volleyball Hall of Fame in Holyoke, Mass.
Hosted By: Joseph Pagliuca  
12/13/2016
 Libby Franck researches and brings to life women from history. Tonight she portrays Katharine Wright, sister of famous flyers Wilbur and Orville. All right? All Wright!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

2/26/2019
 Libby Franck presents From Slavery to Freedom, a tale as compelling today as it was in antebellum days. History comes alive as Libby gives voice to poet/abolitionist Edna Dean Proctor, who transcribed the narrative of Aunt Sally, a woman twice cruelly enslaved - with a respite in between - and finally freed.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
1/14/2020
 Libby Franck was going to present "Becoming a Little Woman". Unfortunately, she was not feeling well, and we had a great Open Telling instead. Hopefully, she'll soon be here to tell us about her long-term relationship with "LW", experiences that were milestones in her life.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
  


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