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Anne Laawrence, the Clothesline Lady

The Clothesline Lady

Anne Lawrence dedicates her retirement to encouraging others to hang out with their clothes.

From the April, 2014 issue

It all started with a photograph. The year was 1966, and the photo shows Lawrence's mother smiling as she leans over her back porch railing with a full clothesline swaying behind her in the breeze. "It was, and still is, an amazing revelation," Lawrence says of the photo that she rediscovered about twenty years ago, after her mother's death. "I realized that

 
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