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Grace Moore, New Opera Star, Made First Bid for Fame by Riding Tennessee Mule
Young Southerner, Now Metropolitan Soprano, Was Real 'Tomboy' in Youth
Stevenson, Paul - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Apr 8, 1928
Start Page:14A
Pages:1
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From the mountains of east Tennessee to the white lights of the Metropolitan opera house stage is rather a far cry but this is the Cinderellaesque story of Grace Moore, pretty and gifted young southern girl who

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