By: Ardis E. Parshall - June 19, 2017 From the Improvement Era, August 1935 – The Shattered Mirror By Blanche Stockdale Burr The beads on Mrs. Moore’s dressing table were as red and as round as the sun when it set out in the painted desert, Hozo, the Navajo girl, thought. She wanted them immensely. Her first impulse was to snatch them and hide them quickly in her pocket. But she knew that would be stealing, for they were Mrs. Moore...
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