Margaret Rose Vendryes
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"Hello!  Don't spend much time on this platform. I moved to Boston 6 years ago and am preparing to move to NYC in a few weeks.  Good to see that you are still at it!!!  I have a solo show in Queens in October... will make sure to…"
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"Hey we lost contact,are you still in Princeton? I live in Princeton now near the shopping center. "
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At 12:55pm on July 30, 2013, Karey Maurice Counts said…

Hey we lost contact,are you still in Princeton? I live in Princeton now near the shopping center.

At 11:22pm on May 6, 2013, D. DelReverda-Jennings said…

Hello Margaret,  ..Welcome & Great to have you 'Back' in the BAIA Family  ....  Absolutely Love Your Marvelous Work  ....  We Were Friends on the old BAIA.com / .net  ......  Abundant Blessings!

 
 
 

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