“Some women are born into the limelight. Think Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Dorothy Chandler, both children of privilege who seemed destined to play a role in the cultural and philanthropic life of the cities in which they lived. Others, like Barbara Foster Henderson, grow into the role, though she was determined to make her mark as a 15-year-old. That’s when she left Walden, Colorado, which she describes as “a terrible little town,” and arrived in Palm Springs, where her father was a flight trainer at the Air Transport Command…”

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