19. May 2013 · Comments Off on Grailville · Categories: N. Grail School Year

The Grailville I write about, as well as the Grail Women’s Movement, have evolved and are not what they were in the 1950’s.  They are now better described as a feminist movement with no particular religious affiliation.

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A note from Jeanne, who was Director of Grailville at the time I was there.


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Jeanne left the Movement in 1964.  She married.   By chance, I met her while shopping in New York City.

After that, we became good friends as was not possible before.

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Alden V. Brown’s book The Grail Movement chronicles those times.  It places my narrative in a larger context, but it is not necessary to my story.

I tell only my own story.



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