1920's Celebrities - LaShundrea

1920's Celebrities - LaShundrea
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  • "Alright let's go."
  • "Thanks, means a lot. I don't think we've met?"
  • "Impressive shot! I don't think I've seen anything like that my whole life!"
  • "Yea we haven't let's head to my office to get to know each other."
  • "Good to meet you too, Zora. I will say that your name does ring a bell. Aren't you a writer?"
  • "The name's Zora Hurston, and I of course know about the famous Lou Gehrig, member of the New York Yankees, Babe Ruth's only true equal. A pleasure to meet you."
  • They decided to go to a club so they would feel more comfortable.
  • "Yes, I am most known for my African American folklores Mules and Men and my novel Their Eyes Were Watching God."
  • "That's nice to hear. Well not to brag but I've played 2,130 games, and well I am known as the Iron Horse."
  • "Well I am one of the founding members of Zeta Phi Beta."
  • Leaving the club.
  • "Well I went to Columbia on a football scholarship, and I majored in Engineering."
  • ''I was offered a scholarship to Barnard College, Columbia University and I earned my associate degree from Howard." 
  • "Well I hold the record for most grand slams."
  • "Another cool thing about me is that I worked as a secretary for writer Fannie Hurst."
  • Zora House's
  • "It was nice meeting you Zora maybe one day you can right a book about me."
  • "Soon I plan on retiring my number. Which has never been done, but I'm original so. What's your next move?"
  • "Well I plan on keep writing about what I love which is the multi-cultural local population."
  • "Agreed."
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