Cautionary tale from the 1940’sby Jonathan IannoneJanuary 31, 2008September 21, 2009Library NewsLaura Ingalls Wilder’s daughter has a very interesting mention in this weeks Infoworld column by Johna Til Johnson. You can read the article by following this link: Cautionary tale from the ’40s still rings trueTags:Common carriersdomestic spying previous The Jane Austen Book Club nextWhy haven’t portables caught on yet? 1 thought on “Cautionary tale from the 1940’s” Karen Merguerian January 31, 2008 at 4:03 pm That is interesting! Rose Wilder Lane was a real character. She travelled all over the world getting herself into trouble here and there. I think she was friends with the King of Albania. Karen Comments are closed.