McCall, Dorothy Lawson, 1888-1982.

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Dorothy Lawson McCall (1888-1982) was an Oregon author.

From the guide to the Dorothy Lawson McCall papers, 1963-1970, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

Dorothy Lawson McCall (1888-1982) was an Oregon author.

Daughter of financier Thomas Lawson, she married Henry "Hal" McCall in 1911. The couple ran "Westernwold," a ranch on the Crooked River near Prineville, Or. and had five children, including Oregon governor Tom Lawson McCall. McCall's books include "Ranch Under the Rimrock" (pub. 1968), a memoir of her early life on the Crooked River, and "The Copper King's Daughter" (pub. 1972).

From the description of Dorothy Lawson McCall papers [manuscript], 1963-1970. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 682910390

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creatorOf McCall, Dorothy Lawson, 1888-1982. Dorothy Lawson McCall papers [manuscript], 1963-1970. Oregon Historical Society Research Library
referencedIn McCall, Tom, 1913-1983,. Tom Lawson McCall Photographs Collection [graphic] 1905-1984, 1966-1975. Oregon Historical Society Research Library
referencedIn Tom McCall photographs collection, 1905-1984, 1966-1975 Oregon Historical Society Research Library
creatorOf Dorothy Lawson McCall papers, 1963-1970 Oregon Historical Society Research Library
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associatedWith McCall, Dorothy Lawson, family
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associatedWith McCall, Tom, 1913-1983, person
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Women
Authors, American
Authors, American
Women authors
Women authors
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Birth 1888

Death 1982

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