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Julia Park Tracey

PENELOPE BASS
7 pm Tuesday, Oct. 16., Tuesday October 16 | Free.
Jack London Bar
529 SW 4th Ave.
 
Doris Bailey Murphy was a sassy, rebellious teen growing up in Portland in the ’20s. Now, thanks to her detailed diaries, Murphy’s grandniece, Julia Park Tracey, has released a new book documenting her adventures, from dates and dances to speakeasies in I’ve Got Some Lovin’ to Do: The Diaries of a Roaring Twenties Teen (1925-1926). The reading will include a signature cocktail, the Rebel Girl, and ’20s attire is encouraged.

Where: Jack London Bar
Phone: 228-7605
Address: 529 SW 4th Ave.

 
 

Jack London Bar

529 SW 4th Ave.
Portland, OR
97204
 
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