About

Clarice Stasz, Ph.d., is a retired history professor and author of four biographies. She taught family history and genealogy. This blog is to lead others who are writing histories relating to individuals or families sources she has found useful, intermixed with reviews of books relevant to such writers. She is completing a family history/memoir about her Central European ancestry, which she plans to self-publish.

Learn more about her at claricestasz.com.

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    1. Irving Stone was a young man trying to become famous. He broke a major rule of research: he had his opinions and sought out “proof” while omitting anything that countered his beliefs. It was 1936, and he was hoping for a story attractive to Hollywood as well.

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