II: The Byrd Expedition


Peg Rice.

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Peg Rice growing up, date uncertain.
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Peg Rice.
Peg Rice, the tall attractive daughter of an investment banker, was described in newspaper accounts of the match as "prominent in Ann Arbor and Detroit society." Earlier in the 1920s she had enrolled in young Professor Gould's elementary geology class at Michigan, and then, as she liked to say afterwards, had "lingered to marry the course."


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