A concise but fascinating autobiography of America’s favorite chanteuse, Francis Langford.
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About The Author
Ferguson Lofton Lightbourne Addison is a native Floridian, whose paternal, great-grandparents, along with their two young sons, settled in Tallahassee in 1823, coming from coastal North Carolina.
After serving in the U.S. Naval Reserve for thirty-nine months during World War II, he matriculated at Harvard, where he received his bachelor's degree in 1950.
His next seven years were spent in the Miami area at which he received a job offer from First National Bank in Palm, where he remained for thirty years, eventually rising to a vice-presidency, finally retiring in 1987.
Mr. Addison is a long-time fan of Frances Langford and followed her career avidly with great admiration for not only her talents as a performer but also her immense charitableness.