Wanda Adams articles, 1972, 2002 PDF
- Haynes, Wanda Lee Adams
- Wanda Adams articles
- 1972, 2002 (inclusive)19722002
- 1 oversize vertical file
- Collection Number
- 5872 (Accession No. 5872-001)
- Published articles from Seattle Post-Intelligencer, seattlepi.com, and Life Magazine about Wanda Adams, the "dropout wife."
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University of Washington Libraries
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Wanda Lee Adams (Haynes) story made headlines in 1972, when she was featured in both the Seattle P-I and Life Magazine. Known as the "Dropout Wife," Adams caught national attention when she left her husband and three children to be on her own in what Life Magazine called a "phenomenon" that was occurring with greater frequency in the United States.
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Published articles from Seattle Post-Intelligencer, seattlepi.com, and Life Magazine about Wanda Adams, the "dropout wife."
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- Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)