FLOR500, Garden 301 Marie Bell McCoy, Author (1890–?) Marie Bell McCoy became blind during mid-life and taught herself to type. She wrote stories based on personal experience and family memories. Her book, Journey Out of Darkness, was chosen by the Library of Congress to be recorded as a service to the blind. In 1963 she won the Community Service Award for her active participation in Gainesville’s cultural affairs.
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Marie Bell McCoy, Author 

(1890–?)

Marie Bell McCoy became blind during mid-life and taught herself to type. She wrote stories based on personal experience and family memories. Her book, Journey Out of Darkness, was chosen by the Library of Congress to be recorded as a service to the blind. In 1963 she won the Community Service Award for her active participation in Gainesville’s cultural affairs.





 




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