Always In My Heart Ann Wells
Coleman Harwell, who passed away in 1987, was the successful and respected editor of the Nashville Tennessean for many years and later publisher of the Cookeville (Tennessee) Herald and Citizen. He enlisted to serve his country overseas during World War II, even though his eyesight would have disqualified him, had he wanted to remain out of the service. Always in My Heart shares the collected wartime correspondence between Coleman, stationed in England and Italy, and his young wife, Ann, who rose to the task of parenting their young daughters in Nashville, Tennessee with grace and good humor. In reading this collection, we not only learn of the challenges that wartime brought to both those served and those who remained at home, but we observe and marvel at the deep devotion that shines through the loving letters Coleman and Ann exchanged. Ann Harwell Wells has compiled and edited her parents’ letters, and has added pertinent commentary to help the reader place the letters in the historical period in which they were written.
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