A Book Club for the Ages In 1941, a group of young women in Northern Virginia formed a book club to pass the time while their husbands got started on their careers. More than 60 years later, the six surviving members are still reading, and still meeting. Howard Berkes reports for All Things Considered.
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In 1941, a group of young women in Northern Virginia formed a book club to pass the time while their husbands got started on their careers. More than 60 years later, the six surviving members are still reading, and still meeting. Howard Berkes reports for All Things Considered.

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