The LADIES of LORETTO (softcover)

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Watch yourself young lady!The author, Viga Boland, graduate of Loretto College School Brunswick, 19641964 Graduation Class, Loretto College School Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario

The LADIES of LORETTO (softcover)

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“The Ladies of Loretto” is a nostalgic, humorous memoir of what it was like to be a student in a Catholic High School, namely Loretto College School on Brunswick Ave., Toronto, back in the 60’s where students wore uncomfortable uniforms with plastic collars and cuffs, nuns ruled with yardsticks and “The Twist” was declared sinful.

Your purchase of this SOFTCOVER version is personally signed for you by the author, Viga Boland

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” The Ladies of Loretto”, softcover version, is personally signed for the purchaser by the author, Viga Boland.  Prefer to read this book on your Kindle or iPad? Those versions of “The Ladies of Loretto” are also available directly from this website’s store. Thank you for purchasing directly from the author.

Who are “The Ladies of Loretto”? They are, or rather, were the students attending Loretto College School (Brunswick) back in the early 1960’s, specifically 1960 – 1965. One of them, Heidi, the narrator, didn’t feel or think like a lady, and sometimes neither did the other students.

Join Viga Boland, author of “No Tears for my Father” and “Learning to Love Myself” as she shares her memories of the happy, the sad, the good, the bad of trying to become a “Lady of Loretto”. Travel back to when the Russians sent a dog into space, the “Mashed Potato” was a dance, “The Twist” was a sin, the Beatles were just getting started, JFK’s assassination rocked America and there was no such thing as “sex-ed”, cell-phones or iPads!

“This book is timeless – I made several connections to it and our girls today could learn about their history and would definitely be able to relate. This book will definitely be a resource that I will share with the current and future Ladies of Loretto.” Judy Pedrosa, English Department, Loretto College School, 2015

 

The author, Viga Boland, graduate of Loretto College School Brunswick, 1964

The author, Viga Boland, graduate of Loretto College School Brunswick, 1964

1964 Graduation Class, Loretto College School Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario

1964 Graduation Class, Loretto College School Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario

“A joyous, nostalgic and humorous return to a gentler time”

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Weight 0.159 kg
Dimensions 23.4 x 15.2 x 1.5 cm

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