Seattle : Sasquatch Books, 1995.
LibraryThing member lizhawk
An exemplary woman of our time, DSB left a legacy of strength, commitment, thriving business and environmental activism.
LibraryThing member ronnbren
I thought this was a wonderful book about Dorothy AND a great lesson on the history of Seattle, with emphasis on broadcasting. Enjoyed it very much.
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