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UM Professor Discusses New Book About Childhood in Butte

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The famous Columbia Gardens, part of Butte’s past. (Fullerton Photo Archive)
Janet Finn, University of Montana professor in the School of Social Work, will discuss her new book, “Mining Childhood: Growing Up in Butte, 1900-1960.”

She will be at a Fact & Fiction Book Club luncheon Tuesday, January 15, at Missoula’s Holiday Inn Downtown. The lunch gathering starts at 11:45 a.m.

Finn will share photographs and stories that capture the town’s kids’ times at school, play and work. Reservations are due by Saturday, January 12, at Fact & Fiction book store at 728-2881. Cost is $20.

The book, “Mining Childhood,” is available at Fact & Fiction in downtown Missoula and at the Bookstore at UM in the University Center.

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