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Jean Mercier

  • New York was home to me in the way it can be only to those who are born elsewhere.

  • Oh, how often I wished that Thomas A. Watson had laid a restraining hand on A.G. Bell's arm and had said to him, 'Let's not and say we did.'

  • After much backing and filling, much coyness, much coquetry, spring returned. She spent all of March and part of April coming to town for a day or two, smiling and winking, and flying away again. But at last, early in April, she quit fooling around and settled down for her allotted time.

Jean Mercier, U.S. writer

(1916)

Full name: Jean Doyle Mercier.