Beginning in a Browne’s Addition boarding house The year was 1935. Alma Holstein, having just graduated from High School, moved into the Isabella Club, a boarding house for young, single women in Browne’s Addition. She enrolled in Kinman Business School and eventually got her first job working for Big West Oil Company. While living at the Isabella Club, Alma often […]Read more
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