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Leigh Mitchell Hodges

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Background Information

Employment History

Columnist

Philadelphia Inquirer


Web References(6 Total References)


ALAMN - Press Releases

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Leigh Mitchell Hodges, a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, came to the rescue, convincing his editor to run a picture of the seal every day leading up to Christmas and to publish stories about tuberculosis.


10/02/2006 - American Lung Association of Michigan Helps Parents Prepare for Fall Asthma Peak

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Leigh Mitchell Hodges, a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer , came to the rescue, convincing his editor to run a picture of the seal every day leading up to Christmas and to publish stories about tuberculosis.


www.christmasseals.com

Staff columnist, Leigh Mitchell Hodges wrote daily articles to promote the


www.christmasseals.net

Staff columnist, Leigh Mitchell Hodges wrote honored, along with Leigh Mitchell Hodges, Jacob Riis, and E. A. Van Valkenburg, editor-in-chief of The North


Mitchell Bissell Guides -

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The story of how Christmas seals were first developed to be pasted on the envelopes of Christmas cards, in order to raise funds for the fight against tuberculosis. ... columnist, Leigh Mitchell Hodges, how much she enjoyed his column, The Optimist.


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