Tonight’s guest is Historian Holley Snaith. Holley was born in Florida and developed a love of history as a young girl. After graduating from the University of Florida she worked as an intern at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. After finishing her internship she then worked for the National Park Service at Val-Kill (Eleanor Roosevelt’s private home).
In 2015 Holley worked at Eleanor Roosevelt Center as a program assistant; then later, she worked another internship with the Richard Nixon Foundation. After she earned her Master’s Degree at the University of West Florida, she now works as an independent contractor. She has written biographical ebooks on Harry Truman, Frank Sinatra to name a few and articles on Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy for on-line publications and American Heritage.
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