Woman opens up father’s scrapbook from World War II after he forbade her to read it

Mary Ussery reads a poem by her father Roger Ussery, a Pearl Harbor survivor, from a scrapbook he kept during his service in World War II, and forbade her to read. She finally opened it up Thursday.
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Mary Ussery reads a poem by her father Roger Ussery, a Pearl Harbor survivor, from a scrapbook he kept during his service in World War II, and forbade her to read. She finally opened it up Thursday.

Her dad, a Pearl Harbor survivor, forbade her to read his scrapbook. She finally did this week

December 07, 2018 09:05 AM