Adele DeLeeuw (pronounced Lew-oo) 1899-1988 was an American-Dutch children's story writer. The New York Times attributes more than 75 children's book to her. She was originally a native of Ohio and then, in her adult life, emigrated to Plainfield, New Jersey- then the "Queen City" of the area. After her death she bequeathed her estate to the Rotary Club of Plainfield-North Plainfield ... more »
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''I don't know whether I could have managed marriage and a career. Personally, I preferred a career. There are no distractions.''Adele Deleeuw (1899-1988), U.S. author. As quoted in Past and Prologue, by Marjorie Keyishian and Annemarie Kraume Hayles (1979). DeLeeuw wrote se...