Farrington Lowry, also known as Mrs. R.B. Lowry, lived in Niagara Falls, New York. This
diary documents her life on the homefront from 1943 through 1947. Lowry recorded daily
activities covering rationing, comments on the war, meals, errands, the weather, and what
was happening with her family members.
Millicent Farrington Lowry, also known as Mrs. R.B. Lowry lived in Niagara Falls, New York.
She was born to Ezra Jacob Farrington and Ellen Hill (1868-1945). Her son is named Robert
and served in World War II. Her husband went by Bob and worked in a plant in Tennessee on a
"secret" project which Millicent indicates was the atomic bomb.
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