by Rachel Elizabeth Jones, Seven Days, July 12, 2017
“Like Carlisle, Scrapbook Memoir is bursting with information, darting between the micro and macro at every turn. The result is a portrait of a vibrant, savvy woman who knew a thing or two about creating a legacy.”
by Janelle Faignant, Rutland Herald, July 01, 2017
“When Tebbs Young met with members of the Chittenden County Historical Society, they handed her a file box teeming with memorabilia Carlisle had saved. In addition, she had amassed more than 50 scrapbooks during her life, covering the years 1925-2006. A sweeping collection that included newspaper clippings, old photos, typed and handwritten letters, telegrams, floor plans, ticket stubs, prize ribbons, souvenirs and more, to be included in the book.
Tebbs Young spent a summer sitting in her garden going through the box, without any idea how the book would end up, “just kind of absorbing (it), and getting to know this woman,” she said.”