SPOUSES OF U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
SPOUSES OF U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES & guests: L-R Sue Patterson,
President, American Lawyers Alliance, Maureen Scalia, Mary Ann Kennedy,
Joann Breyer—and featured speaker Janice Law and Janet Bullinger, luncheon
program chair; at Congressional Country Club. Law spoke about founding
3-year old American Women Writers National Museum, and about her sixth book,
nonfiction AMERICAN EVITA:LURLEEN WALLACE. The annual is sponsored
by National Capital Lawyer Auxiliary.
NATIONAL CAPITAL LAWYERS AUXILIARY board members and guests pose
at annual luncheon honoring spouses of U.S. Supreme Court justices, where Law,
in white, was featured speaker at the Congressional Country Club. U.S. Army
General William Suter (ret.) , former Clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court,
(on left in in last row) was Law’s guest at the event which featured a string
quartet at the reception prior to the luncheon.
FIRST LADIES NATIONAL NOV 6 EVENT
Book Buyers line up Nov. 6 to get their copies of all six of Law's books, signed.
The room in the museum is decorated in authentic Victorian style and features photos,
paintings or other likenesses of America’s First Ladies.
Law spoke to the group as part of the Legacy Series. Note the elaborate
Victorian speaker's podium.
In speaking at First Ladies Library, Law holds a copy of 2006 Yield, which
was a nonfiction finalist for the 2007 Texas Book Award.
Janice Law (left background) schmoozes with attendees before her Nov. 6 Legacy Series
lecture at the First Ladies National Historic Site, Canton Ohio. She spoke on First Ladies
Lurleen Wallace and Evita Peron, whom she biographies in AMERICAN EVITA:LURLEEN WALLACE.
ALABAMA BOOK FESTIVAL
L-R Marilyn Miller, Janice Law, Jolene Gothard - Clayton, Alabama Garden Club Members chat with Janice Law author of American Evita:
Lurleen Wallace at the Alabama Book Festival, Montgomery
U.S. Rep. MARTHA TOBY’s Communications Director Todd C. Stacy, Montgomery born, discusses with Law, the 1960s era in Alabama which is the historical period in which Law’s LURLEEN WALLACE biography is set.
LEGACY OF WOMEN EDITORS
WOMEN ARE ALL WE GOT – Rebecca Beasley is the third generation woman to edit the Clayton Record an Alabama weekly newspaper. Her husband Billy, a pharmacist, serves as a senator in the Alabama state legislature.
Rebecca Beasley unlocks office door of historic Clayton Record, an Alabama
weekly newspaper. Lurleen lived in Clayton and was friends with Rebecca’s mother and grandmother, her predecessor editors..
CLAYTON, ALABAMA CAMELLIA GARDEN CLUB HONORS LAW
CLAYTON’S CAMELLIA GARDEN CLUB members L-R: Mayor Rebecca Beasley, Kathy Lee, Jolene Guthard, and two other members hosted tea for Law’s book signing.
WOMEN OF CLAYTON ALABAMA’S Camellia Garden Club set out an elegant,
delicious tea in honor of Janice Law’s signing there April 25, 2015 in the
historic Octagon House.
L-R Rebecca Beasley, Mayor and editor of the Clayton, Alabama
Record, Janice Law, and State Senator Billy Beasley
at Clayton’s historic Octagon House where Law signed.
AT CLAYTON's OCTAGON HOUSE: L-R: Mayor Rebeccca Beasely, janice Law, State Senator Bily Beasely at Law's book signing in the historic Octagon House, Clayton.
CLAYTON’S HISTORIC OCTAGON HOUSE – Janice Law
signs at a tea held in her honor hosted by Camellia Garden
GOVERNOR LURLEEN WALLACE lived in Clayton, Alabama –
Janice Law, left chats with Claytonites Dr. Anita Fean, a dentist; and Marilyn Miller.
JANICE LAW SIGNS @ FAIRHOPE ALABAMA'S FAMOUS PAGE & PALLETE BOOKSTORE
L-R Fans Margaret Clayton, visiting from Port St. Joe, Florida and Alice Jo Faulk, Bay Minette, Alabama purchase multiple
copies of American Evita: Lurleen Wallace at Janice Law’s April 23, 2015 signing at Page & Palette Bookstore,
Latte Da coffee shop in Page and Palette Bookstore, Fairhope, Alabama has an Advice 5 ¢ booth, just like the one in Peanuts cartoons staffed by Lucy. But this one is more friendly, and offers advice to friends and neighbors.
Ann Stanley Vernon, left, webmaster for Montgomery's Capital Rotary Club,visits with Law.
U.S. SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS’ Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn chat about Alabama history during Law’s visit to the D.C. office.
Alabama Governor’s Chief of Staff Seth Hammett visits with author Janice Law in Alabama
Capitol office, Montgomery, to discuss American Evita: Lurleen Wallace
ALABAMA LT. GOVERNOR KAY IVEY, (right) holds AMERICAN EVITA:LURLEEN WALLACE. She also serves as President of the State Senate. Law held a signing in the state capitol building, Montgomery.
ALABAMA SIGNING INSIDE CAPITOL
U.S. SENATOR RICHARD SHELBY’S Chief of Staff Alan Hanson visit about the historical period of Governor Lurleen Wallace.
SIGNING INSIDE CAPITOL – Fans Zach Bowman and
Britney Garner chat with Janice Law at her signing at Goat Hill
Museum inside the State Capitol Building in Montgomery, Alabama.
U.S. REP TERRI A. SEWELL’S Chief of Staff Shashrina Thomas and Law discuss Thomas’ work on the Hill and the duties of a C of S, during a visit with LAW in the D.C. office.
GOAT HILL MUSEUM Bookstore Manager Stacey Little with Law at signing. Store is inside historic capitol building.
ALABAMA STATE SENATE Security Director Sammie Asa Smith, left,
played guitar in the band accompanying Lurleen on her 1966 statewide
campaign stops. He poses with Janice Law and State
Senator Billy Beasley, right, at Law’s signing.
STOPPING BY—Faye McCall, Executive Assistant to Governor’s Chief of Staff Seth Hammett at Law’s signing.
LAW SIGNING @ HARPER LEE'S HOMETOWN: MONROEVILLE
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA contingent visting Monroeville, get their copies of American Evita: Lurleen Wallace at
OL’ Curiosities Bookstore where Janice Law had an April 24, 2015 signing. Back wall is decoupaged with vintage book pages.
ON THE PORCH – Owner Spencer Madrie and his mother Anne (to his right) gather on the porch of
OL’ Curiosities Bookstore with staffers and Author Janice Law in Monroeville:
Alabama’s “literary capital”
BIRMINGHAM’S LITTLE PROFESSOR Bookstore: Law did a June signing at the famous store in Homewood, Alabama. The flower above Law’s hair is on the entry door!
Christine Smith, left, President of the Capital Rotary Club, Montgomery, Alabama, chats with Janice Law after Law's June presentation.
FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY fan remembers Janice Law from Law’s 2007 signing there. They “reunited” at Alabama Writers Forum in
Monroeville, where Law signed at OL’ Curiosities Bookstore
MAYBE MISS LEE WILL stop by OL’ Curiosities Bookstore: Lee used Monroeville as a prototype for her masterpiece“To Kill A Mockingbird”.
DEBUTING AMERICAN EVITA: LURLEEN WALLACE at 2015 Los Angeles Times Book Festival on
USC Campus Festival on USC Campus with Lurleen Wallace display.