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Queen for a Day(1951)

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  • Mother on Queen for a Day, never met her

    • Bob
    • 1/1/10

    My mother was on Queen for a Day during the first half of 1951. In 1959 I was born and she gave me up for adoption. I met my biological family in 1978--my mother had already passed away from cancer in 1972. I've seen pictures but would dearly love to hear her voice or see some sort of video to know what she was like. If ANYONE can help me, please, please send me an e-mail. Thank you so much.

  • Need Help finding and episode

    • Kim Harris
    • 4/4/08

    My Mother was on Queen for a day sometime between the years of 1958 and 1963. My Mother passed away in 1976 when I was 13 and I was hoping to find someone to help me get a copy of this episode for myself and my younger sisters. We have the picture when she won and Jack Bailey was the host. But thought it would be cool to have the episode and be able to hear her voice again. Can someone please help me find this episode. My mother name was either Helen Joyce Bailey or Helen Joyce Johnson she went by the name of Joyce. Thank you if you can help

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