Frank smith essays into literacy

Frank and Mary separated in 1969. He remarried, to sculptor June Leaf , and in 1971, moved to the community of Mabou, Nova Scotia in Cape Breton Island , Nova Scotia in Canada. In 1974, tragedy struck when his daughter, Andrea, was killed in a plane crash in Tikal, Guatemala . Also around this time, his son, Pablo, was first hospitalized and diagnosed with schizophrenia . Much of Frank's subsequent work has dealt with the impact of the loss of both his daughter and subsequently his son, who died in an Allentown, Pennsylvania hospital in 1994. In 1995, he founded the Andrea Frank Foundation, which provides grants to artists.

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Frank smith essays into literacy

frank smith essays into literacy

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