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Full Name: Sarah Delany
Biography:
(1889-1999) Author. Sarah Delany was born in Lynch's Station, Virginia, and died in Mount Vernon, New York. After her sister's death in 1995, Sarah, at 107 years old, wrote "On My Own."
Author's Timeline:
1889 (Unknown) County
Sarah Louise Delany was born in Lynch's Station, Virginia, on September 19, 1889. 
1999 Westchester County
Sarah Delany died at her home in Mount Vernon, New York, on January 25, 1999. 
1997 (Unknown) County
On My Own At 107: Reflections On A Life Without Bessie
(Pub: Harper San Francisco ISBN: 0062514857 / 978-0062514851)
Nonfiction written with Amy Hill Hearth in which Ms. Delany discusses how she coped with the loss of her sister in 1995. 
1999 (Unknown) County
Sarah (Sadie) Delany was interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. 
1916 New York County
Ms. Delany lived in Harlem, Manhattan, New York, from 1916 to 1957. 
1993 (Unknown) County
Having Our Say; The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years
(Pub: Kodansha USA ISBN: 156836010X / 978-1568360102)
Memoir written with her sister, A. Elizabeth (Bessie) Delany and Amy Hill Hearth. 
1994 (Unknown) County
The Delany Sisters' Book Of Everyday Wisdom
(Pub: Kodansha America ISBN: 1568360428 / 978-1568360423)
Nonfiction written with her sister, Annie Elizabeth (Bessie) Delany, and Amy Hill Hearth.  
1957 Westchester County
Ms. Delany lived in Mount Vernon, New York, from 1957 until her death in 1999. 
1925 New York County
Ms. Delany received her master's degree in education from Columbia in 1925. 
? Bronx County
Ms. Delany taught at the Evander Childs High School in the Bronx, New York. 
? Kings County
Ms. Delany taught at the Girls' High School in Brooklyn, New York. 
? New York County
Ms. Delany taught at the Washington Irving High School in Manhattan, New York. 

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