The unexpected education of two society girls in the West
In the summer of 1916, Dorothy Woodruff and Rosamond Underwood, close friends from childhood and graduates of Smith College, left home in Auburn, N.Y., for the wilds of northwestern Colorado. Woodruff's granddaughter, Dorothy Wickenden, tells the story of these two pioneers. Originally broadcast on Sept. 12, 2011.
- Dorothy Wickenden: executive editor of The New Yorker and author. Her latest book is "Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West."