Creating Fiction From History: 11/23/2022

 

November 23, 2022

Photo courtesy JEFFERSON VALLEY MUSEUM

She coulda been a contender!!

Ginger Woodbridge might have been the first great female boxer, but as the case may be, the little fighter, born Virginia Woodbridge on a cold Winter's day in 1919, would not see past her seventh birthday. From that cold winter's day when she entered this earthly realm, Ginger proved herself a real scrapper.

After trying for many years, Robert and Janelle Woodbridge finally produced a living, breathing child; but from the beginning, they had a fight on their hands. Ginger entered this world in the highest city on the North American continent, possibly in the wh...



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