1966 · Copyrighted by Mary U Glazener
The copyright for this play appears in the Library of Congress "Catalog of Copyright Entries 3D Ser Vol 20 Pts 3-4" p. 103 ("Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery" January-June, 1966). The work was received on August 9, 1966 (no publisher given). Another dramatic works by Glazener received copyright in the same year: "The Slave Girl: A Play in Three Acts" (Nashville, Broadman Press). To this we add "The stumbling block; a religious drama in three acts" (Nashville, Broadman Press, 1961).
Mary U(nderwood) Glazener was born in Atlanta in 1921, the daughter of John LaFayette (a minister) and Eunice (Upshaw) Underwood. She married O. W. Glazener (a warehouse superintendent) in 1944; together they had three children (Janet Olivia, Charles Upshaw, Vivian Joy). She attended Mars Hill College and Brevard College, and graduated from Clemson University in 1975 with a B.A. She resided in both South and North Carolina. (Inventory #: 905)