Kimberlee Anne-Marie Elisabeth

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Kimberlee was born at home on the 12th day of November 1952 by Polish Midwife.
Kimberlee had quite a few hobbies. One was writing to libraries, universities, heads of states, and to Royal Houses of "every nation, she could find on Earth", using her father's large well color-illustrated hardcover book of the World Atlas during her learning years in the latter 1960's, as a teenager. She used her high school address and received so much mail, so many foreign books, magazines and packages that the school personnel was overwhelmed with all the incoming replies. The FBI of J. Edgar Hoover paid Kim visits to see why she was receiving so much mail and packages from certain Countries. It was all for education and taught her a lot about protocol, foreign customs, about world geography, many languages, and about world politics. Some of these many nations sent her flags as well.
Kimberlee always loved architecture and did well at designing homes for personal enjoyment to further herself in architectural design knowledge.
Kimberlee went to language schools, Conversa-phone Institute and to Berlitz. She also constructed many of her own languages, some with their own alphabets as well.
Kimberlee designed many license plates throughout the Country to bring in much-needed revenues to many important causes and projects. In 1994 in a contest, she won but the prize was given to another person by error. It was her design but the other person won recognition for having put small black seagulls on the plate. That was noted but never corrected. That's how politics goes in the State of New Jersey. Her favorite plates were for Illinois. She drew the bust of Lincoln and wrote Illinois in quill pen overhead.
Kim also did sketch portraits of some famous people. Sophia Loren, Lauren Bacall, and others.
Kim gave Jackie Onassis (former First Lady and widow of President John F. Kennedy)a painting of a hand clown puppet named Oogie to cheer her up. From the Uncle Floyd TV Show. It was the very last artwork done for Jackie a short time before her death and she said she loved it. She stated it was to go to her grandchildren. Kim wrote in French because she knew Jackie liked French.


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