Ade Bethune - Biography

Biography

  • Judith Stoughton: Proud Donkey of Schaerbeek: Ade Bethune, Catholic Worker Artist St. Cloud, Minnesota, North Star Press of St. Cloud, 1988 ISBN 0-87839-051-0
  • On-line short biography
  • James A. Merolla Where are they now? Ade Bethune, Catholic Worker artist
  • Information from the Catholic Worker

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