This photo is of Shirley A. Mason, aka "Sybil," is from her 1941 senior yearbook in Dodge Center, Minn.
This photo is of Shirley A. Mason, aka "Sybil," is from her 1941 senior yearbook in Dodge Center, Minn. MCT
This photo is of Shirley A. Mason, aka "Sybil," is from her 1941 senior yearbook in Dodge Center, Minn. MCT

Was 'Sybil' a case of mistaken identity?

November 01, 2011 12:00 AM

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