Have you ever been to Wrigley Field? Probably. Well, Elizabeth Wrigley-Field has not. Here's her story.
I'm not a huge fan of my name. It's fine. But, my brother's name is Michael, so I always feel like I was named after him... and people are always pronouncing my last name wrong.
It's Abraham. Not Abram or Abrams. Abraham, like Lincoln.
Now if I had a cool name like Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, that would be awesome!
I saw this story at Book Club Chicago and knew I needed to read more.
Elizabeth's parents are Julia Wrigley and Hartry Field. They had a baby, named her Elizabeth and when she was seven decided to hyphenate her last name to 'Wrigley-Field,' because well, according to Book Club Chicago
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