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Harper Lee in her later years

Harper Lee (April 28, 1926 –February 19, 2016) was an American author best known for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird (1960).

Harper Lee's friend Michael Brown took this picture of the author in October 1957, the same month she signed with publisher J.B. Lippincott. How Harper Lee Went From Wannabe Writer To The Jane Austen Of Alabama

Lee once said she wanted to be the chronicler of "small-town, middle-class Southern life." Even without her highly anticipated second novel, Go Set a Watchman, many fans would say she succeeded.

Because she made French cooking funby using a blowtorch. How else would you melt cheese

American women have done amazing things since Glamour began in 1939. (You know: run for president, set world records, go into space--stuff like that). In tribute we, and a few notable friends, have put together this highly subjective timeline of badass U.S. barrier-breakers who changed the world for all of us, starting back then and going all the way up to now.

Who is Harper Lee? 5 things we know for sure, for Red Clay Readers and other fans of 'Mockingbird.' (Full story at AL.com, with photos and video)

What do we really know about the Monroeville native, born Nelle Harper Lee on April 28, 1926? As AL.com's Red Clay Readers group continues its exploration of "To Kill a Mockingbird," it's the perfect time to identify some key facts.

⭐️Starlet Under Contract⭐️ on Twitter: "Gregory Peck during the filming of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) - He is pictured with the author of the novel, Harper Lee… https://t.co/DVZjltqFPz"

“Gregory Peck during the filming of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) - He is pictured with the author of the novel, Harper Lee”

To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee is seen in her father's law office while visiting her home town

The Pulitzer Prize winner died 'peacefully' in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama after being confined to nursing home for years after a stroke in 2007.

Harper Lee, photo by Truman Capote, 1960 (used on the back of the first edition of To Kill a Mockingbird). [via]

It’s well known that famous people often run in packs (rat, brat), and we’ve even heard rumors that they do normal things like hang out and take pictures of their friends. Since we’re obsessed with the ephemera of pop culture, we spent some time…