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Lao Russell

Lao Russell

Birth: Nov. 6, 1904
Death: May 5, 1988

Author, Natural Scientist, Painter, Philosopher, Sculptor

Born Daisy Cook in England, and later known as Daisy Stebbing, Lao Russell emigrated to the United States in the 1930s, where she marketed her own beauty products. [See Lao C. Stebbing]

She was the wife of Walter Russell.

Together, the Russells devoted themselves to spreading universal truths of love and light to students around the globe.

The couple founded The University of Science and Philosophy at Swannanoa, an Italianate palace atop the Blue Ridge overlooking the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Family links:
Spouse:
Walter Russell (1871 - 1963)

Burial:
Swannanoa Cemetery
Afton
Nelson County
Virginia, USA

I met Lao at Swananoa once (summer of 1986) and asked her if Russell had heard of Keely or did Russell have any Keely books in his library. She said she was sure there were no Keely books but felt sure Russell had heard of Keely. In all my reading of WR's works I've not yet seen any clear indication he knew of Keely. Dale Pond
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