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Farrar, Rowena Rutherford. Grace Moore and her many worlds, Rowena Rutherford Farrar. New York : Cornwall Books, c1982. 78. 0924 moore biography. New York: Cornwall Books, 1982. The Grace Moore Papers Describes the collection of her papers at the University of Tennessee Libraries. The Grace Moore Glove Gallery A collection of images of Moore, including movie stills and advertisements. Grace Moore at Find a Grave. Grace Moore at Virtual History. NY: Cornwall Books, 1982. The war years also brought Moore into a new role as an author. The singer initially intended to write a book containing a collection of recipes she had obtained during her years as an enthusiastic amateur cook and patron of distinguished restaurants. The final product instead turned out to be the story of her life, and You're Only Human Once was published in March 1944. It soon reached the bestseller list. In the final years of her life, Grace Moore toured widely in the .
Unpublished manuscript, 1938. Farrar, Rowena Rutherford. Grace Moore and Her Many Worlds ". ISBN 0 - 8453 - 4723 - 3 James, Janet Wilson.
Moore was born Mary Willie Grace Moore to Richard Lawson Moore and Tessa Jane (née Stokely) Moore in the community of Slabtown (now considered part of Del Rio) in Cocke County, Tennessee. By the time she was two years old, her family had relocated to Knoxville, a move Moore later described as traumatic, as she found urban life distasteful at the time. After several years in Knoxville, the family again relocated to Jellico, Tennessee, where Moore spent her adolescence. After high school in Jellico, she studied briefly at Ward-Belmont College in Nashville before moving to Washington, .
Grace Moore and Her Many Worlds. East Brunswick, NJ: Cornwall, 1982. You're Only Human Once. New York: Garden City, 1946.
After training in France, Moore made her operatic debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on February 7, 1928, singing the role of Mimì in Giacomo Puccini 'sLa bohème. She debuted at the Opéra-Comique in Paris on September 29, 1928 in the same role, which she also performed in a Royal Command Performance at Covent Garden in London on June 6, 1935. During her sixteen seasons with the Metropolitan Opera, she sang in several Italian and French operas as well as the title roles inTosca,Manon, andLouise .