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- Margaret McMorrow director of case management, Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore; surrendered her son at age 17
- Ann Hughes President, Gateway Press; Author, "Soul Connection: Memoir of a Birthmother's Healing Journey;" surrendered her daughter in 1961 at age 21
- Ann Fessler a professor of photography at the Rhode Island School of Design and a specialist in video-installation art.
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