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Folk legend Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary dies at 72 Mary Travers, one third of the popular 1960s folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary, after a fight with leukemia.Travers' died vote helped carry the trio's greatest hits including "Puff the Magic Dragon," "If I Had Hammer a "and" Leaving On A Jet Place. "The band's publicist, Heather Lylis, says Travers Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, died on Wednesday. She was months Travers handled her declining health with courage and generosity, show their love for friends andFamily with great dignity and without restraint. "" It was when Mary was always honest and completely authentic, "he said." This is the way she sang well, honestly and with complete authenticity. "Noel" Paul "Stookey, the trio praised the other Member States, Travers for their inspiring activism, "particularly in its defense of the defenseless." "I am dull and depressed beyond words to live without Mary Travers and honored look beyond my wildest dreams, their spirit and their career," have shared, hesaid.Mary Allin Travers on 9 November 1936 in Louisville, Kentucky, the daughter of journalists, the family moved to Greenwich Village Manhattan district drew artists born. She quickly fell in love with folk performers like the Weavers, and soon performing with Pete Seeger, a founding member of the weavers who lived in the same building as Travers family.With a group named Song Swappers, Seeger truss supported on an album and two Concerts at Carnegie Hall. She also appeared (as one of a groupof


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