In the heart of San Francisco, Rosa Clark, a daughter of Irish immigrants, found her calling as a telephone operator during the twilight years of the 19th century. Meticulous and ever-patient, Rosa navigated the complexities of the early switchboard with grace, turning the tangle of wires into a web of connections.
Outside her demanding job, she was an ardent lover of poetry, often weaving snippets of verses into her conversations, leaving callers with a smile and a touch of wonder.
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