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At the age of 9, her family moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado because of her father's health. Turnbull graduated from Vassar in Then in , she taught at an all-boys' school in Buffalo, New York. In , Turnbull retired from teaching and moved to Frisco, Colorado with her friend, fellow poet and author, Helen Rich. Two years later, they moved to a cabin in Breckenridge, Colorado, where they remained for the rest of their lives.
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