They were supposed to live happily in the mansion on a hill. When Elzire and Oliva Dionne were finally able to reunite their famous daughters, the Dionne quintuplets, at the age of 9, with their five older children, the family was living in a wonderful new house built with income that the quints’ publicity had generated.By BARBARA WICKENS6 min
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