Terry John Woods' Summer House

Author: Terry John Woods

Publisher: Stewart, Tabori and Chang

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Category: Design

Page: 224

View: 668

A gorgeous volume that inspires the reader to capture the beauty of the summer house style year-round.

Terry John Woods' Farmhouse Modern

Author: Terry John Woods

Publisher: Stewart, Tabori and Chang

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Category: House & Home

Page: 224

View: 832

Designer Terry John Woods and photographer Kindra Clineff profile farmhouses in the American Northeast that blend traditional and modern elements in new and interesting ways.

Crittenden County, Kentucky Obituaries and Death Notices Volume Ii 1900-1905

Author: Stephen Eskew

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: History

Page: 302

View: 672

This book is a compilation of obituaries and death notices transcribed from issues of The Crittenden Press dating from 1900 through 1905. It includes obituaries and death notices from Crittenden, Caldwell and Livingston Counties in Kentucky.

The Teddy Bear Sourcebook

For Collectors and Artists

Author: Argie Manolis

Publisher: Betterway Publications

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 289

View: 838

A comprehensive directory for collectors and teddy bear designers lists more than eight hundred mail order retailers, bear-makers, suppliers of bear materials, major manufacturers, bear appraisers and restorers, teddy bear shows and museums, and more. Original.

LIFE

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Page: 172

View: 220

LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

LIFE

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Page: 164

View: 376

LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Horror Films of the 1970s

Author: John Kenneth Muir

Publisher: McFarland

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 684

View: 190

The seventies were a decade of groundbreaking horror films: The Exorcist, Carrie, and Halloween were three. This detailed filmography covers these and 225 more. Section One provides an introduction and a brief history of the decade. Beginning with 1970 and proceeding chronologically by year of its release in the United States, Section Two offers an entry for each film. Each entry includes several categories of information: Critical Reception (sampling both ’70s and later reviews), Cast and Credits, P.O.V., (quoting a person pertinent to that film’s production), Synopsis (summarizing the film’s story), Commentary (analyzing the film from Muir’s perspective), Legacy (noting the rank of especially worthy ’70s films in the horror pantheon of decades following). Section Three contains a conclusion and these five appendices: horror film clichés of the 1970s, frequently appearing performers, memorable movie ads, recommended films that illustrate how 1970s horror films continue to impact the industry, and the 15 best genre films of the decade as chosen by Muir.

Oh My! What a Life!

Author: Sharon Terry

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 296

View: 752

Sharon Terry tells the story of her family's struggle to escape poverty at the end of the Great Depression and how she became a registered nurse, married, divorced, remarried happily for forty years, raised four successful sons and overcame two separate cancers and two heart attacks. She was the youngest member of a family of seven children. Her beloved father died when she was nine years old, leaving her mother desperately providing for and holding together her family. Sharon describes her small town life in southern Indiana and her life as a teenager on a large farm outside the small Indiana farm community of Poseyville. Leaving southern Indiana for Indianapolis, she attends nurses training, works hard and frolics some, becoming a registered nurse. She marries and then discovers the sorrows of her failed marriage and her difficulties and joys raising three young boys as a single parent. Then she entered her happy, forty year marriage to her second husband. They move to Carmel, Indiana, where she has her fourth son. She recounts how the new family bonded, how the sons were educated and given tough love, became successful, married and produced eight grandchildren. She describes how she coped with two cancers and two heart attacks, showing the same strength, endurance, courage and good nature that her mother earlier showed through years of near poverty. Finally, she introduces the grandchildren and shows that there will be a future and that it will be good.