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Regeneration - Pat Barker

BOOK #170
Reviewer: Beth’s List Love (review previously published February 5, 2014)

The books in this trilogy have received awards and huge critical acclaim, but I was having trouble getting excited about starting them. 318 more words

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Cass Gilbert's U.S. Supreme Court Building

Yesterday was the first day of Session II of our Keeler Kids summer program. This week, kids entering grades 4-6 will learn about life in Ridgefield’s Gilded Age. 528 more words

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Newbery Review: The Singing Tree

World War I tragedies + Hungarian history + strong, courageous characters = I’ve teared up more over this book than probably any of the children for whom this book was written.   848 more words

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Happy Sunday

Hope your weekend has been good so far.  I’m hoping that I will have some sewing progress for you tomorrow but for now…how about some more lovelies from the Canadian Costume Museum. 7 more words

Museum Dresses

Old Treasures

There’s something about holding, seeing, and clutching something old that just – well, strikes at the heart.  It’s touching to see the relationships and daily lives of those in the past, firsthand.   176 more words

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Stories in Stone: John Gallagher, Jr.

For all the inquiries about family history I get from visitors to the PA Room, I also field plenty of unusual questions about local history. One patron wondered where his uncle might have bought a Studebaker in Uniontown in the 1950s. 1,364 more words

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Anyone For Bowling? -- 1908

by Paula Bosse

“WOMEN BOWLERS MAKE GOOD SCORES”
Teams contesting on the alleys of the Dallas Turnverein.

Sports and corsets just don’t seem like a good combo. 27 more words

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