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Kroepfl History 1900's By Thomas Kroepfl
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This is a pictorial history of the Kroepfl family in the 1900's as they make their way to America. It starts in the 1900 and goes to 1919. close attention was paid to the year 1913 they year Thomas... More > Kroepfl Immigrated to Milwaukee.< Less
Kroepfl History 1900's By Thomas Kroepfl
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This is a pictorial history of the Kroepfl family in the 1900's as they make their way to America. It starts in the 1900 and goes to 1919. close attention was paid to the year 1913 they year Thomas... More > Kroepfl Immigrated to Milwaukee.< Less
1900s Vaudeville Girls - Vintage Photo Portraits By 0dette Abbesse
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This digital scrapbook collection contains well over 100 vintage photos and picture postcard images of the stars of early music hall cabaret and variety shows, actresses and dancers, singers, chorus... More > girls, soubrettes and famous stars in wonderful stage costumes. Divas of the European and American theatre, including Elise de Vere, Gaby Delys and Liane de Vries... With mottled "parchment paper" background effect for an authentic vintage scrapbook look-and-feel. Also includes tasters from some of our other recent Performing Arts series titles! This collectible ebook edition is downloadable in PDF format.< Less
New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s Color By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s Color By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s PB By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s PB By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s (B&W new) By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s (B&W new) By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
Homespun In the Appalachians: A tale of Growing Up in the Mountains of West Virginia in the Early 1900's By Bonnie Crockett Roberts
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Growing up in the western Virginia mountains was a challenge at the turn of the century when roads were still unpaved and the small towns were scattered about. However, it was particularly difficult... More > for those who had meager means or illness in the home. Lottie Lee Robertson was born into one such home. However, she never thought of herself as underprivileged. After all, she had loving parents and many siblings who adored her. Her home was rich with love and that love would sustain her through the valleys that would lie right down the road or perhaps over the next mountain. This story is a fictional account based upon real stories told to me by my grandmother. The characters in the story, for the most part, are real people, my ancestors. I have attempted to keep the story as close to fact as possible. However, as with any story which is based upon short verbal accounts, the author must take the liberty to "fill in the gaps."< Less