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Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Russell County, Virginia Marriages, 1900-1923 By Randy F. McNew Crouse
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A transcription of the Russell County, Virginia marriage register covering the years from 1900 to 1923. A total of 5,100 marriages are included with separate indices sorted by groom surname and by... More > bride surname. The register also contains the names of the parents, ages, birthplaces, marital condition, the groom’s occupation and residences of the parties. Marriage and Proportional Occupational Statistics are compiled for each year and there is a summary table and graphs. This will be a valuable aid to genealogical researchers trying to trace family history in Russell County in the early 20th century and also to those interested in social dynamics, demographics, and population statistics of the era. Third Edition, 1st issue. Full color front and back covers. figures and graphs printed in full color with black and white text. Casewrap-hardcover binding.< Less
Russell County, Virginia Marriages, 1900-1923 By Randy F. McNew Crouse
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A transcription of the Russell County, Virginia marriage register covering the years from 1900 to 1923. A total of 5,100 marriages are included with separate indices sorted by groom surname and by... More > bride surname. The register also contains the names of the parents, ages, birthplaces, marital condition, the groom’s occupation and residences of the parties. Marriage and Proportional Occupational Statistics are compiled for each year and there is a summary table and graphs. This will be a valuable aid to genealogical researchers trying to trace family history in Russell County in the early 20th century and also to those interested in social dynamics, demographics, and population statistics of the era. Third Edition, 1st issue. Full color front and back covers. Interior printed in black and white.< Less
Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Works by Matt Chambers By William Shelley, Ericka Fernandez
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Art Exhibition featuring works by Matthew Chambers. Exhibition held at Library House Gallery in Grand Rapids, Ohio. Organized by William Shelley and Ericka Fernandez. The exhibition dates: November... More > 3rd 2012 - January 27th 2013 Artist Biography Matthew B. P. Chambers was born and raised in Winesburg, Ohio and spent his childhood summers in nearby Mayberry. At the age of 5 he began playing music and after hearing a Thelonious Monk recording years later, started learning the language of Jazz. As his twin brother entered university to study art history, Mr. Chambers vicariously learned of the plastic visual arts and developed an eye for all things visual. After being hired by an art museum in the Midwest, he has been exposed daily, and for years on end to many masterworks and recently began creating his own art. Many 20th century artists have influenced his work. Mr. Chambers is of the opinion that in order to render something genuine and true, an element of poetry must be present.< Less
Canby's Camelot By Rose T. Mantell
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John Canby, intelligent, persevering, and handsome, is running for President of the United States. Canby is a former state governor with a compelling record of compassionate social achievement.... More > However, problems lurk in his background: born a foundling, raised in foster homes, John Canby is also black. Is the nation ready for its‚ first African American president? Canby's Camelot tells the story of John Canby's dramatic run for the White House, as well as his personal quest to seek his unknown biological parents. As the compelling novel unfolds, Canby confronts problems of drug addiction, interracial marriage, infidelity, the Klu Klux Klan, and a terrorist nuclear bomb threat. Canby's Camelot is a highly entertaining novel that speaks to America's current problems and offers thoughtful solutions to many of them.< Less
Canby's Camelot By Rose T. Mantell
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(Hard Cover Version) John Canby, intelligent, persevering, and handsome, is running for President of the United States. Canby is a former state governor with a compelling record of... More > compassionate social achievement. However, problems lurk in his background: born a foundling, raised in foster homes, John Canby is also black. Is the nation ready for its‚ first African American president? Canby's Camelot tells the story of John Canby's dramatic run for the White House, as well as his personal quest to seek his unknown biological parents. As the compelling novel unfolds, Canby confronts problems of drug addiction, interracial marriage, infidelity, the Klu Klux Klan, and a terrorist nuclear bomb threat. Canby's Camelot is a highly entertaining novel that speaks to America's current problems and offers thoughtful solutions to many of them.< Less