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William Harvey By D'Arcy Powers
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Charles William David Harvey-Kelly was a Regimental lieutenant Colonel of the Irish guards from 1966-1968. During The Troubles in Ireland he worked to promote closer links with the Catholic and... More > Protestant churches. He was awarded the MBE in 1998 for his work with the ex service community in Ireland.William was born in London in 1924 to Charles Harvey-Kelly (Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army, Baluch Regiment) and Sybil (medical doctor and daughter of a Liberal MP). His uncle, H.D. Harvey-Kelly, was the first British pilot to land in France in WW1. He was the eldest of five children and spent the first three years of his life in Quetta, India (now in Pakistan). In 1927 the family moved to Co. Westmeath buying Clonhugh, a house and farm on the shores of Lough Owel near Multyfarnham. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Harvey-Kelly Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Harvey Girls Historical Society Cookbook By Violet Appel
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Nearly two dozen women at Orange Empire Railway Museum call themselves the Harvey Girl Historical Society. The challenge: Create a Fred Harvey Hospitality House at OERM. It needs to be more than... More > "a house built on cookie crumbs" which is what the HGHS leader/founder has been calling it.< Less
Top Five Cutest Doll House Furniture Items By Harvey Law
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As you might imagine, doll house furniture is incredibly adorable, as you get stylish items in miniature sizes. See more: http://shop.sueryder.org/doll-house-furniture.html
The Missing Chapter Lee Harvey Oswald in the Far East By Jack R. Swike
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Before Lee Harvey Oswald became linked to the JFK assassination, he was a mediocre U.S. Marine assigned to a radar squadron in Japan. Author Jack R. Swike, a former Marine Corps Intelligence... More > Officer stationed in Japan, spent over two decades researching Oswald’s activities overseas, resulting in The Missing Chapter: Lee Harvey Oswald in the Far East. This book will debunk some of the myths about Oswald’s life during the Cold War era. For instance, few people know that Oswald’s Marine squadron was stationed near a top secret atomic bomb facility on the Atsugi Naval Air Field in Japan, which also housed U-2 spy planes. Using the most reliable sources available, plus interviews with people who knew or allegedly had ties to Oswald, Swike has compiled a book of historical significance in unraveling a chapter of Oswald’s life that had quite simply been overlooked.< Less
The Missing Chapter Lee Harvey Oswald in the Far East By Jack R. Swike
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Before Lee Harvey Oswald became linked to the JFK assassination, he was a mediocre U.S. Marine assigned to a radar squadron in Japan. Author Jack R. Swike, a former Marine Corps Intelligence... More > Officer stationed in Japan, spent over two decades researching Oswald’s activities overseas, resulting in The Missing Chapter: Lee Harvey Oswald in the Far East. This book will debunk some of the myths about Oswald’s life during the Cold War era. For instance, few people know that Oswald’s Marine squadron was stationed near a top secret atomic bomb facility on the Atsugi Naval Air Field in Japan, which also housed U-2 spy planes. Using the most reliable sources available, plus interviews with people who knew or allegedly had ties to Oswald, Swike has compiled a book of historical significance in unraveling a chapter of Oswald’s life that had quite simply been overlooked.< Less
The House by the Lock By A. M. Williamson
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What secrets lay within the walls of the house by the lock? What secrets, if any, are held by the man who owns that mysterious house? A body is found in a backwater creek not far from the house by... More > the lock, but what leads Noel Stanton on a quest to determine who the killer might be is more than merely the disappearance of his American friend Harvey Farnham.< Less
Spoons West! Fred Harvey, the Navajo, and the Souvenir Spoons of the Southwest 1890-1941 By Nick T. Spark
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In the 1890's, just as the West was finally settled, a souvenir spoon "craze" swept the American nation. The scenic wonders, industry, and imagery of the West — with its fierce... More > natives, brave cowboys and lucky prospectors — were immortalized in silver. Famed host and entrepreneur Fred Harvey, Navajo silversmiths and even Charles Tiffany & Co. played important roles in the spoon phenomenon. The fad ran its course by WWII but, by then, thousands of intricate designs had been produced. Today, they remain prized by collectors. This delightful book recounts the history of the souvenir spoon craze in the West. It brings together for the very first time both commercially produced and native designs, and features scores of dazzling, full-color photos filled with unique and rare examples from premier collections.< Less
Wrong Turns: The Trials and Tribulations of Harvey R. Stull: A Novel Based on True Events By Bob Riepe
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It is April 1879 as a parade of horse-drawn buckboards and covered wagons rumble northward from Iowa toward Otter Tail County, Minnesota, on a quest for success and wealth. At the helm of the lead... More > wagon is forty-three-year-old Harvey Reavis Stull, a Civil War vet desperate to start anew and make his wife, Josie, happy. But as Harvey is about to discover, sometimes things do not turn out the way one imagines. As the wagon train arrives in New York Mills, Harvey and Josie immediately attempt to make the best of things in a town with nothing more than a few dilapidated boarding houses, a rickety hotel, and a general store built around three sawmills. But when continued challenges test Harvey’s character and strain his marriage, he decides to return to Iowa without any idea that his fate is about to change again. In this historical tale based on true events, an Iowa farmer embarks on a search for a new beginning in Minnesota where he must face the consequences for his decisions.< Less
Antlers Inn By Henry Harvey
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THE ANTLERS INN is the story of the Piccolos, a family whose luck has run out. They’ve lost their house, their jobs, and now they are at wit’s end answering an ad for work in the... More > classifieds. The novel is set in the Poconos in the tiny town of Jubilation, PA. The Antlers Inn is the social hub of the town and Beth finds a job at the inn and begins to fit in. Al, however, has a chip on his shoulder, and must come to terms with the pillars of the town, as well as his own monsters. Al has a dream, a dream to live in a tree house and live without a boss who makes his head hurt every day. Anywhere else it would be an impossible dream. In Jubilation, however, there is the slenderest of chances. This is a magical novel that will whisk you away to a nicer, gentler, world where you won’t want to leave.< Less
Cursed By Red Harvey
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Imogen can see the future, not that it does her much good. When ancient spirits haunt her, seeking re-entry into the human world, she struggles for answers. Yet, truths are easier to come by only... More > after the spirits succeed in hijacking her body. Imogen's gift makes her vulnerable to preternatural influences. Knowing this, she moves back to Graydon to start a new life. However, her childhood friend, Rafe, seems to know more about her powers than she does. He introduces her to another psychic, who foreshadows her death. Even as she knows fate is inevitable, she tries her damnedest to prevent it. Once she's dead, Imogen's true test of character arises when she is forced into stopping the body-thieving demons from destroying all of mankind. "Cursed" is a paranormal horror story fraught with surprises, humor, and old clichés turned on their heads. Readers hunting for a paranormal read with a Buffy-esque twist are sure to enjoy.< Less

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