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RUTH'S RECIPES By David Kanowsky
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A COLLECTION OF RUTH KANOWSKY'S RECIPES, TRANSCRIBED FROM HER FAMOUS 'RECIPE BOX.'
RUTH'S RECIPES By David Kanowsky
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A COLLECTION OF RUTH KANOWSKY'S RECIPES, TRANSCRIBED FROM HER FAMOUS 'RECIPE BOX.'
Graeme Remembers By Graeme Kerley, Ruth Steer
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Born during the ‘Great Depression’ years, life certainly had its challenges for Graeme Kerley and the residents of the small country town, called Cummins. This book tells of the... More > resilience, resourcefulness and strength of families and friends during times of need. The theme of gratefulness unfolds throughout the book, as Graeme remembers…< Less
Graeme Remembers... By Graeme Kerley, Ruth Steer
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Born during the ‘Great Depression’ years, life certainly had its challenges for Graeme Kerley and the residents of the small country town, called Cummins in South Australia. This book... More > tells of the resilience, resourcefulness and strength of families and friends during times of need. The theme of gratefulness unfolds throughout the book, as Graeme remembers…< Less
Remembering David By Mary Mullen, Ruth Royal
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Nine young people became part of a tight friendship group at North Central College in Naperville, IL, between 1958 and 1962. A central figure in this friendship group was David Walker. Like many... More > in the group, he participated in the college Writer’s Club and worked on the college newspaper, the North Central College Chronicle. David edited the Chronicle for a year. Many in this group also ate together at one of the dorm dining rooms where family-style meals brought everyone closer. Trips to Chicago to hear blues or attend films ensued. In mid-January 2014, David died of leukemia. Now, in memory of his life, 8 of his friends have contributed their fond memories of David both at college and beyond. All 8 have also provided biographical information about themselves to describe what they have done since college graduation.< Less
Memoirs of Ruth Johnson Laskowske By Ruth Laskowske
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I don't pretend to be an author. I own a couple of books on writing, but I haven't read them. I just wanted to jot down things I remember from my childhood. I started it in about 1997 then laid it... More > aside for several years. I continued off and on, telling of my years as a wife and mother, our dream trip to South Africa, Brazil and Puerto Rico, our experiences living in Brazil and finally here in Texas.< Less
Memoirs of Ruth Johnson Laskowske By Ruth Laskowske
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I don't pretend to be an author. I own a couple of books on writing, but I haven't read them. I just wanted to jot down things I remember from my childhood. I started it in about 1997 then laid it... More > aside for several years. I continued off and on, telling of my years as a wife and mother, our dream trip to South Africa, Brazil and Puerto Rico, our experiences living in Brazil and finally here in Texas.< Less
An Ode Thing To Remember By M Ruth Porter-Swaid
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Odes to the ancients of our'ville.
REMEMBER ME By Robert Morrison
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Ruth Gorton wrote several journals in the years before her death. Passages from her journals are included here.
No Ordinary Woman: The Life of Ruth E. Considine By Mary Ann Sachse Brown
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“No Ordinary Woman: The Life of Ruth E. Considine", written and edited by Mary Ann Sachse Brown (author of “Remembering Lowemont”) details the life of Ruth Considine... More > (1898-1979), a daughter of John E. Considine, who was the first white male born in 1857 on the townsite of Grasshopper Falls, which is now Valley Falls, Kansas. Miss Considine was born and raised in Atchison, but never married. However, she loved children, her large family, caring for others and especially a love of learning. The book features the biography of Miss Considine, an illustrated children’s story she often told, “The Cow from Grasshopper Falls”, and the full text of her dissertation, “The Kansas Pioneer Woman 1854-1864” written in 1939, which explores the role of women in Leavenworth, Atchison and Douglas counties during the early Kansas Territorial period.< Less