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Unconventional Portraits: Photographs by Charles E. Moody By Jessica Skwire Routhier and Renee DesRoberts
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This book was produced in conjunction with the exhibition "Unconventional Portraits: Photographs by Charles E. Moody," co-organized by the Dyer Library/Saco Museum (Saco, Maine) and the... More > McArthur Public Library (Biddeford, Maine), and presented at the Saco Museum January 15 through February 26, 2011. The book details the life and photography of Charles E. Moody, a Saco native who became active in photography circles in Newark, New Jersey, and York County, Maine. The illustrations in the book--featuring subjects from Coney Island, New York, to Old Orchard Beach, Maine--are scanned directly from original glass plate negatives in the collections of the Dyer Library, Saco Museum, and McArthur Public Library. Also included are essays by Renee DesRoberts, Archivist at the McArthur Public Library, and Jessica Skwire Routhier, Director of the Saco Museum.< Less
Lexington Lives By Laura Anne Heller
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Lexington Lives merges history with poetry, voices sharing their lives and their deaths. Among the archives shelves there are stories waiting to be understood. History books and brief obituaries in... More > 1800s newspapers leave readers inquiring: What is the full story? Who were these people? What hardships did they face? These poems give voice to people throughout Kentucky’s history, be it the child who died in a fire, the asylum suicide, victims of a train wreck, or the murdered circus bear trainer. Some voices are a merging of lives, while others arrive from historical figures such as suffragist Laura Clay and cholera epidemic gravedigger William "King" Solomon. Photographs of cemetery statues and headstones illustrate the poems to complement them and to give a sense of permanence to the lives shared. All photographs are by Laura Anne Heller and were taken in Lexington Cemetery and Calvary Cemetery. Laura Anne Heller works as an archivist and writes poetry when history and culture inspires a story.< Less
Unconventional Portraits: Photographs by Charles E. Moody By Jessica Skwire Routhier and Renee DesRoberts
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This book was produced in conjunction with the exhibition "Unconventional Portraits: Photographs by Charles E. Moody," co-organized by the Dyer Library/Saco Museum (Saco, Maine) and the... More > McArthur Public Library (Biddeford, Maine), and presented at the Saco Museum January 15 through February 26, 2011. The book details the life and photography of Charles E. Moody, a Saco native who became active in photography circles in Newark, New Jersey, and York County, Maine. The illustrations in the book--featuring subjects from Coney Island, New York, to Old Orchard Beach, Maine--are scanned directly from original glass plate negatives in the collections of the Dyer Library, Saco Museum, and McArthur Public Library. Also included are essays by Renee DesRoberts, Archivist at the McArthur Public Library, and Jessica Skwire Routhier, Director of the Saco Museum.< Less
Gwenllian By Nicki Bullinga
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1275... a cry for help from a woman who is kidnapped at sea. Present day. Dutch archivist Fenna van Wijk is helping architect Ned Thompson to sift through a stack of ancient papers kept in an... More > untouched archive in an old English manor house in Lincolnshire. Among manuscripts dealing with the holy Gilbert of Sempringham, they discover a letter from 1275, written by Eleanor de Montfort, the young bride to be of Welsh prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd. During their research, Fenna stumbles upon a mysterious child: Gwenllian. The English king Edward I had this infant locked away for ever in a cloister in ... Sempringham. When Fenna and Ned try to understand this harsh decision, they find more than they bargained for.< Less
The Man Who Didn't Come Back By A. Machin-Taylor
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Rose Armstrong, a semi-retired archivist within MI5, discovers an anomaly in the old files. It becomes obvious that there was a monumental deception in the past, but who was deceiving who? Someone in... More > today's world of intelligence will stop at nothing to prevent her continuing her investigation. The murder of Rose brings her two devoted friends Ann Barron and Jess Maclean, both ex-MI5, out of retirement. Both now middle aged mothers with family responsibilties, they unofficially set out to find Rose’s murderer. They also become embroiled with the deception and whoever is determined that the deception should not be uncovered at any cost. They are on their own - or are they? Someone seems to be keeping watch over them and does MI5 really not know what they are doing? In the end, the deception is real but not what they had thought, resulting in the identification of a spy within MI5. Finally, a meeting in Moscow explains why the deception took place and who was deceived.< Less
THE MAN WHO DIDN'T COME BACK By A. Machin-Taylor
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Rose Armstrong, a semi-retired archivist within MI5, discovers an anomaly in the old files. It becomes obvious that there was a monumental deception in the past, but who was deceiving who? Someone in... More > today's world of intelligence will stop at nothing to prevent her continuing her investigation. The murder of Rose brings her two devoted friends Ann Barron and Jess Maclean, both ex-MI5, out of retirement. Both now middle aged mothers with family responsibilties, they unofficially set out to find Rose’s murderer. They also become embroiled with the deception and whoever is determined that the deception should not be uncovered at any cost. They are on their own - or are they? Someone seems to be keeping watch over them and does MI5 really not know what they are doing? In the end, the deception is real but not what they had thought, resulting in the identification of a spy within MI5. Finally, a meeting in Moscow explains why the deception took place and who was deceived.< Less
The Deeptracker's Guide By Harry Potter
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Centuries ago, at the close of the last age, a 900 year old gnome catalogued the various trials, perils, and creatures encountered in the vast hollow earth, thereby providing a handbook to aid humans... More > on their own expeditions for lost knowledge. The Enchiridion de Rebus Subterraneis was masterfully translated into English word for word by the famous archivist Thanato Excorpus and titled "The Deeptracker's Guide to Thaumaturgy and Netherbeasts." Imported from the shores of Whitehawk six centuries ago, no other translations exist. The London fire of 1666 consumed the only manuscript known of the original Latin. The gnome treats on the various environments of the intermudane caverns and subterraneous worlds, providing eyewitness testimony, ancient manuscripts, Church-like admonitions, and rebuke against unbelievers. Includes many "short story" pieces of the gnome's encounters as well.< Less
Atlantis New Beginning By TJ Morris
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Atlantis New Beginning by TJ Morris ACO is a book share of information that Theresa J Thurmond Morris finds as part of her own spiritual journey. Theresa Janette known as TJ Morris is a woman on a... More > spiritual paranormal journey using her work and world as one now on blogtalkradio.com/TJMorrisETradio. TJ is an author, speaker, organizer of the Author Conferences Organization and Ascension Center Organization aka ACO. TJ is also a member of the ACE Folklife Historical Society of Archivists. TJ is an author of over 13 books with TJ Morris Publishing. TJ Morris is her trademark and ACO and ACIR are her service marks. TJ loves people, place, and things, and co-creates think tanks of futurists.< Less
Making Known the Biblical History and Roots of Alcoholics Anonymous By Dick B
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For eleven years, author Dick. B. has been receiving, analyzing, utilizing, and writing about the real evidence that documents the biblical history and roots of Alcoholics Anonymous. His research... More > materials have come from a wide variety of sources including the following: (1) Books, correspondence, and papers supplied to him by actual participants in early A.A., such as Dr. Bob’s children, the children of Henrietta Seiberling, the daughter of T. Henry Williams, the children and wife of Rev. Sam Shoemaker, and many of the Oxford Group team that assisted Dr. Frank Buchman. (2) A.A. authors, historians, and archivists, as well as others who have written about A.A. and its roots.< Less
Dr. Bob of Alcoholics Anonymous By Dick B.
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This title tells you about A.A. cofounder Dr. Bob’s “excellent training” in the “Good Book” as “a youngster.” It presents an in-depth exploration of the... More > training Dr. Bob received during his boyhood years in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. You will see, from its documented details, that young Bob’s major Christian training—the training translated into the early A.A. spiritual recovery program in Akron—came from his parents, Walter P. and Susan H. Smith; North Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury; the Christian Endeavor Society of that church; and the rigorous requirements and studies at the famous St. Johnsbury Academy. The authors traveled to St. Johnsbury; visited principal buildings existing during Bob’s youth; interviewed the North Church pastor, the St. Johnsbury Academy archivist and the librarian, people at his boyhood home, and others.< Less

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