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Compound Alchemy By Maya Drozdz
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Tucked away on the edge of Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is a garden affectionately known to its residents as “the compound.” Two buildings share this garden and its koi... More > pond, hammock, patio, fire pit, and the paths that wind through its wild plantings, sharing space with an array of found objects and art, seemingly chaotic but, in fact, carefully arranged into complex compositions of color and texture. This book serves as a photographic record of this idiosyncratic garden, as experienced in August 2006.< Less
Soldier of the Ardennes By Francis DiPietro
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This custom edition contains complete scans of Mr. DiPietro's actual letters from the war. Preserved for over 60 years, they give a valuable perspective on World War II through the eyes of Francis... More > Charles DiPietro, a front line infantry soldier with the renowned 83rd Thunderbolt Division. Deployed to Europe in the most decisive hour of the war, Frank and the 83rd trudge through the Ardennes forest in waist-deep snow to push back the enemy forces in the Battle of the Bulge. They are the first American division to reach the Rhine river in Germany, establish the Elbe bridgehead, and help deliver the blow to Hitler's forces which ends the war in Europe. The letters are divided into three main groups: 1.) covering Frank’s 17 weeks of basic training at Camp Wheeler in Georgia, 2.) the war in Europe and the maneuvers of the 83rd Division as they press back German forces, 3.) the obstacles of peace and military government which arise after the official German surrender in May of 1945.< Less
Soldier of the Ardennes By Francis DiPietro
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This custom edition contains complete scans of Mr. DiPietro's actual letters from the war. Preserved for over 60 years, they give a valuable perspective on World War II through the eyes of Francis... More > Charles DiPietro, a front line infantry soldier with the renowned 83rd Thunderbolt Division. Deployed to Europe in the most decisive hour of the war, Frank and the 83rd trudge through the Ardennes forest in waist-deep snow to push back the enemy forces in the Battle of the Bulge. They are the first American division to reach the Rhine river in Germany, establish the Elbe bridgehead, and help deliver the blow to Hitler's forces which ends the war in Europe. The letters are divided into three main groups: 1.) covering Frank’s 17 weeks of basic training at Camp Wheeler in Georgia, 2.) the war in Europe and the maneuvers of the 83rd Division as they press back German forces, 3.) the obstacles of peace and military government which arise after the official German surrender in May of 1945.< Less
Foxhole Memoirs By Vaughn Wagnon
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Homer Vaughn Wagnon, Jr. describes his experience in World War II as a rifleman in the 102nd 'Ozark' Division, 407th Regiment.
The Life of the Moselle By Octavius Rooke
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The beautiful scenery of the Moselle has too long been left without notice. It is true, some of our Artists have presented to us scenes on the banks of this river; but English travellers are, for... More > most part, ignorant how very charming and eminently picturesque are shores of this lovely stream. “The Rhine! the Rhine!” is quoted by every one, and admired or abused at every fireside, but the Moselle is almost wholly unexplored. Lying, as she does, it is altogether inexplicable that a river presenting scenery unsurpassed in Europe should be so neglected by those who in thousands pass the mouth of her stream. When the Roman Poet Ausonius visited Germany, it was not the Rhine, but Moselle which most pleased him. The Moselle, which rises among the wooded mountains of the Department des Vosges, never during its whole course is otherwise than beautiful. Below Trèves it passes between the Eifel and Hunsruck ranges of mountains, which attain to the height of ten or twelve hundred feet above the level of the river.< Less
The American King By J.K. McGrath
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Binny Wilson follows in his brother's footsteps, discovering a golden treasure beneath the water of the Rhine and falling in love in the Levant while chasing the secret of the atomic bomb.
Loos Family History: From Europe to America By Beverly McCarthy
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Charles Louis Loos, son of Jacques G. and Catherine Loos, was born December 22, 1823, at Woerth-sur-Sauer, Lower Rhine, (Lower Alsace) France. With his father's family he came to the United States,... More > and settled in Ohio in November 1834. The family was in the communion of the Lutheran church, but soon after arrival in the United States, heard the preaching of the Restoration, and on October 14, 1838, Charles was baptized. He began teaching and was soon also preaching. In September 1842, he entered Bethany College, Va., where in due course he graduated. While the greater part of his systematic work in life has been that of a teacher, Prof. Loos has always been an active preacher of the gospel. In 1848 he married Rosetta Erina Kerr. She was born in 1825 and was the daughter of Rev. John Kerr and Margaret Carr of New County Down, Ireland. They became parents to nine children.< Less
Loos Family History: From Europe to America By Beverly McCarthy
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Charles Louis Loos, son of Jacques G. and Catherine Loos, was born December 22, 1823, at Woerth-sur-Sauer, Lower Rhine, (Lower Alsace) France. With his father's family he came to the United States,... More > and settled in Ohio in November 1834. The family was in the communion of the Lutheran church, but soon after arrival in the United States, heard the preaching of the Restoration, and on October 14, 1838, Charles was baptized. He began teaching and was soon also preaching. In September 1842, he entered Bethany College, Va., where in due course he graduated. While the greater part of his systematic work in life has been that of a teacher, Prof. Loos has always been an active preacher of the gospel. In 1848 he married Rosetta Erina Kerr. She was born in 1825 and was the daughter of Rev. John Kerr and Margaret Carr of New County Down, Ireland. They became parents to nine children.< Less
The photographs of Nelson Ronsheim By Edited by Michael G Smith & Copyright 2009
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Photographs of Cincinnati from 1939 by artist Nelson Ronsheim.
Visit Europe with Me By Sophia Deng
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An Asian female's solo travel, backpacking through Europe, personal encounters, observations, and philosophical thoughts. In English and Chinese.

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