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Reuben Walker Family History By James C. Flowers
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A compilition of the Reuben Walker family history by James Flowers.
A Walker in the City Study Guide By BookRags.com
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A Walker in the City Study Guide consists of approx. 37 pages of summaries and analysis on A Walker in the City by Alfred Kazin.
Ancestors of Dolores Ann Walker By Compiled by Kathleen A. Jones
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The Ancestors of Dolores Ann Walker was compiled and published by Kathleen Ann Jones, October 2008. This book includes genealogical information on the following families: Bengela/Bendzela, Jaffke,... More > Lieder, Schroeder, Vessely, Walker, Zupke, with an appendix for the Taube families who are related by marriage to the Zupke and Jaffke families.< Less
Ancestors of Dolores Ann Walker By Compiled by Kathleen A. Jones
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The Ancestors of Dolores Ann Walker was compiled and published by Kathleen Ann Jones, October 2008. This book includes genealogical information on the following families: Bengela/Bendzela, Jaffke,... More > Lieder, Schroeder, Vessely, Walker, Zupke, with an appendix for the Taube families who are related by marriage to the Zupke and Jaffke families.< Less
Grateful Cuthbert Walker By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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Grateful Cuthbert Walker A Short Story by Random Writer Darth Donaldson looked at the minuscule book in his hands and felt stressed. He walked over to the window and reflected on his wild... More > surroundings. He had always loved grey Berlin with its putrid, prickly parks. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel stressed. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Cuthbert Walker. Cuthbert was a grateful doctor with chubby abs and moist feet.< Less
Snotty Suzanne Walker By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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Snotty Suzanne Walker A Short Story by Writer Unknown Suzanne Walker was thinking about Christian Johnson again. Christian was a caring coward with ruddy ankles and slimy hands. Suzanne walked over... More > to the window and reflected on her snooty surroundings. She had always loved wild Sleepford with its quarrelsome, quick quarries. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel surprised.< Less
Cowardly Clarke Walker By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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Cowardly Clarke Walker A Short Story by Writer Unknown Katy Parker looked at the weathered sandwich in her hands and felt sad. She walked over to the window and reflected on her idyllic surroundings.... More > She had always loved crowded Paris with its zany, zealous zoos. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel sad. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Clarke Walker. Clarke was a cowardly elephant with slimy arms and vast spots.< Less
Clever Toby Walker By Andy Mor
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Clever Toby Walker A Short Story by Anonymous Sandie Pitt looked at the crumpled sandwich in his hands and felt confident. He walked over to the window and reflected on his snooty surroundings. He... More > had always loved hilly West Boggins with its bitter, blushing beaches. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel confident. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Toby Walker. Toby was a clever juggler with sloppy arms and ugly thighs.< Less
Daring Kimberly Walker By Andy Mor
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Daring Kimberly Walker A Short Story by Anonymous Kimberly Walker was thinking about Toby Barker again. Toby was a stingy deity with brunette fingers and fragile eyebrows. Kimberly walked over to the... More > window and reflected on her grey surroundings. She had always loved pretty West Boggins with its nutritious, nasty nooks. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel worried.< Less
The First Walker Street Biennial By Jerry Cullum, editor
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The proliferation of biennials, usually involving the importation to small locales of an internationally recognized curator, raises enormous questions of power and responsibility. Maurizio Cattelan... More > offered an implicit critique (or maybe just enjoyed a vacation in the sun) by staging a Sixth Caribbean Biennial in which no works of art were on view. In reverse fashion, documenting the art of a biennial that never took place serves the function of making more visible some existing work, by Brandy Worsfold and Tom Wegrzynowski. The exhibitions of which installation shots appear in this book took place elsewhere and were seen by few people. This documentation, which was briefly available in one Walker Street gallery, has the potential of reaching more viewers than a physical Walker Street Biennial would have had. It should be noted that Walker Street is not only a street with two extremely hip galleries, it is one of the shortest streets in Atlanta, making it the ideal location for this not-quite-virtual biennial.< Less

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