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Culminating Family and Career in the 1990s By Lynne Gross
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Summary: Culminating Family and Career in the 1990s includes 53 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the... More > stories are based in the Los Angeles area of California while others are located in countries where she taught or consulted. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: anniversaries, art, associations, Australia, awards, budgeting, cars, consulting, Estonia, expert witnesses, friends, Fulbrights, grandchildren, health, investments, New Zealand, Russia, speeches, teaching, traveling, TV program testing, universities, weddings, women’s issues, and writing.< Less
Branching Out and Taking Risks In the 1980s By Lynne Gross
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Summary: Branching Out and Taking Risks in the 1980s includes 72 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the... More > stories are based in the Los Angeles area of California while others are located in countries where she taught or consulted. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: advisory boards, aerospace, Alaska, anniversaries, associations, Australia, awards, cable TV, cars, China, Europe, food, friends, Guyana, houses, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Olympics, parties, South Africa, Swaziland, teaching, traveling, TV Academy, TV production, universities, weddings, women’s issues, and writing.< Less
Survival: The Saga of My Ancestors By Lynne Gross
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This book describes five generations that emanated from Germany and Italy. It is based on research through ancestry.com and other internet sources as well as interviews with relatives and discoveries... More > in long-forgotten closets and scrapbooks. It includes tales of immigration, settling, and dealing with success and failures. The people depicted are hard-working, most of them in steel-related industries in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In addition to chapters on each of the four branches of the author's heritage, there are chapters that deal with the research process.< Less
The Roundhouse Aquarium: The Early Years By Lynne Gross
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The Roundhouse Aquarium: The Early Years covers the development of this marine studies center from its early roots in the 1970s until the end of the 1980s. In addition, the first chapter gives brief... More > background information regarding the opening of the Roundhouse in 1922 until its deteriorated condition in the 1970s. The book chronicles both the challenges and rewards that the founders faced and deals with the human perspective as well as that of the marine environment. It serves as a lead in to the continued existence of today’s Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center.< Less

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