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Three Stories By Hugh Hagius
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Travels in the Caribbean--Santo Domingo, Cuba, Puerto Rico
Family Letters of Wilhelmina Boehm Ney (1835-1923) By hugh Hagius
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Letters Written by Wilhelmina Boehm Ney (1835-1923) and Members of her family
Family Letters of Wilhelmina Boehm Ney (1835-1923) By Hugh Hagius
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The life and letters of Wilhelmina Boehm Ney (1835-1923). Wilhelmina (Minna) Boehm came to America as a young girl and was married to Fred Ney. They had a family of 11 sons and daughters. Fred and... More > Minna farmed in Ohio, Illinois and Louisiana, and in their last years lived in Medford, Oklahoma. This book contains letters from various members of her family, along with a number of letters from Wilhelmina to her daughter Eliza Hagius, and provides a vivid picture of the life of a frontier farm wife.< Less
Henry Everett Ney By Hugh Hagius
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Everett Ney was born in Shelby County, Illinois, in 1881. He grew up in Lake Arthur, Louisiana, where his family grew rice, and for many years he was the gardener of Victory Park in Baton Rouge. In... More > the 1940s he removed to Birmingham, Alabama, where his face and flowing beard became a familiar sight to the many residents who passed him every day at First Avenue and Eighteenth Street, selling copies of the Post-Herald and the News. In time he was discovered by artists and photographers who employed him as a model. Mr. Ney turned out to have the knack of looking like an inspired prophet, or a grizzled frontiersman as required. With the help of Mr. Ney's granddaughter Eleanor Bailey, Hugh Hagius has assembled a gallery of these professional portraits, along with a selection of images of Mr. Ney from family pictures. They comprise a photographic record of his life from infancy to old age, through a variety of bearded and clean-shaven looks.< Less
Henry Everett Ney By Hugh Hagius
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Everett Ney was born in Shelby County, Illinois, in 1881. He grew up in Lake Arthur, Louisiana, where his family grew rice, and for many years he was the gardener of Victory Park in Baton Rouge. ... More > In the 1940s he removed to Birmingham, Alabama, where his face and flowing beard became a familiar sight to the many residents who passed him every day at First Avenue and Eighteenth Street, selling copies of the Post-Herald and the News. In time he was discovered by artists and photographers who employed him as a model. Mr. Ney turned out to have the knack of looking like an inspired prophet, or a grizzled frontiersman as required. With the help of Mr. Ney's granddaughter Eleanor Bailey, Hugh Hagius has assembled a gallery of these professional portraits, along with a selection of images of Mr. Ney from family pictures. They comprise a photographic record of his life from infancy to old age, through a variety of bearded and clean-shaven looks.< Less
G.I. Hustlers of World War II By Hugh Hagius
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The draft of World War II tore ten million men from the arms of their sweethearts, and deposited them, lonely, horny and broke, in the big cities. There they made a wonderful discovery: the... More > red-light districts were full of friendly strangers who might offer a G.I. a cigarette, buy him a drink or a dinner, put him up for the night, shower him with affection, and even help him out with a few bucks. In this volume Hugh Hagius presents a short history of this forgotten front of World War II, along with a selection of candid snapshots of servicemen of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.< Less
Swasarnt Nerf's Gay Guides for 1949 By Hugh Hagius
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Reprint of booklets which circulated in the gay underground of New York in 1949, along with snapshots of gay life in the 1940s, '50s and '60s.
Alberto Nin Frias Vida y Obras By Hugh Hagius
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Un estudio sobre el novelista y crítico social Alberto Nin Frías (1879-1937), uno de los escritores de la generación del 900 del Uruguay y la Argentina. Nin Frías fue el... More > autor de "Alexis" (1932) y "Homosexualismo Creador" (1933) y estudios de la naturaleza.< Less
G.I. Hustlers of World War II By Hugh Hagius
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The draft of World War II tore ten million men from the arms of their sweethearts, and deposited them, lonely, horny and broke, in the big cities. There they made a wonderful discovery: the... More > red-light districts were full of friendly strangers who might offer a G.I. a cigarette, buy him a drink or a dinner, put him up for the night, shower him with affection, and even help him out with a few bucks. In this volume Hugh Hagius presents a short history of this forgotten front of World War II, along with a selection of candid snapshots of servicemen of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.< Less
Swasarnt Nerf's Gay Guides for 1949 By Hugh Hagius
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Reprint of booklets which circulated in the gay underground of New York in 1949, along with snapshots of gay life in the 1940s, '50s and '60s.