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Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Memoirs of Life as a Police Officer in India: 1907 to 1946 By Sir Douglas Gordon
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Sir Douglas Gordon left behind a rich legacy when he died in 1966, including memoirs covering the years he spent with the Bengal Police. He served as the officiating commissioner of the Calcutta... More > Police before becoming inspector general in 1938. In that role, he commanded all the police in Bengal. Gordon arrested some of history’s most controversial political figures, including Mahatma Gandhi and Madeleine Slade. As he escorted Gandhi to the commissioner’s office, the two had a pleasant conversation in which the nationalist stressed that India must be free. Throughout his career, Gordon worked with human beings both good and bad, of all classes and castes. His writings provide a meaningful look into the complicated relationship between Britain and India, as well as the pleasures and challenges of everyday life. Edited by the author’s grandson, Memoirs of Life as a Police Officer in India includes a glossary, explanatory notes, contemporary photographs, and speeches that Gordon delivered in the 1940s.< Less
Memoirs of Life As a Police Officer In India: 1907 to 1946 By Sir Douglas Gordon
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Sir Douglas Gordon left behind a rich legacy when he died in 1966, including memoirs covering the years he spent with the Bengal Police. He served as the officiating commissioner of the Calcutta... More > Police before becoming inspector general in 1938. In that role, he commanded all the police in Bengal. Gordon arrested some of history’s most controversial political figures, including Mahatma Gandhi and Madeleine Slade. As he escorted Gandhi to the commissioner’s office, the two had a pleasant conversation in which the nationalist stressed that India must be free. Throughout his career, Gordon worked with human beings both good and bad, of all classes and castes. His writings provide a meaningful look into the complicated relationship between Britain and India, as well as the pleasures and challenges of everyday life. Edited by the author’s grandson, Memoirs of Life as a Police Officer in India includes a glossary, explanatory notes, contemporary photographs, and speeches that Gordon delivered in the 1940s.< Less
Memom's Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Marsolan Bazer
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Memom's Diary is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. A life of perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist, and historian during... More > the years 1928 and again during World War II. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book and embellished with early photographs from her albums, newspaper clippings and more found in her scrapbooks. The diary serves as a springboard, jumping from portions of her life to a pictorial journey of her father’s life. Horace H. Harvey, known as the “Father of the Inland Waterways” - so named for the key role he played in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway. What began as a drainage ditch in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans, is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system. Whether reading about the every day life of raising a large family or of a life contributing to Louisiana history, one will find that each life was truly extraordinary.< Less
Memom's Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Marsolan Bazer
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Memom's Diary is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. A life of perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist, and historian during... More > the years 1928 and again during World War II. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book and embellished with early photographs from her albums, newspaper clippings and more found in her scrapbooks. The diary serves as a springboard, jumping from portions of her life to a pictorial journey of her father’s life. Horace H. Harvey, known as the “Father of the Inland Waterways” - so named for the key role he played in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway. What began as a drainage ditch in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans, is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system. Whether reading about the every day life of raising a large family or of a life contributing to Louisiana history, one will find that each life was truly extraordinary.< Less
Memom’s Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Marsolan Bazer
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Memom's Diary is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. A life of perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist, and historian during... More > the years 1928 and again during World War II. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book and embellished with early photographs from her albums, newspaper clippings and more found in her scrapbooks. The diary serves as a springboard, jumping from portions of her life to a pictorial journey of her father’s life. Horace H. Harvey, known as the “Father of the Inland Waterways” - so named for the key role he played in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway. What began as a drainage ditch in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans, is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system. Whether reading about the every day life of raising a large family or of a life contributing to Louisiana history, one will find that each life was truly extraordinary.< Less
Memom’s Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Bazer
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Memom's Diary is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. A life of perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist, and historian during... More > the years 1928 and again during World War II. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book and embellished with early photographs from her albums, newspaper clippings and more found in her scrapbooks. The diary serves as a springboard, jumping from portions of her life to a pictorial journey of her father’s life. Horace H. Harvey, known as the “Father of the Inland Waterways” - so named for the key role he played in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway. What began as a drainage ditch in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans, is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system. Whether reading about the every day life of raising a large family or of a life contributing to Louisiana history, one will find that each life was truly extraordinary.< Less
Memom’s Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Bazer
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Memom's Diary is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. A life of perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist, and historian during... More > the years 1928 and again during World War II. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book and embellished with early photographs from her albums, newspaper clippings and more found in her scrapbooks. The diary serves as a springboard, jumping from portions of her life to a pictorial journey of her father’s life. Horace H. Harvey, known as the “Father of the Inland Waterways” - so named for the key role he played in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway. What began as a drainage ditch in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans, is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system. Whether reading about the every day life of raising a large family or of a life contributing to Louisiana history, one will find that each life was truly extraordinary.< Less