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Depression Era | Depression Era

nadine-galinsky-feldman's picture
Sep.16.2009
Memoir of Jeanette Feldman, who overcame poverty and family struggles in the South Bronx during the Great Depression to become a fine artist, enjoy a loving family, and travel the world. Edited by Nadine Galinsky Feldman, Patchwork includes full-color photographs of the author's work.
lise-mcclendon's picture
Apr.19.2008
Europe is at war. Nazi bombers are hammering London. Wendell Willkie is giving Roosevelt a run for his money. In Kansas City, Dorie and her partner, Amos, are trying to keep the blond and beautiful Thalia Hines from destroying herself. It's not easy. The girl has every reason to escape the cold...
lise-mcclendon's picture
Apr.19.2008
"One O'Clock Jump" is like a time capsule, transporting a tale of murder, greed, and intrigue from vintage Kansas City into the present day. Dorie Lennox is a humdinger of a private eye.                   ...
steve-hauk's picture
Jan.31.2008
Throughout his life John Steinbeck numbered artists among his most trusted friends. In California, in Pacific Grove and on Monterey's Cannery Row, the novelist's closest companions, in addition to the great marine biologist Ed Ricketts, included painters Judith Deim, Ellwood Graham, James...