Crabtree's Collection Old Books: Bioigraphy
found: 3 books

Borden, Norman E., Jr.,
Dear Sarah: New England ice to the Orient and other incidents from the journals of Captain Charles Edward Barry to his wife.
Freeport, ME, Bond Wheelwright, (1966). G ex-libary. True story of brief romance & marriage of sea captain Charles Barry & Sarah Lord to whom he wrote long letters from sea. It. is also the story of the beginning of the ice export industry. Library markings.
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Book number: BOOKS036247I
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Catalogue: Bioigraphy

Flaccus, Louis W.,
By a Departing Light.
Missoula, MT, Mountain Press Pub Co, 1984. G. Flaccus writes a memorial to his wife who died of cancer in 1984. "By a departing light we see acuter, quite, than by a wick. that stays. There's something in the flight that clarifies the sight and decks the rays." Emily Dickinson Signed by author. Wear to top of spine.
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Book number: BOOKS044632I
USD 18.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 | £UK 14.25 | JP¥ 2642]
Catalogue: Bioigraphy

Gilkey, Langdon,
Shantung Compound: the story of men & women under pressure.
San Francisco, Harper, (1975). 27th ptg. VG PB. 2,000 men, women & children herded together under the menace of Japanese guns rebuild a world & rediscover themselves. Langdon Gilkey was a young American teacher at Yenching University nea Peking, China, when Japanese military under wartime pressure rounded up all foreigners into an internment camp. 2-1/2 yrs later they were released. Gilkey kept a journal during his imprisonment. The camp became a living laboratory, a miniature society illustrating the human condition & moral dilemmas. A vivid diary of prison life & a theologian's mature reflection on the condition of men in times of stress.
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Book number: BOOKS034937I
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 | £UK 8 | JP¥ 1468]
Catalogue: Bioigraphy

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