Monthly Archives: October 1990

The Three Aspects of Time

R. Heale #128 NAT 1990.015 The only way to truly understand our planet Earth is to stand back and study what is happening on it from a distant point of view, to study objectively what is physically taking place on … Continue reading

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The Promotion

Bud (Gerald?) Boudreau #127 SOC 1990.030 A, B In The Promotion, Gary Gleason is up for promotion to replace his boss, who is retiring. Grooming for the promotion notwithstanding, the promotion isn’t automatic. Office politics, laws, and politics all have … Continue reading

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Did She Leave Me Any Money?

Alyce Cornyn-Selby #124 HUM 1990.011 In Did She Leave Me Any Money?, the late Travis Duncan, an unusual 37-year-old woman, bequeaths an estate worth over $23,000,000 to her ex-lovers. Her will stipulates that these men must meet for one night … Continue reading

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From The Spirit of ’76 and Other Thoughts

Albert Helzner #125 NAT 1990.014 “The Spirit of ’76″ is a famous painting hanging in the town hall of Marblehead, Massachusetts. Just as there are thoughts that cross our minds during our lifetime, I have given the central character in … Continue reading

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Epistle

Steve Rutz #126 SOC 1990.029 Epistle is a fifty-six page letter from my greatgrandson who is intrigued by the study of our era and possesses the delicate talent of communicating with our generation in the form of this letter. While … Continue reading

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October 6, 1990

Albert Helzner #123 NAT 1990.013 Every year, when October 6 arrives, I make my annual visit to the maternity wing of the Salem Hospital, Salem, Massachusettes, to see a new born baby. I ask myself the questions, “How did this … Continue reading

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Reflections of A Quiet Man

Edward Malcom Collier #122 ALL 1990.023 Reflections of A Quiet Man is a collection of short stories written by my father, Malcolm V. Collier, during the nineteen-forties and fifties, primarily about small town America and its generally unsophisticated citizens. Following … Continue reading

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Childhood Memories of World War II

Eva Rappart Edmands #121 SOC 1990.028 Born in Vienna, Austria, Eva Rappart Edmands was eight years old when the Anschluss shattered her secure and comfortable Jewish household. During the following years, as they emigrated to France and fled Nazi persecution, … Continue reading

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The Bed

Medelyn Winkleman #120 HUM 1990.010 No synopsis provided.

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Ninety Years

Ivis Scales #118 FAM 1990.009 Ninety Years chronicles the life and times of a Vermont woman of ninety years.

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