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Description: Please listen to the great owlPlease listen to the educationPlease learn how to save hard thingsfor the easy way
Description: As though the tree inclined lacked discipline, pruned of its working part
We were promised, we were toldthat candy came in stripes and boxes
But some was stacked,like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes<...
Description: There are Gothic ways the light comes drifting through a forestclothes fit, things pad themselvesstone rests on stone and legends long persist,...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying two group portraits. One is of Cabin I in 1950 and the other is of the camp counselors in 1951. They are po...
Description: Around the corner: the geography of childhood
Description: Bring back somehow the big HelloProlong the noisiest dayThe clapping hands are stilled too soonAnd much too far away
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two photographs. The top is a group portrait of the counselors who worked at Joy Camps in the summer of 1949...
Date: 1800 ca.
Description: Needlework scene on silk worked in colored silk thread using running and crewel stitches. The hands and faces of the figures are watercolor on paper. Sce...
Description: Outdoor quarter-length portrait of Joy Camps co-directors, Barbara Ellen Joy (on the left) and Marjorie Camp (on the right). Both women are wearing white s...
Description: To some who want to leaveit would be dullBut to us who want to staythe moment is surprising:never laxonly turning out of nowhere lastin...
Description: Everybody who lived should get a gold watchfor enduranceand a chain for hanging
The year is flown.
We can't compete and we stand alone
A word without momentum that settled on a note of calm
and spun its venom into froth, to coola Sunday afternoon in June
Description: Everybody was wonderfulStars kept rising, pink and goldTrailing threads of breathless musicbarely out of reachHand to hand around the n...
Description: Rooms remembered for what they led toWhat they shut out and how they silent sang
Description: Gown made by Charles Frederick Worth of Paris for Frances Fairchild of Madison, Wisconsin, 1880.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying several photographs. Includes one of the cabins (exterior view), Miss Rusty (one of the Joy Camps counselor...
A better foot is leavenedfrom the botto...
Description: White horses, white fences that money can't buy
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