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Description: Years ago, there was a man-sound from the hills, and a lifetime laterits aged and legendary echo
Description: A girl doll dating back to 1890-1900. She is painted brown, and wearing a striped coat over a flowered dress.
Description: For any master line drawn fine enough or spoken welllet us call all professionals to wear the laureland deck the Halls of Fame
Description: Sunday was the day when, to a stranger,almost nothing happened. But to usit was the best day of all
Editorial room of the Milwaukee Journal
Probably the Black River at Black River Falls
An unhappy majoritysome of whom voted for frivolous reasonsreflected the north/south split
In their nascent paranoia, they preached their...
We were promised, we were toldthat candy came in stripes and boxes
But some was stacked,like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes<...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying several scenes from the interior of Cabin I. Includes photographs of girls on bunk beds, storage areas next...
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying three photographs. In one photograph Barbara Ellen Joy, camp owner and co-director, cooks over a large grill are...
Everybody was wonderful
Stars kept rising, pink and goldTrailing threads of breathless musicbarely out of reachHand to hand around the...
Description: Every macho-mind knows exactly whatand where it is — up front, smokinghot, born to circumstance, savagewatchman of the several thousand Rights
Description: I had to know the point to which the path was trackedand when the definition would cease to be my own
Description: Unkind to speak of the ancestral vocabulary as dream-talk,unkind to wake the dreamer
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two photographs. One shows Sue Ann and two cabin mates, along with counselor Miss Rusty, in sleeping bags in...
Description: Bring back somehow the big HelloProlong the noisiest dayThe clapping hands are stilled too soonAnd much too far away
Description: The visionaries: slightly seeing as many improvementsas there are egos to reckon with
Please listen to the great owlPlease listen to the education
Please learn how to save hard thingsfor the easy way
Description: I'll show you all the imported gracesand you shall see New Fontainebleau
Description: First-rate minds to write books, guide the young and lead the nationbut the target runs close to the ground
Description: Each little world has its private Atlasworking his ethic in longhandtoward the stage set for the point of No Return
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