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Description: The fife and drum are not so innocent; the vulture's eye is on the dance.
Description: First-rate minds to write books, guide the young and lead the nation – but the target runs close to the ground.
Description: Children taught that the air is clear if they stand like smiths, look straight ahead. The only thing they have to fear is what they should have done instea...
Description: Interior view of group near the Main Lodge fireplace, with Barbara Ellen Joy seated in a camp chair reading to a group of young campers. Numerous decorativ...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two group portraits. Includes a group portrait of the campers in Sue Ann Hackett's cabin in the summer of 19...
Description: A bisque doll of a woman with her face and hands painted black. She is wearing a red plaid dress with two aprons. The doll was made in Germany in 1890-1910...
Description: The measure of solitude fades in the ripples and there are more prizes than there are fish.
Description: Please listen to the great owl. Please listen to the education. Please learn how to save hard things for the easy way.
Description: We were promised, we were told, that candy came in stripes and boxes. But some was stacked, like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes.
Description: A word without momentum that settled on a note of calm caught wind and spun its venom into froth, to cool a Sunday afternoon in June.
Description: Years ago, there was a man-sound from the hills, and a lifetime later, its aged and legendary echo.
Description: I'll show you all the imported graces and you shall see New Fontainebleau.
Description: Everybody was wonderful. Stars kept rising, pink and gold, trailing threads of breathless music barely out of reach...
Description: Each little world has its private Atlas working his ethic in longhand toward the stage set for the point of No Return.
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...
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: The visionaries: slightly seeing as many improvements as there are egos to reckon with.
Description: Unkind to speak of the ancestral vocabulary as dream-talk, unkind to wake the dreamer.
Description: I had to know the point to which the path was tracked and when the definition would cease to be my own.
Description: Bring back somehow the big Hello. Prolong the noisiest day. The clapping hands are stilled too soon, and much too far away.
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