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Description: We tend to forget that at the time of the destruction of the forests, an emergency situation existed. The need for lumber for the building up of the...
Description: Hang hope still higher, let it ringSpend every care this dayfor hope itself must decorate the dream
Description: Rooms remembered for what they led toWhat they shut out and how they silent sang
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 several scenes. Includes photographs of a girl near a bridge with rapids, campers canoeing, a lineup of som...
Description: Although they remembered everything that could not be tolerated,their better natures,surfacing through waves of church-worn care,prevailed over...
Description: A word without momentum that settled on a note of calmcaught windand spun its venom into froth, to coola Sunday afternoon in June
Description: Put aside anything so futileAll that fermented timespent and blackened, much obscured,is now restored with cheese and wine
Description: In the afternoon, nothingOvernight, unseenIn the morning, a wooden horse with strangerssending telegrams for more
Description: You who were spared I talked with night but lastabout the velvet yearsI remember from the windowThe one that is blown is the one gone wild
Description: Gown made by Charles Frederick Worth of Paris for Frances Fairchild of Madison, Wisconsin, 1880.
Description: Unkind to speak of the ancestral vocabulary as dream-talk,unkind to wake the dreamer
Description: A girl doll dating back to 1890-1900. She is painted brown, and wearing a striped coat over a flowered dress.
Description: If everything stopped dead — watches, tickers, hands — on every island something new would bloomand another age begin
Description: It's a day for celebration, just to be so cheering glad and everyone to know
Description: The visionaries: slightly seeing as many improvementsas there are egos to reckon with
Description: If you will tell me, then, the things that you have readI shall not have heard of thembut I will read them for your sakeThere is a meeting...
Description: Sunday was the day when, to a stranger,almost nothing happened. But to usit was the best day of all
Description: We were promised, we were toldthat candy came in stripes and boxesBut some was stacked,like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes
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