Lottie Walter

Lottie secretly knows there is a shark in the pool waiting to eat her, until her new walrus friend, Walter, helps her to conquer her fear.

Lottie   Walter

Author: Anna Walker

Publisher: Clarion Books

ISBN: 1328470385

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Lottie secretly knows there is a shark in the pool waiting to eat her, until her new walrus friend, Walter, helps her to conquer her fear.

Our Young Folks

And she was an amiable , tender - hearted , good lady , although she certainly did spoil Lottie a good deal , and allowed Walter to do pretty much as he ...

Our Young Folks

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Popular children's magazine containing music, enigmas, charades, maps, stories and articles by various authors.

Edward Gilman Jr Begat

... Mary/Sarah (Moses Gilman 3rd) 44 Trask, Lottie (Walter P. Gilman) 645 Trask, Rev. Nathaniel 38 Treworgye, Elizabeth (Hon. John Gilman) 41,48,56,58,60, ...

Edward Gilman Jr  Begat

Author: Nadine Scott

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Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of Edward Gilman Jr. He was born in England and baptized 26 Dec 1617 at Hingham, England. He was the son of Edward Gilman Sr. and Mary Clark. In September or October of 1653 he was lost at sea. He married Elizabeth Smith in Sep 1647 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. She was born ca. 1619 to Richard Smith. They were the parents of three children.

Capturing the French River

From left to right (back row): William, Lottie, Walter, Ethel, Ernest; (middle row) Ida, Alice, George Sr, Eliza, George Ir, Lucy; (front row) Helen, ...

Capturing the French River

Author: Wayne Kelly

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 1554881242

Page: 128

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Capturing the French River introduces a rare collection of exceptional photographs taken along the river between 1910 and 1927 by Doctors J. Ernest Rushbrook and Frank Sherman, whose lifelong friendship was based in part around their mutual love of photography, of nature, of the Canadian wilderness and of the canoe. The collection was a serendipitous discovery by author Wayne Kelly, who immediately recognized the uniqueness of these incredible images. The two Rushbrook sisters, Ida and Bertha, also photographers, play a significant role in this book on the amazing, historically significant French River and the once-thriving original village of French River, which ceased to exist circa 1924. The sisters are remembered as well for their fearless running of whitewater rapids and remote camping adventures, often including Bertha’s son, Max, who was still a babe in arms. The author’s historical research on this area and the era has led to an informative text that will delight history buffs and also serve as the ideal companion for those interested canoeists and travellers venturing into French River country. Present-day photographers will also be intrigued by the many images selected from a collection of 634 photographs. Capturing the French River is destined to become a Canadian treasure in print.

Dramatic notes by C E Pascoe 1st

Lottie .. Walter Lee . Mr. Charles Warner , Philip Radley Mr. J. D. Beveridge . William Maguire Mr. E. H. Brooke . Titus Knott Mr. Fred . Thorne .

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Discovering Vintage Chicago

Lottie's was originally a small grocery store, established in 1928, when WalterLottie” Zagorski bought it and transformed it into Zagorski's Tavern.

Discovering Vintage Chicago

Author: Amy Bizzarri

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493014064

Page: 224

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The Discovering Vintage series takes you back in time to all of the timeless classic spots each city has to offer. The books spotlight the charming stories that tell you what each place is like now and how it got that way from classic restaurants to shops to other establishments that still thrive today and evoke the unique character of the city. They’re all still around—but they won’t be around forever. Start reading, and start your discovering now!

Margaret s Mead

lay with tumbled dark hair , like Lottie's , and the eighteen - month boy ... “ Walter's not engaged , you know , Mariorf , and Margaret's Mead is his .

Margaret s Mead

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Hyrum William Pew His Ancestors Descendants Allied Lines

Walter Harvey Pew Caroline Janette Hill Caroline Janette Hill was born 7 October 1869 , at Toquerville ... Caroline's date was Plum and Lottie's Walter .

Hyrum William Pew  His Ancestors  Descendants   Allied Lines

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Hyrum William Pew (1831-1903) was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He emigrated to Utah where he met and married Henrietta Druzilla Weymouth. The couple later moved to Mesa, Arizona.

Southern Women in the Progressive Era

1861), and Walter (b. 1871). 32. ... 1860), wife of Lottie's uncle, Walter Scott Clark. 42. ... Lottie's brother Frederick Alonso “Lonzo” Clark (b. 1875).

Southern Women in the Progressive Era

Author: Giselle Roberts

Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press

ISBN: 1611179262

Page: 384

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From the 1890s to the end of World War I, the reformers who called themselves progressives helped transform the United States, and many women filled their ranks. Through solo efforts and voluntary associations, both national and regional, women agitated for change, addressing issues such as poverty, suffrage, urban overcrowding, and public health. Southern Women in the Progressive Era presents the stories of a diverse group of southern women—African Americans, working-class women, teachers, nurses, and activists—in their own words, casting a fresh light on one of the most dynamic eras in U.S. history. These women hailed from Virginia to Florida and from South Carolina to Texas and wrote in a variety of genres, from correspondence and speeches to bureaucratic reports, autobiographies, and editorials. Included in this volume, to name but a few of the selections, are the previously unpublished memoir of the civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune, who founded a school for black children; the correspondence of a textile worker, Anthelia Holt, whose musings to a friend reveal the day-to-day joys and hardships of mill-town life; the letters of the educator and agricultural field agent Henrietta Aiken Kelly, who attempted to introduce silk culture to southern farmers; and the speeches of the popular novelist Mary Johnson, who fought for women's voting rights. Always illuminating and often inspiring, each story highlights the part that regional identity—particularly race—played in health and education reform, suffrage campaigns, and women's club work. Together these women's voices reveal the promise of the Progressive Era, as well as its limitations, as women sought to redefine their role as workers and citizens of the United States.

Robert Kimberly

“ Don't call her Lottie , Walter . " “ She calls me Walter . " “ She has no business to . What did What did you tell her ? Don't let us go out to - night .

Robert Kimberly

Author: Frank Hamilton Spearman

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