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Handbook of Autism and Anxiety [electronic resource]. by III, Thompson E. Davis.; White, Susan W.; Ollendick, Thomas H.(DLC)1718513;
Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I ; Introduction and Overview; Chapter-1; The History of Autism: From Pillar to Post; Introduction; Post-World War Two Era: Autism, Psychosis, and Psychodynamics; Tracking the Official Nomenclature; Causes, Cures, and Controversies; Conclusions; References; Chapter-2; Phenotypic Variability in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Clinical Considerations; Introduction; Prevalence; Etiology; Diagnostic and Clinical Features; Core Diagnostic Features; Adaptive Behavior; Behavior and Psychiatric Problems; Outcome; Conclusions; ReferencesChapter-3Anxiety Disorders; Introduction; Phenomenology; Normal Fear and Anxiety; Anxiety Disorders; Prevalence; Course, Severity, and Comorbidity; Etiology; Temperamental Vulnerability; Environmental Risk; Genetic and Physiological Vulnerability; Maintaining Variables: Avoidance and Cognitive Biases; Multifactorial Model; Treatment; Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; Pharmacotherapy; Conclusions; References; Chapter-4; Other Disorders Frequently Comorbid with Autism; Introduction; General Comorbidity Prevalence Rates; Intellectual Disability; Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity DisorderOppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct DisorderTic Disorders; Sleep Disorders; Feeding Disorders; Elimination Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Bipolar and Related Disorders; Suicidality; Conclusions; References; Chapter-5; Anxiety Assessment and Treatment in Typically Developing Children; Anxiety Assessment and Treatment in Typically Developing Children; Assessment; Empirically Supported Treatments for Anxiety Disorders in Youth; Psychoeducation; Exposure; Cognitive Restructuring; Parent Psychoeducation and Parent-Training; Relaxation; Modeling; Self-MonitoringEvidence for the Efficacy of CBT for the Treatment of Childhood Anxiety DisordersObsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Specific Phobias; GAD, SAD, and Social Phobia; Conclusions ; References; Chapter-6; Autism and Anxiety: Overlap, Similarities, and Differences; Autism and Anxiety: Overlap, Similarities, and Differences; Past and Present Challenges; Prevalence of Anxiety in ASD; Similarities and Differences; Occurrence; Anxiety Presentation; Onset and Trajectory; IQ, Language, and ASD subtype; Conclusions ; References; Chapter-7Autism and Anxiety: Etiologic Factors and Transdiagnostic ProcessesIntersection of Core Diagnostic Features of ASD and Anxiety; Social Deficits and Anxiety; Repetitive Behaviors and Anxiety; Resistance to Change; Differences in Sensory Processing; Transdiagnostic Behavioral Processes; Perseveration or Rumination and Anxiety; Emotion Regulation; Core Diagnostic Features and Transdiagnostic Processes: Concluding Remarks; Common Neurobiological Etiologies of Anxiety and ASD; Prevailing Models of Amygdala Function and Dysfunction in ASD; Amygdala Activity, Anxiety, and ASDPFC Function, Anxiety, and ASDThe diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has evolved greatly since Asperger's day. And as our clinical understanding of this spectrum of disorders has grown, so has recognition of the connections between anxiety disorders and ASD?a welcome development, but also a source of confusion for many in the field.The Handbook of Autism and Anxiety brings together leading experts to explain this comorbidity, the diagnostic similarities and differences between the two disorders and the extent to which treatment for each can be coordinated for optimum results. Focusing on repetitive behaviors, soci
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Fight Like the Devil [electronic resource] : The First Day at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863 by Mackowski, Chris.; White, Kristopher D.; Davis, Daniel T.;
Acknowledgments; Touring the Battlefield; Foreword by Mark H. Dunkelman; Prologue: The First Battle of Gettysburg; Chapter One: The Campaign; Chapter Two: First Shots; Chapter Three: Fight Like the Devil; Chapter Four: Herbst Woods; Chapter Five: The Death of John Reynolds; Chapter Six: The Railroad Cut; Chapter Seven: Oak Hill; Chapter Eight: Oak Ridge; Chapter Nine: The XI Corps Arrives; Chapter Ten: Collapse; Chapter Eleven: Battle in the Brickyard; Chapter Twelve: The Key to the Battlefield; Chapter Thirteen: Cemetery Hill; Epilogue; Appendix A: Where Was Jeb Stuart? by Eric J. WittenbergAppendix B: Shoes or No Shoes? by Matt AtkinsonAppendix C: The Most Second-Guessed Decision of the Warby Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White; Appendix D: Reynolds Reconsidered by Kristopher D. White; Appendix E: The Harvest of Death by John F. Cummings III; Appendix F: Amos Humiston and the Children of the Battlefieldby Meg Thompson; Appendix G: Pipe Creek by Ryan Quint; Appendix H: The Peace Light Memorial by Dan Welch; Order of Battle; Suggested Reading; About the AuthorsDo not bring on a general engagement, Confederate General Robert E. Lee warned his commanders. The Army of Northern Virginia, slicing its way through south-central Pennsylvania, was too spread out, too vulnerable, for a full-scale engagement with its old nemesis, the Army of the Potomac. Too much was riding on this latest Confederate invasion of the North. Too much was at stake.As Confederate forces groped their way through the mountain passes, a chance encounter with Federal cavalry on the outskirts of a small Pennsylvania crossroads town triggered a series of events that quickly escalated be
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The First Twenty-Five : An Oral History of the Desegregation of Little Rock's Public Junior High Schools. by Bell-Tolliver, LaVerne.;
Intro -- Contents -- Foreword by Joel E. Anderson -- Acknowledgments -- I. Overview -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Setting the Context -- Chapter 2. Phase Two: Historical Introduction: Junior High Desegregation -- II. Our Stories -- Chapter 3. East Side Junior High -- Equilla Banks Webb -- Alfreda Brown -- Myrna Davis Washington -- Shirley Hickman -- Sarah Jordan Talley -- Glenda Wilson -- Chapter 4. Forest Heights Junior High -- LaVerne Bell-Tolliver -- Chapter 5. Pulaski Heights Junior High -- Kathleen Bell -- Pinkie Thompson -- Chapter 6. Southwest Junior High -- Henry Rodgers -- Wilbunette Walls Randolph -- Chapter 7. West Side Junior High -- Clarence Johnson -- Alice Joiner Kimball -- Kenneth Jones -- Brenda Sims Clark -- Sandra Smith -- Alvin Terry -- Joyce Williams Warren -- III. Conclusion -- Chapter 8. What We Discovered -- Chapter 9. Recommendations -- Author's Note -- Appendix 1. Study Method -- Appendix 2. Arkansas's Constitutional Challenge to Block Desegregation -- Appendix 3. Arkansas Pupil Assignment Law -- Appendix 4. Demographic Information -- Appendix 5. Excerpt of Interview with Mr. Ozell Sutton -- Bibliography -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The True Traveller : A Reader. by Davies, W. H.(DLC)1999975; Waterman, Rory.;
Title -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- from The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp (1908) -- Chapter III: Manhood -- Chapter XIV: The House-boat -- from Chapter XV: A Lynching -- Chapter XIX: A Voice in the Dark -- Chapter XX: Hospitality -- Chapter XXI: London -- from Beggars (1909) -- Chapter I: The Nationalities as Beggars -- from Chapter IV: Dilemmas of Travellers -- Chapter X: The Happy Life -- Chapter XXVIII: Navvies and Frauds -- Chapter XXXII: Lady Tramps -- Chapter XXXVII: The Sport of Fame -- Chapter XXXVIII: Beggars in the Making -- from The True Traveller (1912) -- Chapter IV: The Woman in the Woods -- Chapter VII: A Night Out -- Chapter XXI: Mad Kitty -- Chapter XXIII: The End -- from A Poet's Pilgrimage (1918) -- Chapter II: Children -- Chapter VI: In Neath Valley -- Chapter VIII: Welsh Song and Prize-fighting -- Chapter XI: Tintern Abbey -- Chapter XIV: Old Acquaintance -- Chapter XVII: A Long Walk -- Chapter XXII: The Savernake Forest -- from True Travellers: A Tramp's Opera in Three Acts (1923) -- Act 1, Scene 1 -- Act 1, Scene 2 -- from Young Emma (written 1924 -- published 1980) -- Chapter IV: The Silk Stocking -- Chapter V: Young Emma -- Chapter VI: The Complaint -- Chapter VIII: A Night of Horror -- from Chapter XIII: The Green Country -- from Later Days (1925) -- from Chapter I: The Camp -- from Chapter III: 'Authors of the Sea' -- Chapter IV: The Philosopher -- from Chapter V: A Poet and His Dog -- from Chapter VII: The Journey -- from Chapter IX: Reading for Charity -- from Chapter X: Politics and Society -- from Chapter XI: Works of Art -- from Chapter XII: Artists All -- from The Adventures of Johnny Walker, Tramp (1926) -- Foreword -- Chapter XVI: Nicknames -- from My Garden and My Birds (1939) -- Chapter XII: Last Remarks -- Miscellaneous Prose -- How it Feels to be Out of Work.The Career of Hurdy Gurdy Joe -- My Memory of Edward Thomas -- A Foreword, Shorter Lyrics of the Twentieth Century: 1900-1922 -- Poets and Critics -- Introduction, Moll Flanders (1924) -- Introduction to Burns, Poetical Works -- Introduction, Jewels of Song (1930) -- Selected Poems -- The Lodging House Fire -- Angry -- In the Country -- The Kingfisher -- The Philosophical Beggar -- A Dream -- Christ, the Man -- Days that have Been -- Leisure -- Sheep -- The Child and the Mariner -- The Heap of Rags -- The Sleepers -- To a Rich Lady -- Francis Thompson -- A Great Time -- Nell Barnes -- The Bird of Paradise -- Friends -- Killed in Action -- Our Sussex Downs -- Wild Oats -- The Rabbit -- The Two Heavens -- E is for Eyes -- Sport -- The White Horse -- Song of the Miners -- Armed for War -- Select Bibliography -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Civil War Monuments and the Militarization of America. by Brown, Thomas J.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction: Beyond the Iconoclastic Republic -- 1. The Emergence of the Soldier Monument -- 2. Models of Citizenship -- 3. Models of Leadership -- 4. Visions of Victory -- 5. The Great War and Civil War Memory -- Epilogue: Toward a New Iconoclasm -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- Illustrations -- I.1 William Walcutt, Pulling Down the Statue of George III at Bowling Green, New York -- 1.1 Hazen Brigade Monument, Murfreesboro, Tennessee -- 1.2 John N. Hyde and William J. Peirce, Erected by the Somerville Light Infantry -- 1.3 Charles H. Dimmock, Monument to Confederate Dead, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond -- 1.4 William R. Ware and Henry Van Brunt, Harvard Memorial Hall -- 1.5 Martin Milmore, Sphinx, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts -- 1.6 Randolph Rogers, model of The Sentinel (Soldier of the Line) -- 1.7 Randolph Rogers, Worcester Civil War Monument -- 1.8 Batterson Monumental Works, Soldier Monument, Deerfield, Massachusetts -- 1.9 Martin Milmore, plaster cast of Roxbury Monument, Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston -- 1.10 John Quincy Adams Ward and Richard Morris Hunt, Seventh Regiment Memorial, Central Park -- 1.11 New England Granite Works, The American Volunteer -- 1.12 Daniel Chester French, The Minute Man, Concord, Massachusetts -- 1.13 L. Prang and Co., Army and Navy Monument on Boston Common -- 2.1 Gorham Manufacturing Company, Liberty Arming the Patriot, Pawtucket, Rhode Island -- 2.2 Montomery Meigs and Caspar Buberl, Pension Building and detail of frieze, Washington, DC -- 2.3 David W. Gibbs, Soldiers Memorial Building, Toledo -- 2.4 J. C. Bragdon, Pittsburgh's Fifty Million Dollar Beauty Center -- 2.5 Charles Keck, model of America -- 2.6 Launt Thompson, Soldier Monument, Pittsfield, Massachusetts.2.7 Smith Granite Company, Thirteenth Massachusetts Monument, Gettysburg -- 2.8 F. Wellington Ruckstuhl and Charles R. Lamb, Arkansas Soldiers Monument, Little Rock -- 2.9 Advertisement from Monumental News, Nov. 1901 -- 2.10 Levi Scofield, Cuyahoga County Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Cleveland -- 2.11 Bruno Schmitz, Herman Matzen, and Rudolf Schwarz, Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Indianapolis -- 2.12 Levi Scofield, model of Infantry Group, Cleveland -- 2.13 Lorado Taft, model of Defense of the Flag -- 2.14 Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Charles McKim, Shaw Memorial, Boston -- 2.15 Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson, Bickerdyke Monument, Galesburg, Illinois -- 2.16 Augustus Lukeman and Henry Bacon, Monument to North Carolina Women of the Confederacy, Raleigh -- 2.17 Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson, The Volunteer, Newburyport, Massachusetts -- 2.18 Sally James Farnham, Defenders of the Flag, Rochester, New York -- 2.19 John Wilson, Confederate Monument, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill -- 2.20 Henry Hering and Henry Bacon, Yale University Civil War Memorial -- 3.1 Thomas Crawford, Virginia Washington Monument, Richmond -- 3.2 John Quincy Adams Ward and J. L. Smithmeyer, Thomas Monument, Washington, DC -- 3.3 Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Stanford White, Farragut Monument, New York -- 3.4 William Wetmore Story, Everett Memorial, Boston -- 3.5 Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Stanford White, Lincoln Monument, Chicago -- 3.6 John Quincy Adams Ward and Richard Morris Hunt, Beecher Monument, Brooklyn -- 3.7 George Hayward, Equestrian Statue of Washington, Union Square, N.Y. -- 3.8 Antonin Mercié and Paul Pujol, Lee Monument, Richmond -- 3.9 Carl Rohl-Smith, Sherman Monument, Washington, DC -- 3.10 Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Stanford White, Logan Monument, Chicago -- 3.11 John Quincy Adams Ward, model for Sheridan Monument, Washington, DC.3.12 Gutzon Borglum, Sheridan Monument, Washington, DC -- 3.13 Plan of National Mall, Washington, DC -- 3.14 Daniel Chester French, Edward C. Potter, and Frank Miles Day, Grant Monument, Philadelphia -- 3.15 Henry M. Shrady and Edward Pearce Casey, model of Grant Memorial, Washington, DC -- 3.16 Henry M. Shrady, model of Artillery Group, Grant Memorial, Washington, DC -- 4.1 Frederick Law Olmsted, map of Buffalo parks and parkways -- 4.2 Office of Henry Hobson Richardson, Civil War Memorial Project, Buffalo -- 4.3 George Keller, Caspar Buberl, and Samuel Kitson, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, Hartford -- 4.4 John H. Duncan and Frederick MacMonnies, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Brooklyn -- 4.5 Lew F. Porter, Camp Randall Memorial Arch, University of Wisconsin, Madison -- 4.6 George W. Ranck and Muldoon Monument Company, Confederate Memorial, Lexington Cemetery, Kentucky -- 4.7 Edward Valentine and William C. Noland, Jefferson Davis Memorial, Richmond -- 4.8 F. Wellington Ruckstuhl, Gloria Victis, Baltimore -- 4.9 Stanford White and Frederick MacMonnies, Battle Monument, West Point -- 4.10 Anders Zorn, Augustus Saint-Gaudens -- 4.11 Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Charles McKim, Sherman Monument, New York -- 4.12 Daniel Chester French and Henry Bacon, Melvin Memorial, Concord, Massachusetts -- 4.13 Franklin Simmons and Edward Clark, Naval Monument, west side -- 4.14 Franklin Simmons and Edward Clark, Naval Monument, east side -- 4.15 Batterson Monumental Works, Soldiers' National Monument, Gettysburg -- 4.16 Moses Ezekiel, Confederate Monument, Arlington National Cemetery -- 4.17 Hermon A. MacNeil, Albany Soldiers and Sailors Memorial -- 5.1 View of proposed Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC -- 5.2 Daniel Chester French and Henry Bacon, Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln, Nebraska -- 5.3 Daniel Chester French, Lincoln statue, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC.5.4 "Abraham Lincoln, What Would You Do?" -- 5.5 George Grey Barnard, Abraham Lincoln, Cincinnati -- 5.6 Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC -- 5.7 Daniel Chester French, Milton Memorial, Milton, Massachusetts -- 5.8 E. M. Viquesney, Spirit of the American Doughboy, Columbia, South Carolina -- 5.9 Charles H. Niehaus, Planting the Standard of Democracy, Newark, New Jersey -- 5.10 Frank J. Manson, Handing Down Old Glory, Red Bank, New Jersey -- 5.11 Daniel Chester French and Henry Bacon, Du Pont Memorial Fountain, Washington, DC -- 5.12 Giuseppe Moretti, Battle of Nashville Monument -- 5.13 Charles Grafly, Meade Memorial, Washington, DC -- 5.14 A. Phimister Proctor, Robert E. Lee and Young Soldier, Dallas -- 5.15 Gutzon Borglum, plan of the sculptures at Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial -- 5.16 Augustus Lukeman, plan for Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain -- E.1 Removal of Lee statue, New Orleans -- E.2 An-My Lê, Monument, General P. G. T. Beauregard, New Orleans, Louisiana.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Letters of Note : Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience. by Usher, Shaun.;
Intro -- Unbound -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- 001 - Queen Elizabeth II to US President Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 002 - Jack The Ripper to George Lusk -- 003 - E. B. White to Mr Nadeau -- 004 - Mary Stuart to Henry III Of France -- 005 - William P. Macfarland to Andy Warhol -- 006 - Bill Hicks to a Priest -- 007 - John Kricfalusi to Amir Avni -- 008 - Francis Carr-Gomm to The Times -- 009 - Robert Pirosh to Various -- 010 - Virginia Woolf to Leonard Woolf -- 011 - Groucho Marx to Woody Allen -- 012 - Ian Main to Head Of Comedy And Light Entertainment -- 013 - Charles Dickens to The Times -- 014 - Annie Oakley to US President William Mckinley -- 015 - Patrick Hitler to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 016 - Roald Dahl to Amy Corcoran -- 017 - Eudora Welty to The New Yorker -- 018 - Louis Armstrong to Lance Corporal Villec -- 019 - Jourdon Anderson to Patrick Henry Anderson -- 020 - Fidel Castro to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 021 - Hunter S. Thompson to Hume Logan -- 022 - Various Mothers to The Foundling Asylum -- 023 - John W. James III to US President Richard Nixon -- 024 - Steve Martin to Jerry Carlson -- 025 - Mary Tape to San Francisco Board Of Education -- 026 - John Arbuthnot Fisher to Winston Churchill -- 027 - Ursula Nordstrom to A School Librarian -- 028 - Raymond Chandler to Edward Weeks -- 029 - Lady Shigenari to Kimura Shigenari -- 030 - Nick Cave to MTV -- 031 - The Connell Family to The Ciulla Family -- 032 - Ray Bradbury to Brian Sibley -- 033 - Sol Lewitt to Eva Hesse -- 034 - Katharine Hepburn to Spencer Tracy -- 035 - Charles M. Schulz to Elizabeth Swaim -- 036 - Richard Feynman to Arline Feynman -- 037 - Clementine Churchill to Winston Churchill -- 038 - Virginia O'Hanlon to Editor Of The Sun -- 039 - Alfred D. Wintle to Editor Of The Times -- 040 - Emma Hauck to Mark Hauck.041 - Masanobu Kuno to His Children -- 042 - Three Elvis Presley Fans to US President Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 043 - Robert Scott to Kathleen Scott -- 044 - Jack Kerouac to Marlon Brando -- 045 - Amelia Earhart to George Putnam -- 046 - Eddie Slovik to General Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 047 - Galileo Galilei to Leonardo Donato -- 048 - Gavrila Posenya to Various -- 049 - Denis Cox to A Top Scientist -- 050 - Lucy Thurston to Mary Thurston -- 051 - Stewart Stern to The Winslows -- 052 - Emily Dickinson to Susan Gilbert -- 053 - Unknown to Martin Luther King, Jr -- 054 - Francis Crick to Michael Crick -- 055 - Leonardo Da Vinci to Ludovico Sforza -- 056 - Flannery O'Connor to A Professor Of English -- 057 - Elvis Presley to US President Richard Nixon -- 058 - Fyodor Dostoevsky to Mikhail Dostoevsky -- 059 - Jackie Robinson to US President Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 060 - John F. Kennedy to Allied Forces -- 061 - Spike Milligan to Stephen Gard -- 062 - William Safire to H. R. Haldeman -- 063 - Laura Huxley to Julian And Juliette Huxley -- 064 - Stephen L. Tvedten to David L. Price -- 065 - Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger to Sister Mary Jucunda -- 066 - Kurt Vonnegut to Charles Mccarthy -- 067 - Mark Twain to J. H. Todd -- 068 - Iggy Pop to Laurence -- 069 - Mario Puzo to Marlon Brando -- 070 - Roger Boisjoly to R. K. Lund -- 071 - Grace Bedell to Abraham Lincoln -- 072 - James Cameron to Leslie Barany -- 073 - A Widow to Eung-Tae Lee -- 074 - Ayyab to Amenhotep IV -- 075 - Sullivan Ballou to Sarah Ballou -- 076 - Uncle Lynn to Peggy, Dorothy, Chuck And Dick Jones -- 077 - Unknown to William Parker, 4th Baron Monteagle -- 078 - Bette Davis to B. D. Hyman -- 079 - Ernest Hemingway to F. Scott Fitzgerald -- 080 - Samuel Barber to Marguerite Barber -- 081 - Buang-Ly to USS Midway -- 082 - Tim Schafer to David Fox.083 - 36 American Writers to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 084 - Rudyard Kipling to Editors Of The Horsmonden School Budget -- 085 - Anaïs Nin to The Collector -- 086 - Bill Baxley to Edward R. Fields -- 087 - Ludwig Van Beethoven to His Brothers -- 088 - Benjamin Franklin to Benjamin Webb -- 089 - Jim Berger to Frank Lloyd Wright -- 090 - Form Letter -- 091 - Henry James to Grace Norton -- 092 - Philip K. Dick to Jeff Walker -- 093 - Frederic Flom to Bob Hope -- 094 - Alec Guinness to Anne Kaufman -- 095 - Rebecca West to H. G. Wells -- 096 - Lord Bernard Delfont to Michael Deeley And Barry Spikings -- 097 - Jermain Loguen to Sarah Logue -- 098 - Cincpac to All Ships -- 099 - Wil Wheaton to Teresa Jusino -- 100 - Clyde Barrow to Henry Ford -- 101 - Ronald Reagan to Michael Reagan -- 102 - Titanic to SS Birma -- 103 - Robert T. Lincoln to Richard W. Gilder -- 104 - Pete Docter to Adam -- 105 - Charles Bukowski to Hans Van Den Broek -- 106 - Sir Archibald Clark Kerr to Lord Reginald Pembroke -- 107 - Alleta Sullivan ro US Navy -- 108 - John Steinbeck to Thom Steinbeck -- 109 - James Hicks to His Fellow Postmasters -- 110 - Charles Darwin to Joseph D. Hooker -- 111 - Arthur C. Fifield to Gertrude Stein -- 112 - Mark Chapman to A Memorabilia Expert -- 113 - F. Scott Fitzgerald to Scottie -- 114 - Charles Lamb to Bernard Barton -- 115 - John Beaulieu to Us President Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 116 - Albert Einstein to Phyllis -- 117 - Mohandas Gandhi to Adolf Hitler -- 118 - Dorothy Parker to Seward Collins -- 119 - Rainer Maria Rilke to Franz Kappus -- 120 - Mark Twain to Walt Whitman -- 121 - Albert Einstein to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 122 - Zelda Fitzgerald to F. Scott Fitzgerald -- 123 - Oscar Wilde to Bernulf Clegg -- 124 - Mick Jagger to Andy Warhol -- 125 - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. to Kurt Vonnegut -- Index -- Acknowledgements.Subscribers -- Permissions -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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