A young poet’s memories of the old rural America in whose fields he worked for two sunny months while awaiting the call to service in the First World War
One of America's most distinguished publishers writes of his personal and professional friendship with the famed historian, Samuel Eliot Morison.
IT WAS LIKE THIS FOR OUR GREAT-GRANDMOTHERS
A Brush with the Law & OTHER OFF-SEASON ADVENTURES, or
Modern G. I.’s will recognize a fellow spirit in the sergeant who wrote this account of life in General Washington’s army
A southern woman’s memoir of a by-gone era