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Mary Cable

Mary Cable lives in Santa Fe, among the scenes that Sloan painted. Recently she published a novel, Avery’s Knot, based on a nineteenth-century murder.

Articles by Mary Cable

The famous painter of Eastern city life also captured the sunny, spacious world of the Southwest Read >>
S•x Education, October 1974 | Vol. 25, No. 6
“Your body is a temple,” our ancestors told their pubescent youngsters. ‘Now go take a cold bath” Read >>
It runs from the site of David Burnes’s farmhouse across old Goose Creek to Jenkins’ Hill. Linking the White House and the Capitol, it is Washington’s grand avenue, the Read >>
“It’s a picture of your father’s mother’s mother’s mother,” was my mother’s explanation when at twelve I asked about the faded daguerreotype in the breakfront. But she would not say any more Read >>
On the long voyage from Bremen to America, the promised land, emigrants from eastern Europe endured a cramped, dangerous, and disease-haunted pilgrimage Read >>

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