"The stand of yews, statues are noseless lichen smirched ghosts; the nomads approach, drums of their marches on stone lane steps; the sound of the engines remembered through plate glass while sitting at at pâté de foie" (157).
Hand-made and -illustrated memoir of the author's early childhood in the 1920s and '30s, told in the third person and apparently completed as a school project (the author's age at publication is not specified.)
Two finely-assembled and well-annotated photo albums belonging to Civilian Conservation Corps enrollee Edward McDonald, during his 1937-39 stint in the 108th Company of the CCC at Beartown State Forest Camp, No.
A captivating object, drawn by a child likely between the ages of 8 and 12, the cartoons depict a wide array of midcentury characters including Elmer Fudd, Dick Tracey, Archie (and company), Popeye, and Donald Duck, among many others from comic books, Sunday strips, television, and elsewhere.
Elaborate annual birthday presentations to Florence Gunn for each of her final five birthdays, written by her children and other family members as a lengthy biographical retrospective in humorous verse, illustrated with lively and skillful pen-and-pencil drawings.