All Our Yesterdays: A Century of Family Life in an American Small Town
5 journalers for this copy...
This book looks very interesting, especially for anyone into the history of early American life in a small town in New England.
Journal Entry 2
Guest Bookshelf at The Miner's Wife B&B in Greenwood, British Columbia Canada on Friday, June 13, 2003
I received this in the mail today, it looks fascinating! I really can't wait to read this book :)
Thanks again for sending it minerswifebb!!
This sounded like a really interesting book, but truthfully I found it slightly boring. I ended up just flipping through it and reading bits here and there. The excerpts of letters and other documents were very interesting and fun to read, but the actually story of the family was told in a way that made me feel like I was reading a textbook.
Giving to MaryZee for one of her OBCZ's.
Met Sunshinedreem yesterday for lunch. This was in a bag full of books from her. Perhaps I'll read this one.
Journal Entry 7
Westminster, Maryland USA on Tuesday, June 05, 2018
Sadly, MaryZee passed suddenly in September 2012. MaryZee's daughter is now ready to rehome her mom's books and I was willing to collect and redistribute them to keep her literary legacy alive.
Journal Entry 8
Centreville, Virginia USA on Tuesday, June 19, 2018
From the library of the late MaryZee, a dear friend. 6of8 was kind enough to collect them all and distribute them among BCinDC members. This is one of those books. MaryZee was an avid BookCrosser, so I will be releasing this in her honor.
Journal Entry 9
LFL #5753 (Hessel Blvd) in Champaign, Illinois USA on Sunday, June 24, 2018
Released 2 yrs ago (6/24/2018 UTC) at LFL #5753 (Hessel Blvd) in Champaign, Illinois USA
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Left inside this darling Little Free Library.
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