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This Must be the Place- Memoirs of Jimmie the Barman as Told to Morrill Cody, Cody, Morrill
1 Cody, Morrill This Must be the Place- Memoirs of Jimmie the Barman as Told to Morrill Cody
New York Lee Furman 1937 First Thus Hardcover Very Good Very Good Jacket 
Introduction by Ernest Hemingway. Blue cloth covered boards. Mild bumping to corners. Some fading to boards. Titles in silver on spine. Dust jacket is completely intact with small chips and tears to edges and some scuffing to spine. Flap shows original $3.00. First U.S. Edition. Some tanning and foxing to several pages. Wonderful black and white photos. This book recalls life on the Left Bank of Paris after the war, at a gathering place in Montparnasse and the its most famous bartender Jimmie Charters. 320 pages including index. See photo of my copy. Photos available upon request. Proud member IOBA- Independent Online Booksellers Association.Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 305.60 USD
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Memories of Sotterley, Knott, Richard and Shawn
2 Knott, Richard and Shawn Memories of Sotterley
Maryland Richard Knott 2003 0615562949 / 9780615562940 Oversized softcover Brand new 
Memories of Sotterley, written by Richard Knott and his grandson Shawn Knott, is a rare collection of history and personal stories regarding Sotterley Plantation, from one who lived and worked there. Memories of Sotterley takes the reader back in time documenting the families that worked the farm, building construction of houses, barns and buildings at Sotterley through the 20th century from a personal perspective. It also covers Sotterley ownership, the workers that made it all happen, and much more. Loaded with rare photographs and stories, Memories of Sotterley offers a one-of-a-kind perspective of Sotterley that no other publication has ever done. 
Price: 28.95 USD
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Surviving Anzio- Living in Nazi Italy 1943 and Beyond, Sonia Di Tommaso Cucinotta
3 Sonia Di Tommaso Cucinotta Surviving Anzio- Living in Nazi Italy 1943 and Beyond
Bennington Vermont Merriam Press 2015 1576384144 / 9781576384145 First Paperback New 
The autobiography of a young Italian woman as she experiences the hardship and horrors of war and the Nazi occupation of her country. Living with her family in Ardea, located near Anzio, she survives the Allied landings there and the battles that followed as the Allies finally pushed northward to Rome. Accounts by civilians of the war as it affected Italy and her people, are rare. Sonia eventually came to the U.S. after the war and has made a life for her and her family in her new country. Contents Cherchio, Abruzzo, Italy, 1899 Guagnano, Province of Lecce on the Adriatic Sea, 1894 Abruzzo, 1920 Cognac, France, 1931 Avezzano, Italy, 1939 Rome, 1944 Tre Cannelle, Italy Sezze Romano, 1948 America, 1955 Florida and Maryland, 2011 45 photos 
Price: 12.95 USD
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