Alexander Graham Bell and others at ground breaking for the Volta Bureau building in Washington, D.C. (detail):
among those present are, in the front row from left: Elsie May Bell, Annie Sullivan, Helen Keller, and Marion "Daisy" Bell-
Why Some Deaf People Hold AGB in Contempt
still here 10:33
Portraits of African American ex-slaves
from the U.S. Works Progress Administration,
Federal Writers' Project slave narratives collections
Library of Congress
Betty Powers, ex-slave, Ft. Worth Texas September 14, 1937previous citation here, here
Patsy Moses, ex-slave, Waco Texas November 15, 1937
Ellen Polk, ex-slave
Virginia Newman, ex-slave, Beaumont Texas June 11, 1937
still here 18:14
then nothing for more than 100 pages then
then, in Nochecita, in the scene with Reef and the schoolmarm Linnet Dawes
plagal (first misremembered as pagil)
there are two typographical errors, symmetrically positioned, on facing pages, so that they meet in the closed book, somewhere in the first 40 pages of the hard-cover US Penguin edition; another, an instance of word redundancy, around p.200 - but that low an incidental frequency is outside our present scope of interest.
Favorite phrase in the book so far:
flesh-eating sheep sailed over the fence between dreams and the day
still here 10:28
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