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Originally published in 1914. This book is the fifth published version of Mr. Henry Allen Laine's book, FOOT PRINTS. This version contains the previous version set of poems, in addition to two new poems, titled, "Our President" and, "Some People's Ways". The book is dedicated to all of his children Helen, Anna, Madeline, Henrietta, Clara, Sarah, Mary, Kelly, and Tommie. This book is dedicated to the legacy that Mr. Henry Allen Laine left, and his belief in God, his support of family, and his passion for truth. He was an inspiration to all that knew him, and created a desire in his children, and all he met, to do their best. Mr. Laine led by example, and his book Foot Prints, chronicles segments of his life, and those that he admired. One can catch a glimpse of Mr. Laine reading the poems, and reflecting on how much of what he wrote about many years ago, is as revelant to day as it was then. Enjoy.
Poems; 67 pages. "From the author of The View from Down Here comes an enlightening new full-length collection of poems about the challenges of living with Friedrich's Ataxia. From the difficulties of coping with isolation to the joys of spending time with family and friends, Jude Lally has captured a wide spectrum of emotion in these brilliant poems." - Summary from publisher's website
Poems and Artist book; 92 pages. Contains 41 poems, with 43 color illustrations by Ms. Lampton. "An edition of 275 is individually and uniquely hand wrapped ... A special limited edition of 25, is encased, loose leaf, in an artist-made wooden box, from fallen trees at Tirbracken Farm. This very special edition also includes an original watercolor drawing ..." Accompanying publication announcement. Edition limited to 300 copies, designed by Julius Friedman, handbound by Friedman and Lampton. Regular edition, with unbound leaves laid in a pictorial paper cover; tied with wide blue ribbon, encircled with a leather strip fastened with a twig; laid in a green cardboard box.
Poems; 38 pages. "This book was handset in Cloister Lightface type, printed on a hand-fed C & P, then handbound. 400 copies were printed on Mohawk Superfine paper and a special edition of 45 copies was printed on Zerkall paper and bound using papers marbeled by Debbie Shannon. ... Design, composition, printing and binding by Leslie Shane and Gray Zeitz at Larkspur Press"--Colophon."
Poems; 135 pages. "In this first-of-its-kind collection of nonfiction, poetry, art and photography 100 years in the making, Nana Lampton combines the journal entries of her grandfather--a World War I cavalryman uncertain about the future the war holds, yet ready to play his part--with her own poetry inspired by his writing."--Cf. Publisher's website.
Exhibition catalog; 39 pages. Catalog of an exhibition held at 849 Gallery, Oct. 5, 2018-Jan. 18, 2019. Texts by Dianne Aprile, Owsley Brown III, Nana Lampton, Maureen Morehead, Paul M. Pearson, Al Shands, and Frederick Smock. Art by Steve Armstrong, Laura Lee Brown, Carlos Gamez de Francisco, Vallorie Henderson, Diane Kahlo, Joe McGee, and Thomas Pfannerstill