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    • 65081802-Robert Manry in Falmouth, England

    • Manry, Robert N.; Falmouth, England; Tinkerbelle; Sailing; Sailboats; Small boats
    • UPI CABLEPHOTO--NEW YORK BUREAU--"A BOYS' HERO--FALMOUTH, ENGLAND: Robert Manry, who completed a solo voyage across the Atlantic August 17th, is closely followed by a group of Falmouth boys August 18th as he takes a walk through this port town. ...
    • Finnish Cultural Garden

    • Cultural Gardens; Finnish Cultural Garden; Rockefeller Park; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "October Afternoon: Golden Glory in still and lonely groves of frost-tinted trees across the city drape the last days of autumn with peace and dignity. There's still a touch of warmth in the sunshine and no trace yet of the blustering winds to...
    • Night of the Iguana

    • Theatrical productions; Night of the Iguana
    • Photo of Carol Bates as Hannah, a lonely spinster who sketches portraits for a living, and Jim Flowers who plays Nanno, her grandfather who is working on his last and greatest poem, in Cleveland State University's 1984 production of "Night of the...
    • Night of the Iguana

    • Theatrical productions; Night of the Iguana
    • Photo of Carol Bates playing Hannah Jelkes, the lonely spinster who sketches portraits for a living, and Jim Flowers who has the role of Hannah's grandfather, Nonno, who is working on his last and greatest poem in Cleveland State University's 1984...
    • The Glass Menagerie

    • Theatrical productions; The Glass Menagerie
    • Photo of Jim, the gentleman caller, (T. J.Moran) bringing a brief moment of happiness to the lonely and shy Laura (Melanie Boeman) as he gives her her first kiss in Cleveland State University's 1984 production of "The Glass Menagerie."
    • Tomb stone as a lonely charm

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poetry; Poets; Tomb stone as a lonely charm; The Runcible Spoon; Small Presses
    • Tomb stone as a lonely charm: a poem. d. a. levy. Sacramento, Calif., The Runcible Spoon, 1967-68.

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