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Lawrence Thornton - Works
2004 Tales from the Blue Archives, Doubleday 1997 Naming the Spirits, Doubleday 1995 Ghost Woman, Ticknor Fields 1992 Under the Gypsy Moon, Doubleday 1990 Imagining ...
Doubleday - People
... Abner Doubleday Frank Nelson Doubleday Edward Doubleday Henry Doubleday (1808-1875) Henry Doubleday (1810-1902) Nelson Doubleday Nelson Doubleday, Jr ... Portia Doubleday Russell Doubleday ...
Lawrence Solomon - Published Works
... Solomon's books include The Conserver Solution (Doubleday, 1978 ISBN 978-0-385-14533-6) Energy shock After the oil runs out (Doubleday, 1980 ISBN 978-0-385-17161-8) Breaking up ...
Jack Doubleday
... Jack Lindsay Doubleday (28 May 1890 – 30 October 1918) was an Australian rules footballer who played with University and Melbourne in the Victorian Football League ... A dentist, Doubleday enrolled in the Australian Army Medical Corps, but he died of influenza on his way to the Western Front in 1918, and was buried at sea ...
Lee J. Ames - Written By Ames
... Garden City, NY Doubleday, 1982 ... Garden City, NY Doubleday, 1977 ... New York Doubleday, 1998 ...

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    Marita Golden, educator, author. Saving Our Sons, p. 188, Doubleday (1995)