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Audrey and Bill

Author : Edward Z. Epstein
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Here for the first time is the complete, captivating story of an on-set romance that turned into a lifelong love story between silver screen legends Audrey Hepburn and William Holden. In 1954, Hepburn and Holden were America's sweethearts. Both won Oscars that year and together they filmed Sabrina, a now-iconic film that continues to inspire the worlds of film and fashion. Audrey & Bill tells the stories of both stars, from before they met to their electrifying first encounter when they began making Sabrina. The love affair that sparked on-set was relatively short-lived, but was a turning point in the lives of both stars. Audrey & Bill follows both Hepburn and Holden as their lives crisscrossed through to the end, providing an inside look at the Hollywood of the 1950s, '60s, and beyond. Through in-depth research and interviews with former friends, co-stars, and studio workers, Audrey & Bill author Edward Z. Epstein sheds new light on the stars and the fascinating times in which they lived.

William Holden

Author : Michelangelo Capua
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William Holden was a Hollywood star whose career spanned four decades, more than 70 films and three Academy Award nominations. “Golden Holden” won an Oscar for his role in Stalag 17 and, after films like Sunset Blvd., he became one of Hollywood’s most powerful stars in the late 1950s. His personal life included international adventures and romances with such stars as Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, yet he suffered from alcoholism and clinical depression. This biography covers his entire life and career, from boyhood through his greatest successes, short decline, re-emergence in The Wild Bunch, and his legacy of support for African wildlife.

Harper s Bazaar

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McCall s

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The American Mercury

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Maryland Reports

Author : Maryland. Court of Appeals
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Life

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The Playbill Broadway Yearbook

Author : Robert Viagas
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Martin Mere

Author : W. G. Hale
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Martin Mere is best known as an extremely beautiful nature reserve located in Lancashire and maintained by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. A History of Martin Mere reveals the fascinating origins of this particular part of Britain. Martin Mere was the largest lake in England when it was proposed by Thomas Fleetwood in 1700 that it should be drained and converted to dry land. A History of Martin Mere records the history of this area from the ice age to the present day, Coney and Hale examine in detail the consequences of Thomas Fleetwood's actions in particular the social and economic effects on the surrounding community and the Lake District, as well as the dramatic transformation of the environment and wildlife. The book contains over 40 illustrations covering amazing variety of birdlife, views of Martin Mere and the original plans for the drainage of the area. A History of Martin Mere provides a comprehensive and fascinating history of one North West England's most striking areas of natural beauty and will be essential reading for the natural historian and tourist alike.

Letters and Papers of the Verney Family Down to the End of the Year 1639

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American Muse

Author : Joseph Polisi
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The life and accomplishment of this composer and devoted supporter of the arts is presented in a richly illustrated biography, providing a look at his music, his inspirations, and his respected career as president of the Julliard School and the Lincoln Center.

Wimberly Family History

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William Wimberly (1805-1860) married Lucy Smith Lawson, and moved to Louisiana from Georgia in 1837. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived chiefly in Louisiana, and also in England, Texas, California, Utah, Mississippi, New Mexico and elsewhere.

Fly a Rebel Flag

Author : Audrey Johnson
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The Works of William Shakespeare

Author : William Shakespeare
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The Works of William Shakespeare Complete Accurately Printed from the Text of the Corrected Copy Left by the Late G Steevens Esq With a Memoir by A Chalmers With Portrait and Illustrations

Author : William Shakespeare
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The Weathersfield Weekly

Author : Edith Fisher Hunter
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Lyceum

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Original poetry, short fiction, drama, photography and artwork submitted by students, alumni, faculty and staff of the University of Michigan--Dearborn.

Good Housekeeping

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Heath Reading

Author : Donna E. Alvermann
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The Gi Bill 1946 1951

Author : Audrey Syse Fahlberg
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When World War II ended, the GI Bill became available to veterans interested in university in order to further their careers. The University of Wisconsin needed housing for married students. Badger became available as war workers (of the closed munitions plant across Highway 12) left Badger for work elsewhere. The university took control of Badger, thirty-five miles from the Madison campus, and named the area Badger Village. Our family, one of the first to arrive, tells this story of the GI Bill at Badger Village University of Wisconsin.