A first hand account some of this incredible campaign can be found in the War Memoirs of Robert U. Holden.
The St. Ives Mermaid, Poetry by Alan Seaburg, is now available for reading on-line.
Curator of Manuscripts, Emeritus
Harvard Divinity School Library
AN ANNE MINIVER BUTTERFLY TECHNOLOGIUM
“Days like photographic slides—images which flicker for a
few seconds before disappearing, some easier to remember
than others, but then those disappear
PAUL CARNES, BEACON PRESS, THE SELL OFF a new work written by Alan Seaburg, tracing a pivotal point in the history of the Beacon Press.
Poems and contemporary photographs about summers at Ingalls Grove on Highland Lake swimming and fishing with the Seaburg family and their neighbors during the 1930s and the1940s.
A new work Cappucinnos with Maria is available for your reading pleasure.
You have done a magnificent job with Seth Chandler. I knew only a small part about what you so ably recount. I am impressed by the extent of the research material available to you.
Your tribute is a fine addition to Unitarian and Shirley history, and to the worthy who was Seth Chandler.