Class of 1964


  • 616.2 SI59R
    Respiratory genetics
    Publication Year:2005
    Summary:Brings together current knowledge in the field of respiratory genetics in a single volume for the first time. The book includes a comprehensive introductory section to provide guidance and aid understanding of key basic concepts in respiratory genetics, including statistical methods, sample collection and storage, bioinformatics, and molecular genetics. This is followed by a series of disease-specific chapters which review epidemiology; natural history; monogenic components and complex traits where relevant; disease management, including genetic counseling issues; and likely future developments.




  • 373.1 H53
    The High school revolutionaries
    Publication Year:1970


  • 616.8 K38N
    Neurological and neurosurgical intensive care
    Publication Year:1983


  • Allis, Sam
    A Hero of Two Worlds
    Publication Year:-1


  • 327.68 B543S
    Bissell, Richard E
    Southern Africa in the world : autonomy or interdependence?
    Publication Year:1978


  • 327.68 B543A
    Bissell, Richard E
    Apartheid and international organizations
    Publication Year:1977


  • 976.4092 B963AAC
    Bush, George W
    A charge to keep
    Publication Year:1999


  • 973.928 B96B
    Bush, George W
    41 : a portrait of my father
    Publication Year:2014
    Summary:George W. Bush covers the entire scope of the elder President Bush’s life and career, including his service in the Pacific during World War II, his pioneering work in the Texas oil business, and his political rise as a Congressman, U.S. Representative to China and the United Nations, CIA Director, Vice President, and 41st President of the United States.


  • 973.931092 B963D
    Bush, George W
    Decision points
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:This is the memoir of America’s 43rd president. George W. Bush offers a candid journey through the defining decisions of his life and his presidency.


  • FICTION D9223GO
    Dunne Brady, John M
    The gospel according to Judah
    Publication Year:2002
    Summary:This novel retells the gospel story from the point of view of the disciple Judas. It assumes that he worshiped the great Mother Goddess and was shunned by the more orthodox disciples as a result. It is based in part on sections of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library, and contains new information that was omitted from the traditional gospels.


  • 299.5 D92IN
    Dunne Brady, John M
    Inspirations for your awakening : A new vision of the ancient book of changes
    Publication Year:2004


  • 382.09 G19B
    Garten, Jeffrey E
    The big ten : the big emerging markets and how they will change our lives
    Publication Year:1997
    Summary:The book discusses the United States’ economic and trade relations with the developing countries of Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Turkey, Poland, China, Indonesia, India, South Korea, and South Africa.


  • 303.48 G19C
    Garten, Jeffrey E
    A cold peace : America, Japan, Germany, and the struggle for supremacy
    Publication Year:1992


  • 337 G18F
    Garten, Jeffrey E
    From silk to silicon : the story of globalization through ten extraordinary lives
    Publication Year:2016
    Summary:The story of globalization, the most powerful force in history, as told through the life and times of ten people who changed the world by their singular, spectacular accomplishments. This is the first book to look at the history of globalization through the lens of individuals who did something transformative, as opposed to describing globalization through trends, policies, or particular industries. From Silk to Silicon tells the story of who these men and women were, what they did, how they did it and how their achievements continue to shape our world today.


  • 363.5 G74H
    Grinberg, Donald I
    Housing in The Netherlands 1900-1940
    Publication Year:1982


  • FICTION J6303F
    Johnson, Allan G
    The first thing and the last : a novel
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:In the middle of a horrific night, Katherine Stuart barely escapes being murdered by her abusive husband in the kitchen of their suburban Boston home. In the aftermath of utter loss and devastation, Katherine is sought out by Lucy Dudley, an elderly woman living on a family farm in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, who reads about Katherine in the news and is drawn to her by a closely guarded history of her own. Katherine, unable to bear the accusing eyes of her family, accepts Lucy’s invitation to come to Vermont, setting in motion a deepening relationship between the two women that frames a universal struggle to heal and reclaim what severe trauma takes from people’s lives. The First and the Last is an inspiring, heartbreaking story of the resilience of the human spirit.


  • FICTION J6303N
    Johnson, Allan G
    Nothing left to lose : a novel
    Publication Year:2011
    Summary:"The year is 1968 and the Vietnam War is at its height. William Carson, a World War II veteran teaching in a small New England Prep School, has for more than two decades been haunted by nightmares whose content he has never shared with his wife, Anne, or their two sons, Joshua, a Marine on active duty in Vietnam, and Andrew, an ROTC college senior bound for active duty following graduation. When Joshua is reported missing in combat, the web of secrets and denial that has kept the family together for more than twenty years begins to unravel." — back cover






  • 796.357 M35D
    Marshall, Bob
    Diary of a Yankee-hater
    Publication Year:1981


  • 730.92 M93LO
    Muir, Bryce
    Local myths : stories & sculpture
    Publication Year:2004
    Summary:The carvings in these photographs all stand about two feet tall, and are composed of mixed hardwoods, finished to show their natural colors. The series grew out of a previous exhibition called A Spirit Procession(1996), which was a parade of masked figures carrying symbolic objects. The spirit kept marching on and began to dance. Each piece, as it appeared, mirrored the time of year and the mood of the moment. It became apparent this was a calendrical cycle of carvings. The Cathance Dancers celebrating the seasons. The tales illustrate these carvings. The sculpture came first, and mean many things if they mean anything. The stories were written after all the pieces were finished. They are a different act of imagination set in the same place. If you find the carvings tell you a different story, yourÌ•e right. — From Introduction


  • FICTION SE4842KI
    Seligson, Tom
    King of hearts
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:A former New York City cop and veteran of the Iraq war is called to investigate a homicide, but what begins as a simple case leads to a pursuit of the world’s most wanted man, one of the biggest bank robberies in history, and an international conspiracy leading from the streets of Baghdad to the back rooms of our nation’s Capitol.


  • FICTION SE4842ST
    Seligson, Tom
    Stalking
    Publication Year:1979


  • FICTION SE4842K
    Seligson, Tom
    Kidd
    Publication Year:1983


  • FICTION SE4842D
    Seligson, Tom
    Doubles
    Publication Year:1982


  • 378.73 SM55QU
    Smith, Peter
    The quiet crisis : how higher education is failing America
    Publication Year:2004


  • FICTION ST4835R
    Stevenson, Laura Caroline
    Return in kind
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:When Letty Hendrickson dies, she leaves an enormous bequest to Mather College – but to her husband Joel, she leaves 150 acres in Vermont that he didn’t know she owned. Joel goes to Vermont to sell the property, and discovers not a ski-country investment but the Ward Place: an old farm with a family graveyard and a house that is mysteriously clean and well-kept, in spite of having been empty since 1959. As Joel tries to solve the mystery of the bequest, he is assisted by three women. The first is Helena Woodhouse, who had a 45 year platonic friendship with Letty’s guardian Nathaniel Brantford, the iconic president of Mather College from 1940 to 1977. The second is Charlotte (Charlie) Reynolds, a beautiful teenager whose eager research reveals the long-kept secrets of the Ward Place. And finally, first-hand understanding of the Vermont closed to outsiders is provided by Eleanor Randall Klimowski, a scholar who has been fired from her teaching job because of her increasing deafness, and who is now cleaning houses to support herself. What emerges is a tale of romance, misplaced pride, and unendurable sorrow – and Joel’s realization that the bequest was a twisted but genuine act of love.


  • 973.931 B963P 2001
    United States
    Public papers of the Presidents of the United States, George W. Bush : 2001-
    Publication Year:2003
    Summary:Contains primary source material.

 

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