Class of 1967


  • 813.08 M74
    Mondo Barbie
    Publication Year:1993


  • 811.08 OL2
    Old age ain’t for sissies
    Publication Year:1979


  • 808.81 C88
    Cry out : poets protest the war
    Publication Year:2003




  • 813.08 UN3
    Unholy alliances : new women’s fiction
    Publication Year:1988


  • 973.92 D17DE
    Dear Mrs. Kennedy : the world shares its grief : letters, November 1963
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:Contains primary source documents.


  • 813.09 W89
    A World unsuspected : portraits of Southern childhood
    Publication Year:1987
    Summary:Includes sections by Sheila Bosworth, Robb Forman Dew, Barry Hannah, Josephine Humphreys, James Alan McPherson, Bobbie Ann Mason, T.R. Pearson, Padgett Powell, Dave Smith, Ellease Southerland and Al Young.


  • 813.09 P26
    Passion and craft : conversations with notable writers
    Publication Year:1998
    Summary:Includes a chapter by Julia Alvarez, A. A., 1967.










  • 720.92 W93AL
    Alofsin, Anthony
    Frank Lloyd Wright–the lost years, 1910-1922 : a study of influence
    Publication Year:1993




  • TW FICTION AL862FI
    Alvarez, Julia
    Finding miracles
    Publication Year:2004
    Summary:Fifteen-year-old Milly Kaufman is an average American teenager until Pablo, a new student at her school, inspires her to search for her birth family in his native country.


  • TW FICTION AL862H1
    Alvarez, Julia
    How Tía Lola came to visit stay
    Publication Year:2001
    Summary:Although ten-year-old Miguel is at first embarrassed by his colorful aunt, Tia Lola, when she comes to Vermont from the Dominican Republic to stay with his mother, his sister, and him after his parents’ divorce, he learns to love her.


  • YA FICTION AL862B
    Alvarez, Julia
    Before we were free
    Publication Year:2002
    Summary:In the early 1960s in the Dominican Republic, twelve-year-old Anita learns that her family is involved in the underground movement to end the bloody rule of the dictator, General Trujillo.


  • Children’s Collection AL8WH
    Alvarez, Julia
    Where do they go?
    Publication Year:2016
    Summary:Children wonder what happens to their loved ones after death.


  • 818.54 AL862W
    Alvarez, Julia
    A wedding in Haiti : the story of friendship
    Publication Year:2012
    Summary:In this book the author talks about three of her most personal relationships, with her parents, with her husband, and with a young Haitian boy known as Piti. A teenager when she and her husband, Bill, first met him in 2001, Piti crossed the border into the Dominican Republic to find work. Impressed by his courage, charmed by his smile, the author has over the years come to think of him as a son, even promising to be at his wedding someday. When Piti calls in 2009, her promise is tested. To the author, much admired for her ability to lead readers deep inside her native Dominican culture, "Haiti is like a sister I’ve never gotten to know." Here she takes us on a journey into experiences that challenge our way of thinking about history and how it can be reimagined when people from two countries, traditional enemies and strangers, become friends. We follow her across the border into Haiti, once the richest of all the French colonies and now teeters on the edge of the abyss, first for the celebration of a wedding and a year later to find Piti’s loved ones in the devastation of the earthquake. A strong message is packed inside this story, this time about the nature of poverty and of wealth, of human love and of human frailty, of history and of the way we live now.


  • Children’s Collection AL862GI
    Alvarez, Julia
    A gift of gracias : the legend of Altagracia
    Publication Year:2005
    Summary:Maria’s family is almost forced to leave their farm on the new island colony, until a mysterious lady appears in Maria’s dream.


  • Children’s Collection AL8SE
    Alvarez, Julia
    The secret footprints
    Publication Year:2000
    Summary:A story based on Dominican folklore, about the ciguapas, a tribe of beautiful underwater people whose feet are attached backwards, with their toes pointing in the direction from which they have come.


  • TW FICTION AL862H2
    Alvarez, Julia
    How Tía Lola learned to teach
    Publication Year:2010
    Summary:Juanita and Miguel’s great aunt, Tía Lola, comes from the Dominican Republic to help take care of them after their parents divorce, and soon she is so involved in their small Vermont community that when her visa expires, the whole town turns out to support her.


  • TW FICTION AL862H4
    Alvarez, Julia
    How Tía Lola ended up starting over
    Publication Year:2011
    Summary:Worried that Papa Espada cannot find a job, Tía Lola, Juanita, Miguel, and the "Sword" sisters decide to start a bed and breakfast at Colonel Charlebois’s Vermont house.


  • TW FICTION AL862RE
    Alvarez, Julia
    Return to sender
    Publication Year:2009
    Summary:After his family hires migrant Mexican workers to help save their Vermont farm from foreclosure, eleven-year-old Tyler befriends the oldest daughter, but when he discovers they may not be in the country legally, he realizes that real friendship knows no borders.


  • FICTION AL862SA
    Alvarez, Julia
    Saving the world : a novel
    Publication Year:2006


  • FICTION AL862Y
    Alvarez, Julia
    Yo!
    Publication Year:1997


  • FICTION AL862N
    Alvarez, Julia
    In the time of the butterflies
    Publication Year:1994
    Summary:The life and death of three revolutionary sisters in the Dominican Republic, told by a surviving fourth. One by one the Mirabal Sisters, as they were known, join the opposition to the Trujillo dictatorship in the 1950s, suffering imprisonment and torture while their men watch powerless. They are released, then one night their jeep is ambushed. A story based on real events by the author of How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents.


  • FICTION AL862I
    Alvarez, Julia
    In the name of Salomé : a novel
    Publication Year:2000


  • 395.2 AL862O
    Alvarez, Julia
    Once upon a quinceañera : coming of age in the USA
    Publication Year:2007
    Summary:The quinceañera, the fifteenth birthday celebration for a Latina girl, is quickly becoming an American event. This legendary party is a sight to behold: lavish ball gowns, extravagant catered meals, DJs, limousines, and multi-tiered cakes. The must-haves for a "quince" are becoming as numerous and costly as a prom or wedding. And yet, this elaborate ritual also hearkens back to traditions from native countries and communities, offering young Latinas a chance to connect with their heritage. Writer Alvarez explores this celebration that brings a Latina girl into womanhood, attending the quince of a young woman in Queens, and weaving in interviews with other quince girls, her own memories of coming of age as an immigrant, and the history of the custom itself. The result is an enlightening, accessible, and entertaining portrait of contemporary Latino culture.–From publisher description.


  • FICTION AL862HOW
    Alvarez, Julia
    How the García girls lost their accents
    Publication Year:1991
    Summary:In the 1960s, political tension forces the García family away from Santo Domingo and towards the Bronx. The sisters all hit their strides in America, adapting and thriving despite cultural differences, language barriers, and prejudice. But Mami and Papi are more traditional, and they have far more difficulty adjusting to their new country. Making matters worse, the girls–frequently embarrassed by their parents–find ways to rebel against them.


  • TW FICTION AL862H3
    Alvarez, Julia
    How Tía Lola saved the summer
    Publication Year:2011
    Summary:When three girls and their father visit for a week in the summer, it takes Tía Lola to make Miguel forget his unhappiness at the absence of any boys and embrace the adventures that ensue.


  • Sp Col 814 Al8s
    Alvarez, Julia
    Something to declare
    Publication Year:1998


  • 811 AL8OT
    Alvarez, Julia
    The other side = el otro lado
    Publication Year:1995


  • 811 AL86W
    Alvarez, Julia
    The woman I kept to myself : poems
    Publication Year:2004


  • 811 AL8T
    Alvarez, Julia
    The other side = El otro lado
    Publication Year:1995


  • 811 AL8H
    Alvarez, Julia
    Homecoming : poems
    Publication Year:1984


  • FICTION B163D
    Baird, Jonathan
    Day job : a workplace reader for the restless age
    Publication Year:1998


  • 598.2 B22S
    Bancroft, G Thomas
    Studies in neotropical ornithology honoring Ted Parker
    Publication Year:1997


  • 346.046 B727WE
    Braddock, Theda
    Wetlands : an introduction to ecology, the law, and permitting
    Publication Year:1995


  • 004.2 B75IM
    Brown, Paul C
    Implementing SOA : total architecture in practice
    Publication Year:2008


  • 004.2 B75SU
    Brown, Paul C
    Succeeding with SOA : realizing business value through total architecture
    Publication Year:2007


  • 306.76 C62E 2000
    Clunis, D Merilee
    Lesbian couples : a guide to creating healthy relationships
    Publication Year:2000


  • 301.43 C67L
    Coles, Robert
    The old ones of New Mexico
    Publication Year:1973


  • 979.8 C67L
    Coles, Robert
    The last and first Eskimos
    Publication Year:1978


  • 330.97 C73WE 2012
    Collier, Charles W
    Wealth in families
    Publication Year:2012


  • 330.97 C73WE 2006
    Collier, Charles W
    Wealth in families
    Publication Year:2006
    Summary:This book by Harvard’s former senior philanthropic advisor addresses many of the questions of concern to families of wealth, including ways to teach family values through philanthropy.


  • 330.97 C73WE
    Collier, Charles W
    Wealth in families
    Publication Year:2003


  • 346.73 F75WE
    Fowler, Theda Braddock
    Wetlands regulation : case law, interpretation, and commentary
    Publication Year:2003


  • 907.2 G752F
    Grafton, Anthony
    The footnote : a curious history
    Publication Year:1997


  • 972.91 H25ID
    Harris, Alex
    The idea of Cuba
    Publication Year:2007


  • 779.9 H243R
    Harris, Alex
    Red white blue and God bless you : a portrait of Northern New Mexico
    Publication Year:1992


  • 581.6 P44F
    Peterson, Lee
    A field guide to edible wild plants of Eastern and Central North America
    Publication Year:1978


  • 598.2 R289A
    Remsen, James Vanderbeek
    An annotated list of the birds of Bolivia
    Publication Year:1989


  • 598.2 R289C
    Remsen, James Vanderbeek
    Community ecology of neotropical kingfishers
    Publication Year:1991


  • 613.6 SM4P
    Robert P Smith And Stephen D Sears
    Primary Care Essentials: Travel Medicine
    Publication Year:-1


  • 346.73 SA49L
    Samuels, Edward B
    The illustrated story of copyright
    Publication Year:2000


  • ORANGE RIS
    Second Wind Musical Group
    The rising storm
    Publication Year:2000
    Summary:In the spring of 1967, six prep school students from Andover, Massachusetts recorded Calm Before…, cited today as one of the true pinnacles of ’60s garage rock with original copies now fetching over $4000 on the collectors market. Now, 32 years later, all six original members have regrouped and come back strong with nine new striking originals, haunting remakes of Love’s Signed D.C. and Them’s Don’t Look Back, plus additional bonus live tracks culled from their 1981 and 1992 reunions shows. Produced by Arf Arf’s Erik Lindgren and Boston legend Andy Paley (whose 1972 rocker Love Starvation is covered here), Second Wind recaptures the magic and mood of their original prophetic vision. Features biographical 20-page booklet with an in-depth essay by Aram Heller (who also guests on bass). While still at prep school in the mid-’60s, this New England group recorded one of the rarest and most respected garage band albums. This effort was distinguished from many other recordings of the sort not by the respectable covers, but by the beautiful, haunting original folk-rock ballads. –All Music Guide to Rock (1995).


  • 709.04 SQ23
    Soft Gallery
    200 mattresses
    Publication Year:1970


  • FICTION W887T
    Works, John
    Thank you, Queen Isabella
    Publication Year:1986

 

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