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4374Re: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Relationship of Lorraine Terhune Stevens with Blanding

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  • Heidi Wright
    Jul 5, 2008
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      Bob thats great. my two favorites from the book is the piece that he starts the book with Vagabonds House and then one later in the book called Baby Street.
      Powells is great, I have found many of his books there. I also enjoy the book Joy is an Inside Job.
      But on the other hand I have yet to find a book of his I do not like, I enjoy his writting style. 
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      From: Bob M <goldfest@...>
      To: aloha-donblanding@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, July 5, 2008 10:49:16 AM
      Subject: Re: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Relationship of Lorraine Terhune Stevens with Blanding

      Thanks Heidi for the advice on a book to start on Blanding.  I did go to Powells and they had one hardcover with dustcover of Vagabonds House,  for $7.50 plus $3.98 s&h.   I figured I better grab it.  So now when it gets here I will have one Don Blanding book.  : )
      Bob M

      --- On Sat, 7/5/08, heidiwrigh <heidiwrigh@yahoo. com> wrote:

      From: heidiwrigh <heidiwrigh@yahoo. com>
      Subject: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Relationship of Lorraine Terhune Stevens with Blanding
      To: aloha-donblanding@ yahoogroups. com
      Date: Saturday, July 5, 2008, 11:27 AM

      Hello and greetings. Powells Bookstore in Portland has a lot of his
      work in stock and they have a website that you can order off of.

      http://www.powells com/

      My favorite book is the one that I believe made him famous, Vagabonds
      House but any of them are great. I have never read one I have not

      Good luck with your search.


      --- In aloha-donblanding@ yahoogroups. com, Bob M <goldfest@.. .> wrote:
      > Hello to the members. 
      > I am new to the work of Don Blanding, but certainly his poetry is
      extremely good.  That is obvious on first sight. 
      > I look forward to learning from being in this Group. 
      > I wanted to ask if anyone had any information on the relationship
      Don Blanding had with Lorraine Terhune Stevens.  Is there somewhere
      that covers this.  Lorraine was the only daughter of writer of
      Sunnybank collies Albert Payson Terhune.  She lived in New York City
      and was more or less in the bohemian community, and knew Blanding. 
      She was a writer for movie magazines, and probably this is how she
      came in contact with Blanding.  I know nothing more than this. 
      > And would anyone care to comment on where to start with Don
      Blanding for a new comer to him, which book to start with, etc.  And
      source for his books.  And is there anywhere on the Internet that is
      good for him, that someone can recommend?
      > Thank you,
      > BobM
      > goldfest@...
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