Ohio Town

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Harper & Row, 1984 - History - 309 pages
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Helen Hooven Santmyer's tribute to her hometown of Xenia, Ohio, is even more valuable in light of the 1974 tornado that destroyed much of the community. But its life and history are preserved in Ohio Town, now available in paperback. More than 20 illustrations, included for the first time in this edition, enhance the text.

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Review: Ohio Town: A Portrait of Xenia, Ohio

User Review  - Bev - Goodreads

Pretty dry. I had a hard time following the descriptions of houses, streets, etc. But it's a good reference for small town Americana so I'll probably keep it around. Read full review

Review: Ohio Town: A Portrait of Xenia, Ohio

User Review  - Alison - Goodreads

I'm very torn on this book. At first I could not put it down but I quickly got bored. It was initially fascinating because it was such a detailed accounting of what a small-ish Ohio town was like 50 ... Read full review

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Ohio Town (book by Santmyer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
The article focuses on the cabinetwork of kraftmaid Cabinetry Inc. From its manufacturing headquarters in the rural, Northeast Ohio town, Kraft-Maid ...
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WOSU Presents Ohioana Authors | Helen Hooven Santmyer
Although it depicts the fictional Ohio town of Waynesboro (based on Xenia), … ... Santmyer’s personal memoir, Ohio Town, was published in 1962. ...
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Ohio Reading Road Trip | Helen Hooven Santmyer Biography
With encouragement from close friend, travel companion, and housemate, Mildred Sandoe, Santmyer submitted Ohio Town for publication in 1963. ...
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Helen Hooven Santmyer Criticism
Ohio Town (1962) is a collection of essays recalling the sights and sounds of ... And Ladies of the Club,” Santmyer's other works, particularly Ohio Town, ...
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Ohio Center for the Book at Cleveland Public Library : Ohio ...
Set in a fictitious Ohio town, the seemingly gothic story featured three cloistered women who ostracized themselves from their community by dwelling, ...
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IN SHORT - New York Times
Xenia, Miss Santmyer's hometown, is also the setting of ''Ohio Town,'' a rich but sometimes ... While ''Ohio Town'' captures the textures of a bygone era, ...
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Ronald E. Shields and Allen N. Kepke - Prolegomenon to Gallery ...
However, in the production of Ohio Town, the audience and performers assumed a ... The environmental design of Ohio Town self-consciously and deliberately ...
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The Story of Georgetown District in Madison, Indiana Summary
Helen Hooven Santmyer, Ohio Town, New York: Harper & Row, 1956, 29-31. 2. Donald Zimmer, Madison, Indiana, 1811-1860: A Study of Process of City Building. ...
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Chapter 9 - Escagraph
In Ohio Town, Helen Hooven Santmyer [7] tells of street peddlers who hawked their .... Santmyer, Helen Hooven 1962 Ohio Town (New York: Harper and Row). ...
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Helen Santmeyer’s memoir, Ohio Town, includes an ... Helen Hooven Santmyer, Ohio Town (Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1997). ...
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