Love Letters, Lost

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Princeton Architectural Press, Sep 9, 2005 - Antiques & Collectibles - 192 pages
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"My Dear Sweetheart:

There now: have I made myself clear, and do you see between the lines that I love you very dearly and more constantly from day to day? I am going to turn in now and take this to town with me early tomorrow and tonight I will hug you very close to me and love you ever so much, Sweetie dear.

Fondly and affectionately,

Kenton (I do love you dear)"

Love letters. Passionate, sad, ardent, goofy, serious, bittersweet, angry, tragic, frantic, embarrassing, and -- of course -- romantic. We've all written them at one time or another. Some were saved; some were tossed out (the nerve!). "Love Letters, Lost" is a collection of amorous letters whose fates were, alas, scattered to the wind. Salvaged from flea markets, garage sales, swap meets, and Internet auctions by Babbette Hines, author of our best-selling title "Photobooth," they are here paired with vintage photographs of love-struck couples holding hands, laughing, smiling, dancing, and otherwise mugging for the camera.
In this age of generic email cards and text messaging, this beguiling little book reminds us of the simple beauty of an epistolary romance. And just in case you need a little help, Hines has included suggestions from a 1919 booklet on how to write your own letter of love. xoxo""

 

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
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Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
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About the author (2005)

Babbette Hines is a collector of and dealer in vernacular photography. Her gallery Found: Photo is located in Los Angeles.

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