The World of the Trapp Family

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Anderson Publications, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages
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Immortalized in "The Sound of Music," the von Trapp Family fled Hitler-invaded Austria to start new lives in America as the Trapp Family Singers. Their dramatic story is updated with information about the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont, where the singers conducted music camps and planned their world concert tours.

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William Anderson is an educator, author and historian of over 25 titles of biography, history and travel. Some of his titles include: M IS FOR MOUNT RUSHMORE, LAURA INGALLS WILDER COUNTRY, RIVER BOY: THE STORY OF MARK TWAIN, A LITTLE HOUSE GUIDEBOOK, V IS FOR VON TRAPP, and THE WORLD OF THE TRAPP FAMILY

David Wade is an award-winning travel and commercial photographer who spent ten years working in Japan. His work has appeared in Time Magazine, Forbes, Travel Holiday, American Express, and numerous other publications. A founder of the Tokyo Photo Workshops, he teaches and exhibits his work in Japan and the United States.

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