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The Carmel I Knew
Easterbrook, Nancy Stilwell
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Harrison Memorial Library
California Revealed from Harrison Memorial Library
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"What was Carmel like in 1934 and 1935? Nancy Stilwell Easterbrook will offer a glimpse of Carmel in the days when the population numbered just 3,000; when Highway One still was being constructed; and when nearly everyone in town turned out for the carnival and fair at Forest Theater over the Labor Day weekend. The Stilwell family's stay in Carmel was brief, interrupted when her father -- General Joseph "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell -- was appointed military attache to China and Siam and the family moved to Peking. Their house at Carmel Point became "home" again just after World War II, but by that time, life in Carmel had changed." (From program description)
Audio cassette
1 Tape of 1
Stilwell, Joseph Warren, 1883-1946
Carmel (Calif.)
Harrison Memorial Library
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