Introduction to The Papers of Seymore Wainscott. No advertisements. Full color. Painstakingly illustrated. 24 pages per volume. 8.5 x 11 in. page size (printed on 11 x 17 in. sheets folded and stapled). 28# gloss paper. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Al Young, Book, Novella & Seymore Wainscott
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By Al R. Young This volume introduces The Papers of Seymore Wainscott by taking the reader back, with the author and his wife, to Charlottesville, Virginia in 1979, where Al was enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Virginia. A selection of photographs in the volume shows where they actually lived, even including the appropriately lemon-colored car they actually drove and kept coaxing back to life during their starving-student days. And there really was a used book sale sponsored by the Corcoran Department of History and Al really did purchase a copy of A Compleat History of Europe: or, a View of the Affairs thereof, Civil and Military, for The Year 1710, but from there on, as they say, you're on your own... Read more »