Voyage diary and other papers, part 1: Aboard The Onslow, Beneath the Charles Town Docks, An Invitation from Master Gardener Spurge, Governors Guests and Secrecy. The novella also includes two articles never before published: Notes on the Life of Leornian Feldham, Feldham and Talonen Families of The Lanham Colony. 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, Leornian Feldham, Novella & Seymore Wainscott
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By Al R. Young Seymore Wainscott's story is very much about the horizons a person brings to his or her own life; very much about where a person lives in mind and heart regardless of where one's life actually occurs at any particular time. Seymore had his share of hardship, like anyone else, but he was always searching the horizon for whatever he could add to his life, always trying to live in a wider world than the sometimes narrow circumstances in which he found himself. And, like everyone else, Seymore benefitted greatly from those who took an active and beneficent interest in him... Read more »