2 edition of The house of a 1000 candles found in the catalog.
Hinton Theatre, Muskogee, Oklahoma, beginning May 13 [1908?].Title devised by Library staff from cover.Cast: Mr. St. Vrain, Mr. Harper, Mr. Sayles, Mr. Cubine, Mr. North, Mr. Rushaw, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Hilliard, Miss McNutt, Miss Woodward, Miss Robinson.Next week: Olympic Airdome The Heir to the Hoorah.In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).
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|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
Hinton Theatre, Muskogee, Oklahoma, Frank North Co. in The House of a 1000 Candles. File Size: 6MB.
People think there's buried treasure of some sort in the house, but no one can find it. Some of the attitudes expressed in the book are a bit creepy to a more modern sensibility e. I could find several of the authors listed, but not the books listed with them, with one exception. This curious will and the mysterious happenings in the house convince Jack that he has gotten more than he had ever bargained for!
But this letter changed my plans, and the following day I cabled Pickering of my departure and was outward bound on a steamer for New York. foot steps in the walls. can lend them or give them away with impunity. This is not deathless literature, and is obviously dated.
attitudes toward women and "rubes", i. He begins to hear weird sounds, e. And I did enjoy this story, set in a fictional Indiana county, despite the fact that the protagonist -- supposedly a 27-year-old man -- was so immature and bad-tempered that he was often downright unlikeable.
I will definitely be reading more of Nicholson's work soon. The list had little summaries.
A nice little twist at the ending made the book worth wading through, although I have to admit a good deal of skimming here and there when the tale bogged down in its own self-importance. Thank heaven he was only supposedly living in Indiana, and not a Hoosier. Jack Glenarm is a carefree young man and likes to lives his life on his own terms.
that were unintentionally hilarious, although the existence of orders of Anglican nuns is not, as some of the reviewers on this page tend to think, all that unusual, especially in the previous century.
But it's an interesting enough yarn and perfectly fine escapist literature, even if the main character is a bit of an ass.
Best Sellers Rank: 2,821,620 in Kindle Store• He had left a will which gave me his property conditionally, Pickering wrote, and it was necessary for me to return immediately to qualify as legatee.
It won't take you long, but you'll enjoy it.
I was raised in Indiana, and it is not often that a period piece, contemporary in its time, can be found for we, hoosiers.