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    Jun022010

    "That's Just Dreadful," cried Penelope

    The unflappable, unstoppable footnoteMaven is at it again with another outstanding issue of Shades of the Departed Magazine, now available through Issuu online publishing service. I am honored to be one of Shades regular columnists and hope you enjoy this month's offering from the pen of Miss Penelope Dreadful.

    In keeping with the monthly theme of "Mothers," Penny Dreadful offers a tale of childish plotting that is all too familiar to parents of any era.

    This issue also features a variety of articles and features on photography, archival practices, research techniques. and more --

    Penelope Dreadful : A Dreadful Scheme by Denise Levenick
    In2Genealogy: Discovering A Wildcatter by Caroline Pointer
    Appealing Subjects: The Many Migrant Mothers by Craig Manson
    The Year Was . . . The Year Was 1919 by Sheri Fenley
    Saving Face: A Rare Book Is Not A Manuscript by Rebecca Fenning
    The Future of Memories: Grandpa’s Letters by Denise Olson
    Features: Let’s Use Our Family Photographs Project Ideas by footnoteMaven
    Smile For The Camera: The Ties That Bind by Terri Kallio
    And if you just can't get enough dreadful tales, catch Penny's past stories at Shades of Penny's Past.

     

     

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