This is Vanauken's childhood home and the setting for the first spring that the lovers spent as man and wife.
The Grey Goose
This was the name of Vanauken and Davy's dream boat.
This was where Vanauken and Davy lived at Yale.
This tiny apartment in Oxford became a social center.
This was the tiny and sad house where Vanauken and Davy first lived when Vanauken began teaching at Lynchburg College.
This was the name for the basement apartment where Davy spent her last days before going to the hospital.
This was the name for Vanauken and Davy's first boat.
Lewis's Books and Letters
These helped Vanauken and Davy during their examination of the faith.
These were used to communicate ideas and capture moments and moods. Davy kept these with her in the hospital.
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