E.B. White's farm
This home of the author was located in the village of North Brooklin in Maine.
This state is the most northeastern point of the United States bordering on the Atlantic Ocean.
White read some of these which were sent by publishers to his wife for review.
White raised these animals on his farm and doted on them.
Motion Picture magazine
White was isolated in his village but kept abreast of the film industry by reading this periodical.
White raised these animals on his farm and became emotionally and physically involved with their grazing and birthing routines.
The Rural New Yorker
White looked forward to reading this periodical each month even though he knew he should probably subscribe to the New England Homestead.
This book by Adolf Hitler is part autobiography and part political ideologies.
The Wave of the Future
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