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Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel
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The Red Coffee Can: Poems and Stories of the Unique Spirit of a San Joaquin Valley People

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Unknown Binding, 95 pages
Published January 1st 1974 by Valley Publishers
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Jul 24, 2010 Shelly rated it it was amazing
Book by an author who lived in Tulare and wrote about the moments of everyday life. Her family moved from Oklahoma to California about the same time my grandmother and her family did. Her stories are of interest to me because of her Oklahoma roots and that she writes of placed I know well in the SJ Valley. What a pleasure to read her honest view of daily events, her reflections on hard times, and her insight into the joy each day presented her. I am fairly sure I heard her recite her poetry at ...more
Jul 30, 2010 Joanne rated it it was amazing
An autographed copy of this book is among my prized possessions. Not only did she sign it, she wrote a little poem over her signature:
is the coffee can
did morning flow
liquid amber
drying into afternoon
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