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The Shelf2Life WWI Memoirs Collection is an engaging set of pre-1923 materials that describe life during the Great War through memoirs, letters and diaries. Poignant personal narratives from soldiers, doctors and nurses on the front lines to munitions workers and land girls on the home front, offer invaluable insight into the sacrifices men and women made for their ...more
Paperback, 334 pages
Published May 28th 2009 by BCR (Bibliographical Center for Research) (first published January 1st 1918)
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Mark Mortensen
May 16, 2015 Mark Mortensen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: wwi, memoir
First, I list a bit of background. I come across World War I literature through various means and avenues. My interest is just as much with WWI as it is with the era of American society, my grandparent’s generation. At times I locate books through intense research, while on other occasions a book just simply surfaces. It was by this latter means that I stumbled upon “Zigzagging” by Isabel Weld Perkins Anderson.

Years ago a friend and former neighbor served on the Board of Trustees for the Larz An
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Isabel Anderson was a Boston-area heiress and author who left a legacy to the public that includes a park and two museums.

Born at 284 Marlborough Street in Boston's Back Bay, on both sides of her family Isabel Weld Perkins was descended from wealthy Boston Brahmin who traced their history back to Massachusetts Bay Colony. Generations of ancestors and relatives on both sides had been educated at Ha
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