June 2019 AAPA Miscellany

June 2019 AAPA Miscellany

The seventh issue of AAPA Miscellany is ready for viewing. The 16 pages include:

The Zadra Family’s Dog, by David Zadra
A Cat Tale, by Carl Kremer
Relic from Nat Turner’s Rebellion, by Peter Schaub
Disquisition Upon My Cat, by Carl Kremer
Spirit, by JoAnn Lindemann
Working at the Nine-18-Thousandths Press, by Lawrence Peterson
The Garden of Earthly Delights, by Edwin Feliu
Griffin, by Clarence Wolfshohl
Christmas Chocolates for Russell Miller, by Delores Miller
An Iconic Mouse, by Carl Kremer
Henry Ford Test Drives the Quadricycle (June 4, 1896) by Clarence Wolfshohl
Headshots of Jasper, by Amii Adams
Poetry by Kent Clair Chamberlain

CLICK HERE  for the June 2019 issue of AAPA Miscellany.

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