Life in the City, 1900:
In Ike's Words
At Ease: Stories I Tell to Friends
"Civic pride, in many American towns of the period . . ."
"Almost as a reaction to the violent earlier days . . ."
"The schools were three in number; churches abounded."
"Physical work was done by almost every male . . ."
"From time to time we heard about the wandering . . ."
Letters from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Everett "Swede" Hazlett