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Larry Saunders

Larry Saunders

Larry Saunders

Larry Saunders

He was born in 1919, back when the only people who dared venture into the wilderness were the explorers and trappers who wanted to study animals. By the time he retired in 2006, Larry Saunders had logged a total of 118,034 man-days in the wilderness, not including his time on the sea ice. He is one of a few handful of people to have done it.

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Dr. Larry Saunders, MD is a Family Medicine Specialist in Naples, FL and has over 44 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Medical College of Virginia medical school in 1977. Be sure to call ahead with Dr. Saunders to book an appointment.5

Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Robert Bonfils; Larry Admire; (illustrator). First Edition. 80 pp. Light rubbing on the corners. The cover features a painting by Robert Bonfils from The Lust Heiress, 1968. This issue contains: The Art and Life of Robert Bonfils by Robert Speray, Lynn Munroe and Robert Bonfils; Men's Adventure Magazines in Postwar America: The Rich Oberg Collection by Max Allen Collins and George Hagenauer; The Devil in Design: The Krampus Postcards by Monte Beauchamp; and Larry Admire - Star of Pulp World by David Saunders; along with the usual features. Size: 4to. Magazine. (Source: www.abebooks.com)

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Dave, born November 12, 1950 was the fourth of five children of Arthur and Mivor (Hedin) Saunders of Parkland, AB. Dave grew up on the family farm east of Parkland and attended school at Parkland and Stavely. He began his career early in life in the mobile home industry working for Klassen Homes of Vulcan and later for Neonex Housing in Calgary as purchasing agent. Dave later became involved with sales which found him opening his own drapery business, and then on to cabinet and flooring sales which he was involved with for many years. He enjoyed the challenges associated with sales and business in general. As a youngster, Dave enjoyed sports including soft ball, pond hockey with friends and family. Being mischievous he kept things lively at home and in school, and he grew with the idea there should always be a humourous side to things and this!

Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. (xx) 474 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; previous owner's name inside. This anthology contains: City Life by Mary Gordon; The Falls by George Saunders; The Talk Talked Between Worms by Lee K. Abbott; On with the Story by John Barth; The Love of a Good Woman by Alice Munro; The Twa Corbies by Carolyn Cooke; Catface by Arthur Bradford; Dancing After Hours by Andre Dubus; The Royal Palms by Matthew Klam; The Lipstick Tree by Kiana Davenport; The Red House by Ian MacMillan; Comfort by Mary Gaitskill; The Balm of Gilead Tree by Robert Morgan; The Final Inning by Thomas Glave; Mermaids by Deborah Eisenberg; The Old Farmhouse and the Dog Wife by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer; The Taxi Ride by Patricia Elam Ruff; Mirrors by Carol Shields; His Chorus by Christine Schutt; and Demonology by Rick Moody. Size: 8vo. Book. (Source: www.abebooks.com)

 

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