THE WORLD WAS DIFFERENT THEN...Carolyn Lockwood Nordahl, the "Susie" of these stories, shows that warm and loving homes were the primary goals of most women in the 1950s, and the contented family unit was their ultimate aim. Values to enhance a lifetime were the result...
This book captures such memories, as experienced by one young girl in her growing up years in Florence, Oregon, and encourages readers to create their own warm experiences to pass on to future generations. Full of succulent recipes, this book is a practical addition to any kitchen, as well as an inspiring visit to a bygone era.
|Publisher:||Port Hole Publications|
|Product dimensions:||7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.21(d)|
About the Author
Carolyn has been a graphic artist and page designer for Florence’s Siuslaw News for 35 years. She is a cover designer for Port Hole Publications.
Carolyn owns Echo Graphics, where she does composition and graphic arts for both off-set and web press operations. She is also the Editor/Publisher for the Siuslaw Alumni Association Newsletter.