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The Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

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The Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester by John Wilmot comte de Rochester,John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester,John Wilmot Earl of Rochester “II=2.”,John Wilmot Earl of Rochester,John Wilmot of Rochester,Earl of Rochest JohnWilmot Staff Book Resume:

John Wilmot, second Earl of Rochester (1647-80), was a leading member of the group of `court wits' surrounding Charles II. In this edition, Harold Love, one of the leading scholars of seventeenth-century manuscript circulation, presents a scholarly text based on detailed examination of the manuscripts, with full textual and explanatory notes.

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Rochester by Marianne Thormählen,Marianne Thorm Hlen Book Resume:

A major new study of the notorious Restoration rake-poet, set in his intellectual context.

African-American Who's Who, Past & Present, Greater Rochester Area

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African-American Who's Who, Past & Present, Greater Rochester Area by Mike F. Molaire Book Resume:

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Rochester

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Rochester by Donovan A. Shilling Book Resume:

Contemporary illustrations of Rochester, N.Y., chiefly from about 1880 to about 1950, picturing the city's industries and their products, and how the workers spent some of their leisure time.

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Rochester by Judith Hartley MacKinnon Book Resume:

Rochester is a charming country town located inland from two of Buzzards Bay's most beautiful seaport towns, Marion and Mattapoisett, which were once part of Rochester. This book looks at the landscape, people, and buildings from Rochester center to Bizbee's Corner in North Rochester. Images include Leonard's Farm, which was transformed by the Leonard family and then by the Hiller family into today's Eastover Farm. Rochester's industry is examined, including a look at the only two sawmills to survive into the twentieth century, owned by the Rounsville and Hartley families. Through vintage images culled from the archives of the Rochester Historical Society, Rochester will delight readers with rare images of this oasis that continues to maintain a quiet, rural atmosphere.

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Rochester by Alan Calavano Book Resume:

Rochester has grown and changed incredibly since it was chartered as a city in 1858. Many of the places depicted in this book either no longer exist or have changed significantly. Despite these changes, Rochester retains its small-town welcomeness. Using vintage postcards, this book tells the story of the development of a remarkable community. Whether readers have lived in Rochester all of their lives or are first-time visitors, this book is a fascinating look back into a unique history.

200 Years of Rochester Architecture and Gardens

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200 Years of Rochester Architecture and Gardens by Richard O. Reisem Book Resume:

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Rochester On the Genesee

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Rochester On the Genesee by Blake McKelvey Book Resume:

Blake McKelvey has updated this new edition on Rochester at 150 years old, adding fresh material about its changing economy, rejuvenated downtown, and current housing and educational programs. He also includes informed and thought-provoking projections about the city's future.

Baseball in Rochester

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Baseball in Rochester by Scott Pitoniak Book Resume:

Few cities can boast of a longer or richer baseball tradition than Rochester, New York. The game's roots in the Flower City can be traced to the early nineteenth century, when a primitive form of baseball was being played on Mumford's Meadow near the Genesee River. Since that time, some of the greatest names in baseball history, including Stan Musial and Cal Ripken Jr., have honed their skills in Rochester. Their exploits, along with those of numerous others, are documented with rare photographs in Baseball in Rochester. Through the years, nineteen people with local ties have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The Red Wings have won ten Governors' Cups-more than any other International League team-and Rochester has been designated Baseball City, U.S.A., by Baseball America magazine. Baseball in Rochester chronicles not only the superstars but also the quirky characters and moments that make the minor leagues so appealing.

Hockey in Rochester

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Hockey in Rochester by Blaise M. Lamphier Book Resume:

Rochester, New York, emerged courageously with its first professional hockey team in the fall of 1935: the Rochester Cardinals. However, the venture was short-lived due to the financial strain of the Great Depression. Finally, in 1956, thanks to local visionaries such as Sam Toth and Ed House, Rochester became home to the Americans. The "Amerks" began a legacy of greatness from their inception as a joint affiliate of the legendary Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs. This volume is a salute to those who have shaped Rochester's hockey history for more than thirty-seven hundred games.

Rochester Carburetors

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Rochester Carburetors by Doug Roe Book Resume:

Explains how a carburetor works, looks at past and present designs, and offers practical advice on installing or working on a carburetor

Rochester Cathedral, 604-1540

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Rochester Cathedral, 604-1540 by John Philip McAleer Book Resume:

The study also takes into account the extensive body of literature that has developed since Hope's study, on the Anglo-Saxon, Romanesque, and Gothic periods in Britain."--BOOK JACKET.

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Rochester by Shirley Willard Book Resume:

The county seat of Fulton County, Rochester is a small rural town in north-central Indiana. Its history includes many famous people. Despite the mistaken trivia game answer, Elmo Lincoln, the first Tarzan in 1918, was born in Rochester, Indiana, not New York. And John Chamberlain, famous modern sculptor, was born here too. Clyde Beatty, wild animal trainer extraordinaire, lived here while the Cole Brothers-Clyde Beatty Circus had its winter quarters in Rochester in the 1930s. For a community with such a small population, Rochester has harbored more than its share of famous people.

Fortress Rochester

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Fortress Rochester by Frank G. Soltis Book Resume:

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Rochester's Downtown Architecture, 1950-1975

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Rochester's Downtown Architecture, 1950-1975 by Daniel J. Palmer Book Resume:

Rochester is an interesting and sometimes perplexing mixture of densely packed, ornamental-19th-century buildings and monumentally scaled and architecturally stark projects of the modern era, and a guide to the city tells the story of the peak years of change to downtown Rochester's architecture. Original.

Rochester's Historic East Avenue District

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Rochester's Historic East Avenue District by Michael Leavy Book Resume:

American cities and towns have always prided themselves on their grand avenues. The social elite and industrial captains often transformed normal thoroughfares into magnificent promenades lined with mansions to showcase their wealth. Post-Civil War America experienced a burst of this activity, but Rochester, America's first true boomtown, had already set its sights on a grand avenue as early as 1840. The nouveau riche were anxious to establish a prestigious social colony befitting their stature. Using local and national architects, landscapers, and craftsmen, they transformed East Avenue from a crudely hacked pioneer lane into one of the grandest approaches to any city in the world. Although somewhat altered, it is still Rochester's most beautiful street and remains one of Monroe County's most spectacular features.

Southeast Rochester

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Southeast Rochester by Rose O'Keefe Book Resume:

Southeast Rochester provides an overview of the neighborhoods that exploded with the development of the Erie Canal from the 1820s to the 1890s. The early South Avenue District stretched from the original canal and the Genesee River to the ancient glacial hills once called the Pinnacle Range. Noteworthy sites include Mount Hope Cemetery, the nation's first municipal cemetery and final resting place for the Frederick Douglass family and the Susan B. Anthony family; Highland Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted; the University of Rochester; and Colgate Divinity School.

Reading Rochester

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Reading Rochester by Edward Burns Book Resume:

A collection of new essays exploring all aspects of one of the most intriguing and controversial English poets, the seventeenth-century libertine the Earl of Rochester. Different sections focus on sexual politics, on the poetry of intellect, and on Rochester and his contemporaries. The aim of the book is to read Rochester and to open up the poems to further reading. Rochester's personal notoriety is in a complex relationship to his writing and to the personality he created for himself through that writing. These essays offer a fresh reassessment of the range and quality of a writer only recently widely available, who is currently becoming visible as one of the great writers of his century.