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Author - Nagy
Kim Nagy is an editor, photographer and author. Her books, Dead in Good Company: a Celebration of Mount Auburn Cemetery, co-edited with John Harrison, and , co-authored with John Harrison, are part of the Upton Bell Collection at UMass Lowell Libraries in O'Leary Library, 2nd Floor Special Collections. Star Guy's Great Adventure includes personal inscriptions from the authors. Dead in Good Company includes an inscription from Dave Barnett, president and CEO of Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Inscription - Nagy
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Books - Nagy
Dead in good company : a celebration of Mount Auburn cemetery by
Call Number: QL 684 .M4 D43 2015
Publication Date: 2005
A book of color photographs taken at historic Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dead in Good Company also features short essays written by prominent local writers including Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe; investigative reporter and novelist, Hank Phillipi Ryan; and Upton Bell.
Star Guy’s great adventure : the true story of a salisbury snowy owl by
Call Number: QL 696 .S83 N34 2019
Publication Date: 2019
On a cold, crisp, December night, a lone Snowy Owl navigated the star-studded sky, far from his Arctic origins. The New Hampshire coast gleamed below as dawn lit the countryside. Soon he saw marshes and tidal pools, reminding him of home. Should he take a closer look? He descended and landed on a small island of marsh grass. In the distance he saw a vole scrambling. He took off, swooped down and captured breakfast. He liked this place. Thus began Star Guy’s Great Adventure, in the seaside town of Salisbury, Massachusetts.