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Living the Goodwill Burn the Life & Career of George Kessinger

By Kessinger, George

Lifestyles Press, 2010. Book. Fine. Paperback. Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked pages. Secure boxed packaging! Born in poverty in a tarpaper shack in SW Missouri, George Kessinger would become Preident and CEO of one of the world`s larget non-profit companies, the Global Member Serviced Center of Goodwill Industries INternational. His story typifies the work of Goodwill throughout the world -`not charity, but a chance`, assisting millions of individuals with disabilites and disadvantages to self-sufficiency. g4.


An Autobiography

By Stravinsky, Igor

Calder and Boyars, 1975. Book. Very Good. Paperback. Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked text. light general edgewear. Secure packaging! c2.


Lotta Dempsey: The Lady Was a Star

By Fisher, Carolyn, Davis

Toronto: Belsten Publishing, 1995. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Clean tightly bound copy. Unmarked pages.Secure boxed packaging! Authors business card attached via paper clip to ffep. From the back cover."Carolyn Davis Fisher channelled her creative energy for five years--drawing on personal knowledge, interviews, and extensive research--to commit to writing the human aspect in The Lady Was a Star. Readers will gain an insight into the scope of challenges faced by Lotta Dempsey, a trailblazing femaile writer whose search for a story inspires and still beckons. An excellent choice for information on female journalists in Canada, this biography reveals the personal sacrifices and joys of this exceptional writer and interviewer who was welcomed into the male-dominated field of journalism. Lotta's accomplishments were driven by a sincere interest in people, and the satisfaction gained from doing a job well. Dedicated and hardworking, Lotta Dempsey was a journalist of principle who was certain that greater accomplishments for women were yet to come.Recommended for those biography readers who ask, Why do some succeed in life and others fail?" a3.