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Fri Mar 21 17:12:54 2014 UTClccn-nr20020354600.00"The Eternal city" act '1', scene '2', Viola Allen, Edward Morgan0.170.27Window maker /61484092nr20020354605881787lccn-n2001093533Nauvoo Temple (Nauvoo, Ill. : 2002- )lccn-n98090452Byron Company (New York, N.Y.)phtlccn-n85046477Allen, Viola1867-1948lccn-no2008167922De Belleville, Frederic1857-1923lccn-no2008167918Morgan, Edward1871-1906lccn-no2007105884Allen, C. Leslie(Charles Leslie)1830-1917lccn-no2009002147Holland, Edmund Milton1848-1913Allen, Charles W.1942-HistoryAllen, Charles W.,Nauvoo Temple (Nauvoo, Ill. : 2002- )GlaziersIllinois--NauvooWoodworkersWindowsAllen, Viola,PerformancesActorsDeath--Religious aspects--Mormon ChurchFamilies of the terminally illParents of terminally ill childrenChildren--DeathChildren--Death--Religious aspectsCystic fibrosis in childrenTerminally ill parentsTerminally ill children--Family relationshipsTerminal careMormons--Conduct of lifeFamiliesPilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)19422002200620071488974.40211ocn423373212visuByron Company (New York, N.Y.)"The Eternal city" act '1', scene '2', Viola Allen, Edward Morgan11ocn423385774visuByron Company (New York, N.Y.)"The Eternal city" act '3', scene, Viola Allen, E.M. Holland, C. Leslie Allen11ocn423385769visuByron Company (New York, N.Y.)"The Eternal city" act '1', scene '2', Frederic de Belleville, Viola Allen11ocn423385336visuByron Company (New York, N.Y.)"The Eternal city" act (2), Frederic de Belleville, Viola Allen11ocn423373226visuByron Company (New York, N.Y.)"The Eternal city" act '1', scene '1', Frederic de Belleville, Viola Allen01ocn496815515book2007Allen, Charles WOut of captivityHistoryThis book "tells us of the Reformation in Europe-- especially as it relates to England-- including the Pilgrims' quest for religious freedom and the Puritans' desire to follow Christ. The story of sacrifice is a saga of courage amid centuries of religious upheaval. It is a story filled with timeless examples of the love of God, even during the darkest time of the Dark Ages, all in preparation for the restoration of the gospel in the latter days. The details of each character portrayed in Out of Captivity create a unique story that is a must reading for patriotic Latter-day Saints"--Publisher's description71ocn050588786book20020.27Allen, Charles WWindow makerDiariesThis book was written by Nauvoo Temple window and door maker, Charles W. Allen. It quotes directly from his personal journal that he kept daily during the project. It describes overwhelming responsibilities associated with the invitation to build the temple windows and front doors. It shares a few personal experiences that the author had over his lifetime to be ready to accept the challenge. It relates how others were prepared and available to do the work with him21ocn811730973book20060.23Allen, Charles WThe gift : a true story of life, death, and trust"I wrote The gift: a true story of life, death, and trust, to share with the reader the experiences I had for more than four decades as a husband and father to a medically challenged family. During this time, half of my family, which consisted of my wife and six children, were taken in death."--PrefFri Mar 21 15:59:26 EDT 2014batch5537