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Fabulous Opal Whiteley

by Elbert Bede

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Binford & Mort Publishing .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL8187523M
    ISBN 100832303607
    ISBN 109780832303609

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The author, a reporter, starts out the book acting as though he supports Opal, appreciates her, and likes her. It doesn't take The longest pages I've read in some time. First of all, he should have titled it Fantastic Opal Whiteley, since clearly she is not so much fab as fantasy to him/5.

Fabulous Opal Whiteley From Logging Camp to Princess of India by Bede, Elbert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In Marchthe Atlantic Monthly ran the first of six excerpts from the diary of Opal Whiteley, apparently written when she was six or seven years old.

Atlantic published the diary as a book in August, and it became a bestseller. The Story of Opal, Journal of an Understanding Heart, which recounts Whiteley’s life in Oregon timber towns, delighted readers with its childhood innocence.

This book about Opal Whiteley is badly-written and poorly-researched, despite the author having been a small town newspaper reporter. Elbert Bede knew Opal in Oregon when she was a teenager and wrote positive articles about her, supporting the validity of her story, until 1/5(1).

Fabulous Opal Whiteley [Elbert Bede] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.1/5(1). : Fabulous Opal Whiteley: from Oregon logging camps to princess in India.: Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges.

Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s).Price Range: $17 - $ Gopher Genealogy by Susan LeBlanc provides information about research, lectures, published articles and book reviews, and Serendipity Moments that are the results of searching for ancestors both personally and for clients.

The objective of the blog is for others to receive insight and inspiration in doing their family history research. Elbert Bede, Fabulous Opal Whiteley: From logging camps to princess of India Jane Boulton, Opal: the Journal of an Understanding Heart Germaine A.

Cross, Play of Colors: the Legend of Opal Whiteley. Controversies over Whiteley's authorship of her diaries and over her background continued to rage during the later part of her life, and after it ended.

Among her detractors was Bede, who summarized his findings in the book The Fabulous Opal Whiteley. Opal Whiteley was her name"Fabulous Opal Whiteley," according to the title of one book written about her. The cover photo shows Opal in her early 20s, approximately the same time her diary was published by The Atlantic Monthly magazine.

(Photo courtesy ofSpecial Collections, University of Oregon Library.) Seepage 6for more about Opal Whiteley. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Elbert Bede is the author of Fabulous Opal Whiteley ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), The Landmarks of Freemasonry ( avg ratin 3/5. In his article Bede tells of new evidence that he had just obtained that he could not get when he was writing his articles in Bede does not mention this in his book "Fabulous Opal Whiteley".

So far as I know, these words have not been quoted since yet they answer one of his own questions in the mystery of Opal's diary. Opal WhiteleyThe life of American author Opal Whiteley (–) was a tragic one, shrouded in mystery.

About the reputation of her best-known work, however, there is no mystery at all: her nature diaries, titled The Story of Opal, reached bestseller lists when they were published inand found appreciative new audiences when they were rediscovered toward the twentieth century's n: Fabulous Opal Whiteley: From Oregon Logging Camp to Princess in India.

Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort, Elbert Bede, the editor of the Cottage Grove Sentinel (the Oregon town where Opal Whiteley actually grew up), became a principal source of information about her early life for Ellery Sedgwick.

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Author of Fabulous Opal Whiteley, Landmarks of Free Masonry, Five-Fifteen Minute Talks, minute talks, Three Five Seven Minute Talks on Freemasonry. Fabulous Opal Whiteley: From Oregon Logging Camp to Princess in India by Elbert Bede Signed biography oregon pacific northwest BookHappyBooks 5 out of 5 stars (45) $ Favorite.

Fabulous Opal Whiteley, by Elbert Bede. (Binfords and Mort, Portland, ) Compendium of Bede's decades of newspaper articles, reworked into book form, by the man usually credited with "discovering" Opal.

Currently in print. Opal Whiteley: The Unsolved Mystery, by. From: Opal Whiteley, The Unsolved Mystery by E. Bradburne. Page It has been suggested that much of her knowledge, particularly of nature, was given to her by an uncle, a brother of Mrs.

Whiteley. Opal wrote, in a letter to Mr. Whiteley in April“Mr. Bede, in a letter to me spoke about the Uncle Henry Pearson suggesting theFile Size: 2MB. LibraryThing Member dshep. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising.Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.

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