Monthly Archives: March 2017

Rosemary and Lillian Were Not Looters

Above is the house Christine Rosamond lived in when she drowned. A dentist owned it for awhile, and when he put it up for sale, he hung Rosamond’s artwork on the wall. He had a collection of her work. After the funeral, … Continue reading

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Bonding With The Sisterhood

Above is a photo of the Wieneke farm in Iowa. Here Sisters of the Order of Saint Francis were grounded in America after they were forced to flee Germany due to Bismark’s Kulturkampf.  This is a story of how a … Continue reading

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A Tragic Newspaper Man

I have been working on the first book of my trilogy ‘Capturing Beauty’. I would like to publish it for FREE in my newspaper, Royal Rosamond Press, but, I fear there will be cuts to the Social Security and Medicaid … Continue reading

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The Rose of Oregon – And Montana!

The cabin on the right was the home of Joaquin Miller as seen on September 18, 1958. Joaquin Miller (March 10, 1830-February 17, 1913) was an Oregon poet. His cabin at Canyon City, Oregon was made into a museum in … Continue reading

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My Nameless Flower

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Yesterday, I read part of my novel ‘Bonds With Angels’ at my writing group in Springfield. After listening to the memoirs of six women, I recalled my offer to Belle in regards to my autobiography…

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Kingdom In A Attic

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Royal Reuben Rosamond was born of two roses. After his accident with a car owned by Stephen Farish, which left him a cripple, my grandfather moved into an attic in Oklahoma City where he tutored…

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Ida Rose-Rosamond

BORN OF TWO ROSES A half hour ago I talked to Deborah Cryder at the Forestvale Cemetary. She is going to send me information on Ida Rose who died when she was 28 years of age of dropsy. Twenty days … Continue reading

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The History of Lurton

Above are the four books I own written by my grandfather, Frank (Royal) Rosamond. On page 71 of ‘Ozark Moonshiners’ Frank says he moved to Lurton, or Moore. It is not clear, because this move may have never happened. Franks says he … Continue reading

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What Does Ken Kesey Want?

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
“Mayor Jim Torrey pulled out “Little Tricker the Squirrel Meets Big Double the Bear” and treated those gathered to an excerpt from Kesey’s book for children, giving voice to a tale set on a fine…

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Vicki’s Filipino Lover

There was a Rosamond Clan and Cult.

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