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Whatever the wind delivers : celebrating west Texas and the near Southwest : photographs of the Southwest Collection

Whatever the wind delivers : celebrating west Texas and the near Southwest : photographs of the Southwest Collection / selected by Janet M. Neugebauer ; new and selected poems by Walt McDonald ; forward by Laura Bush.
McDonald, Walter.
[Lubbock] : Texas Tech University Press, [1999], ©1999.

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  • Neugebauer, Janet M., 1935-
  • Texas Tech University. Southwest Collection.
xx, 187 pages : illustrations; 27 cm
  • Foreword / Laura Bush -- The Price They Paid for Range -- Settling on Open Plains -- In Fields of Buffalo -- Cabin -- Nights on the Porch Swing -- Under Vast Tornado Skies -- Grandfather and the Prairie Fire -- Dazzling between Fast Lanes -- After the Monsoon -- When the Children Have Gone -- Whatever the Wind Delivers -- Estacado -- The Hammer -- When It Seemed Easy -- Spending the Night near Matador -- Nights around the Hi-D-Ho -- Sword in the Cottonwood -- Rattler -- Hardscrabble Nights -- Sunday Morning Roundup -- Uncle Ernest and the Endless Range -- The Dust of Tommy's Toyota -- Turning Thin Shimmer into Wells -- Home on the Range -- The First Hard Thunder of Another Dawn -- The Waltz We Were Born For -- Fathers and Sons -- Before Flying Off to War -- For Friends Missing in Action -- Sipping Iced Tea in Silence -- The Last Bale before Christmas -- Learning to Live with Sandstorms -- Where Seldom Is Heard -- The Summer Our Grandsons Turned Twelve --
  • High Plains Drifter -- The Last Saloon in Lubbock -- With Horsehairs Dipped in Oils -- Granddaddy's Knuckles -- Rain Dance -- Saying the Blessing -- It's Still the Same Old Story -- Historical Markers -- Steeples and Deep Wells -- Fifth Grade -- Seconds of Free Fall and Chaos -- Hosanna in the Family -- Starting a Pasture -- Turning Fifty -- Plowing with a Six-Mule Team -- Heart Attack -- Caught in a Squall near Matador -- Turn Around, Turn Around -- One Thing Leads to Another -- The Middle Years -- The Last Good Saddles -- Dogs in the World They Own -- Neighbors Miles Away -- Goats Imported from Austin -- South Plains Fences -- Loading the Summer Cattle -- At the Stone Cafe -- Goat Herding on Hardscrabble -- In a Dry Season -- Aunt Myrtle's Albums -- A Hatch of Flies -- A Wide Continuous Sandbar -- Grandfather's Matched Palominos -- After the Madness of Saigon -- Living in Old Adobe -- Hosannas Dangling on String -- Nearing the End of the Century --
  • In Hot Hardscrabble Skies -- For Dawes, on Takeoff -- The White-Haired Trial Judge Deliberates -- Hardwood Rocking Chairs -- First Solo -- What's Up? -- First View of the Enemy -- Never in My Life -- Consider the Lilies -- The Food Pickers of Saigon -- Leaving Sixty -- Faith Is a Radical Master.
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