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8 edition of Harvey Girl found in the catalog.

Harvey Girl

by Sheila Wood Foard

  • 224 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Texas Tech University Press in Lubbock, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Waitresses -- Fiction,
    • Self-confidence -- Fiction,
    • Runaways -- Fiction,
    • New Mexico -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction

    • About the Edition

      In 1919, fourteen-year-old Clara Fern Massie runs away from her family"s farm in Missouri to earn a living and find adventure as a Harvey Girl, one of the waitresses who worked at Harvey House restaurants along the railroads in the Southwest United States.

      Edition Notes

      StatementSheila Wood Foard.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ7.F72614 Har 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3404782M
      ISBN 100896725707
      LC Control Number2005020220
      OCLC/WorldCa61229580

        Interviews, historical research, and photographs help re-create the Harvey Girl experience. The accounts are personal, but laced with the history the women lived: the dust bowl, the depression, and anecdotes about some of the many famous people who ate at the restaurants—Teddy Roosevelt, Shirley Temple, Bob Hope, to name a : Da Capo Press. By , Little Audrey was the best known of Harvey's female characters due to her multi-media presence (comic books, television/theatrical animation and - briefly - newspaper strips), although her popularity was later eclipsed by the company's other female characters, Little Dot, Wendy the Good Little Witch and Little Lotta.

      Created by Emily Brundige, Brendan Hay. With Lauren Lapkus, Stephanie Lemelin, Kelly McCreary, Grey Griffin. Animated series targeted at girls ages 9 thro where kids do whatever they want in their favorite place the one and only Harvey Street/10(). - Explore Nana Nancy's board "HARVEY GIRLS", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Harvey girls, Harvey, Harvey house pins.

      The Harvey Girls book series by Cheryl St. John includes books The Doctor's Wife, The Lawman's Bride, and The Preacher's Daughter. See the complete Harvey Girls series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Book two in the paper doll history of Harvey Girl costume and custom, The Golden Era portrays the Fred Harvey Company dynasty at its settings of this volume culminate at the splendid El Tovar of the Grand Canyon in the mids.


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Harvey Girl by Sheila Wood Foard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Belen Harvey House Museum, opened the door to a part of history that caught my attention, excited a new interest and created a hunger for more information on the Harvey Girls, the Harvey System and the Santa Fe Railroad. What an adventure. We This book provided me with more history, creating glimpses into the lives of the Harvey by: The women who worked at those restaurants were called Harvey Girls.

The book gave a good history of the women who moved west to work at these places. flag 1 like Like see review. Gramarye rated it liked it. Shelves: history-america. Agreeing with several of the other reviews that the writing style is somewhat repetitive, but /5.

Novel about the Harvey Girls, waitresses for the nation-wide chain of Fred Harvey Restaurants in the 19th century, which fed pioneers and travelers alike. This book is the basis for the MGM musical starring Judy Garland and Angela Lansbury/5.

The Harvey Girls were a signature component of Harvey’s success and one of his most enduring legacies. Their legacy: Helping to make travel in the West a Harvey Girl book more enjoyable by serving tasty meals in pleasant surroundings and bringing a. I enjoyed reading the Harvey House Cookbook.

I have written a novel about a Harvey girl in Kansas and am in the process of getting it published and am working on another one.

It was interesting to read the recipes they used. Although I had read most of the history of the Harvey Houses, it was good to have a s: Directed by George Sidney. With Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, John Hodiak, Angela Lansbury.

On a train trip West to become a mail-order bride, Susan Bradley (Judy Garland) meets a cheery crew of young women travelling out to open a "Harvey House" restaurant at a remote whistle-stop. The “girls” signed yearlong contracts and lived next to or in the Harvey Houses, under the close supervision of a Harvey Girl with the longest tenure.

If they left before the year was up—the most common reason for doing so was marriage—they forfeited a portion of their base pay. The Harvey Girl Legend. The Harvey Girls cemented their legend in with the release of the movie by the same name directed by George Sidney and starring Judy Garland.

This was costumer, Helen Rose’s first film, and she did an exquisite job of using late Victorian fashion and the Old West as her inspiration for the garments worn by Judy. The Fred Harvey Company was the owner of the Harvey House chain of restaurants, hotels, and other hospitality industry businesses alongside railroads in the western United was founded in by Fred Harvey to cater to the growing number of train passengers.

When Harvey died inhis family inherited 45 restaurants and 20 dining cars in 12 states. This is a quick read giving an overview to the Harvey Girls. Much appears to be "cribbed" from other sources, especially Lesley Poling-Kempe's earlier book of the same title.

The same quotes, photos, comments and news articles. As an introduction, it serves well, but was a disappointment after reading other sources first/5(11). Belen Harvey House Museum, opened the door to a part of history that caught my attention, excited a new interest and created a hunger for more information on the Harvey Girls, the Harvey System and the Santa Fe Railroad.

What an adventure. We This book provided me with more history, creating glimpses into the lives of the Harvey employees/5(76). Harvey Girl This book will interest women's history buffs, train buffs, and anyone who loves the 's set in just before women in the US could vote.

This is a story of success. A teen runs away from home and supports herself by working as a waitress in Harvey Houses along the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railway/5(11).

There wouldn't have been a Harvey Girl without Fred Harvey, the visionary entrepreneur who paved the way for civilized travel when the West was still wild. Who were the Harvey Girls. In the words of humorist Will Rogers, they were women who "kept the West in food – and wives." More specifically, they were young, single, intelligent women who were also of "good character,".

Harvey Girls Forever. (Known as Harvey Street Kids for the first season) is an American animated slapstick comedy television series developed by Emily Brundige and produced by Aliki Theofilopoulos and Brendan Hay for DreamWorks Animation Television, and is based on comic book characters from Harvey premiered J on Netflix and also.

Women worked as Harvey Girls for a myriad of reasons. Good pay, adventure, travel, and some, like my heroine, to escape trouble at home. Rosalind Kemp becomes a Harvey Girl to flee Texas and the past mistake that holds the power to ruin her future.

But when the Fred Harvey organization transfers her to Gainesville, disaster looms dangerously : Karen Witemeyer. The Harvey Girls - wait staff at a Harvey House restaurant.

Fred Harvey Company "They had the bravery to leave their small towns, and to travel on the train," said Fried. Harvey Girl book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. During the late s and the first half of theHarvey Houses wer /5.

This book also captured how the Harvey Houses and Harvey Girls themselves influenced the history of the west. It was a bit predicatable, knowing 13 year olds they way I do, but that was part of the story - the protagonist IS 13, and IS going to not 18 like she's supposed to be pretendi What an interesting book!/5.

This is a YA book; I picked it up because I was looking for Marissa Meyer and Carolyn Meyer was right next to her on the shelf. For some reason I have always been fascinated by the Harvey Girl story, ever since I saw the Judy Garland movie, The Harvey Girls/5. The Girl in the Book is a American drama film written and directed by Marya Cohn in her directorial debut.

The film stars Emily VanCamp, Michael Nyqvist, David Call, Michael Cristofer, Talia Balsam and Ana had its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on J The film was released in a limited release and through video on demand on.

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