#CAMPOnDEMAND Virtual Auction
2020 JAWS #CAMPOnDEMAND Virtual Auction

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Winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. Enjoy a week on the stunning California Central Coast in this two bedroom, two bathroom house just two blocks from Moonstone Beach on the Pacific Ocean and four blocks from the 400-acre Fiscalini Ranch preserve with miles of forest, bluff and open space walking trails. From the hilltop house, you can walk or drive into Cambria Village, which is filled with fun shops, great restaurants and wine tasting. Please redeem by 12/31/2022.
$825Highest Bid
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Rachele Kanigel Highest Bidder
# 118
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Winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. Enjoy a week on the stunning California Central Coast in this two bedroom, two bathroom house just two blocks from Moonstone Beach on the Pacific Ocean and four blocks from the 400-acre Fiscalini Ranch preserve with miles of forest, bluff and open space walking trails. From the hilltop house, you can walk or drive into Cambria Village, which is filled with fun shops, great restaurants and wine tasting. Please redeem by 12/31/2022. 
$825Highest Bid
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 119
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Winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. In her more than five decades with the Associated Press, Edith Lederer has worked on every continent except Antarctica covering wars, famines, nuclear issues and political upheavals. In 1998, Lederer became the AP's Chief Correspondent for the United Nations. Join her for lunch at the UN for food, drink, and good conversation about world events. Please redeem by 12/31/2022. Lunch #1
$225Highest Bid
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Carol Guensburg Highest Bidder
# 120
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Winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. In her more than five decades with the Associated Press, Edith Lederer has worked on every continent except Antarctica covering wars, famines, nuclear issues and political upheavals. In 1998, Lederer became the AP's Chief Correspondent for the United Nations. Join her for lunch at the UN for food, drink, and good conversation about world events. Please redeem by 12/31/2022. Lunch #2
$250Highest Bid
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Kari Mar Highest Bidder
# 121
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Jane Isay, legendary editor of nonfiction books from Praying for Sheetrock to Friday Night Lights to Reviving Ophelia, offers one hour of her time. She is ready to help you with your book project or, since she is the author of three books published by Doubleday (Walking on Eggshells, Mom Still Likes You Best, and Secrets and Lies: Recovering from the Truths that Change our Lives), Jane will give you an hour of consulting about the ins and outs of the book business. Or both, within the time frame.
$125Highest Bid
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Roberta Baskin Highest Bidder
# 122
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Deutsch was the legendary Associated Press Special Correspondent for nearly 50 years. She covered numerous Front Page stories including the Manson family murders, the Night Stalker, O.J. Simpson, Phil Spector, Patty Hearst, the Menendez brothers, Robert Blake and Michael Jackson. Since retiring, she has been working on her own story: the memoirs of an idealistic young woman breaking into one of the toughest news beats. Her website is available to view here for more information: lindadeutschnews.com.
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Megan Kamerick Highest Bidder
# 123
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Two nights in an established Detroit AirBnB (private room for two with a shared bathroom -- owned by a neighbor of JAWS Detroit captain Tanya Gazdik), behind-the scenes tours of the fabulous Motown Museum AND the Michigan Opera House, lunch with JAWS Detroit captain Tanya Gazdik at Brooklyn Street Local (coolest hipster restaurant in town), a personally designed and chauffeured tour of the city, which can vary depending on your interests. Gazdik is a 20-year resident of the city and knows all the famous architecture and pop culture spots, including the trailer park where Eminem grew up and the restaurant where Aretha Franklin would wait in her limo while her driver went in to get her coney dogs. The winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. Please redeem by 12/31/2022.
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 124
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Dine with a legend. JAWdess Peggy Simpson reported 17 years for the Associated Press starting in 1962 in Dallas. She covered the assassination in Dallas of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, including being an eyewitness in the Dallas jail to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. She transferred to the Washington AP bureau in 1968, covering Congress. She invented an AP beat on the emerging women’s political movement. In 1975, Simpson covered the United Nations Conference on Women in Mexico City. When the AP was sued for gender and racial discrimination, she joined the lawsuit. Her bureau chief called her a "stupid bitch." She won a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard and left the AP in 1979 to cover national politics for the Boston Herald and, later, national economic issues for Hearst Newspapers for five years. She opened a Washington bureau for Ms. Magazine to cover politics and economics. In 1990, she moved to Indiana University as an adjunct professor and then as a journalist in residence. She spent the summer of 1990 covering the democracy upheaval in Eastern Europe and moved back there in late 1991 to freelance for a dozen mostly business outlets about the transformation. When she returned in early 2002, she freelanced for Mary Thom at the Women’s Media Center. For the past decade, she has been active in the emerging national Village movement, helping found Dupont Circle Village and serving as secretary of the national board of the umbrella group, the Village to Village Network. The dinner is in Peggy's Washington D.C. home. The winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. Learn more about Peggy.
$300Highest Bid
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Sharon Walsh Highest Bidder
# 125
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Hang out for a weekend, read a book from the extensive library, go across the street to watch your sports team or take the bus downtown watch the Denver teams. Dine out at the Indian, Italian, Mexican, Japanese or pizza restaurants, have beers at the brew pub. Visit the used book store two doors down. Visit the farmers market on summer Sundays. And go to Sweet Cow for ice cream every night! The line is part of the fun! This condo is near 32nd Avenue and Lowell in Denver, room for two with a great kitchen. Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, weekend to be arranged. The winning bidder must be a JAWS member or friend/relative of a JAWS member. Please redeem by 12/31/2022.
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Sydney Shaw Highest Bidder
# 126
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One-hour Skype consultation on book publishing: finding an agent, writing a book proposal and the state of book publishing, with literary agent Gail Ross of www.rossyoon.com. Gail Ross is the founder of a Washington, D.C.-based literary agency specializing in serious nonfiction on a variety of topics: everything from memoir and history and biography to popular science, business and psychology. Clients include CEOs, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists, academics, politicos and radio and television personalities.
$425Highest Bid
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Desiree Hanford Highest Bidder
# 127
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Attention all foodies...always wanted to host a cooking party with your closest family or friends? Here is a 60-minute highly interactive virtual authentic homestyle Mexican cooking demonstration for up to six people. This would include the preparation of 1 entree, 1-2 sides/appetizers, and a cocktail/mocktail. Participants can choose to cook along with Eloiza or just watch. Access to recipes and shopping lists will be provided prior to the session. The menu will be customizable to the winner, based on their tastes and likes. The date and time will be arranged mutually. Must be redeemed by November 1, 2021.
$50Highest Bid
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Linda Kramer Jenning Highest Bidder
# 128
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Artisanal jewelry item #1 - This is a handmade one of a kind jewelry set, which includes a single strand necklace, double stranded bracelet and earrings. The jewelry includes authentic zebra jasper beads and turquoise inspired beads. This jewelry was handcrafted by Hector Altoro, a local New Mexican Artisan, and father of JAWS Executive Director, Eloiza Altoro.
$35Highest Bid
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Tanya Gazdik Highest Bidder
# 129
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Artisanal jewelry item #2 - This a handmade one of a kind jewelry set, which includes a double stranded necklace and earrings. All of the stones are authentic red coral and turquoise. The jewelry was handcrafted by New Mexican Pueblo Indian Artisan, Vincent Romero.
$150Highest Bid
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Sarah Pollock Highest Bidder
# 130
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Artisanal jewelry item #3 - This is a handmade one of a kind jewelry set, which includes a double stranded necklace and two bracelets. The jewelry set includes various authentic semi-precious stones. This jewelry was handcrafted by Hector Altoro, a local New Mexican Artisan, and father of JAWS Executive Director, Eloiza Altoro.
$85Highest Bid
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Suzanne Cosgrove Highest Bidder
# 131
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Artisanal jewelry item #4 - This is a handmade one of a kind jewelry set, which includes a single strand necklace and two earrings. The jewelry set includes various authentic semi-precious stones, including onyx, jasper, agate and quartz. This jewelry was handcrafted by Hector Altoro, a local New Mexican Artisan, and father of JAWS Executive Director, Eloiza Altoro.
$105Highest Bid
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Bonnie Rollins Highest Bidder
# 132
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Once-read picture books from former children's book reviewer are stories of strong women and girls. All six are based on real women: a 19th century steamboat captain, Phillis Wheatley, Amelia Bloomer, Zora Neale Hurston and Mary Shelley. The fourth is about 100 illustrious American women from Clara Barton to Maya Ying Lin. Extra: A copy of Writing a Woman's Life by Carolyn Heilbrun, just because every woman writer should read it. Books will be shipped to winning bidder. Donor: Jane Marshall
$45Highest Bid
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Alison Bethel McKenzie Highest Bidder
# 133
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New to lightly-read cookbooks (to be shipped to winning bidder) were chosen especially for those who learned where their kitchens were during the pandemic and those who spent much more time than usual there: 1. The Art of Quick Breads (Beth Hensperger, 1994) 2. Everyday Cooking with Organic Produce (Cathy Thomas for Melissa's, 2010 3. Teatime to Tailgates: 150 years at the K-State Table (Jane Marshall, 2013) 4.Fish without a Doubt (Moonen, Finamore, 2008 5. Family of the Spirit Cookbook (Pinderhughes, 1990 Donor: Jane Marshall, author of Teatime to Tailgates.
$30Highest Bid
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Stell Simonton Highest Bidder
# 134
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New to lightly-read cookbooks (to be shipped to winning bidder) were chosen especially for those who learned where their kitchens were during the pandemic and those who spent much more time than usual there: 1. The Pie and Pastry Bible (Rose Levy Beranbaum, 1998 2. Hallelujah! The Welcome Table (Maya Angelou, 2004) 3. Teatime to Tailgates: 150 years at the K-State Table (Jane Marshall, 2013) 4. Homemade in a Hurry (Andrew Schloss, 2006 5. The Cowgirl's Cookbook (Stanford, 2008) Donor: Jane Marshall, author of Teatime to Tailgates
$40Highest Bid
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Alison Bethel McKenzie Highest Bidder
# 135
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Cuff by Lezama Designs (hypoallergenic) + Hot Sauce Pouch (hand made with recycled materials) + Steer skull earrings + Pumpkin Brûlée Lip Balm. Ranch Candy Marfa (Texas), owned by Hannah Marshall, supports independent women artists & women-owned businesses, mostly in the far west Texas and border region. Hannah, daughter of Jane Marshall, was the first baby to attend JAWS! Donated by Jane Marshall.
$35Highest Bid
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Jane Marshall Highest Bidder
# 136
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Writers and/or editors, this is your chance for a one-on-one coaching session with Merrill Perlman. It can be a critique or discussion/lesson on a related topic of the winner's choosing. Merrill has been coaching writers and editors for 15 years, through Poynter and her own business, and she's given dozens of seminars on making people better communicators through writing and editing. This is a great opportunity to learn from the best!
$175Highest Bid
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Amy Zipkin Highest Bidder
# 137
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Pittsburgher Maggi Potts crochets beautiful RBG dissent collars and sells them. She is a former journalist and now stay-at-home mom. JAWS Pittsburgh member Sharon Walsh donated the dissent jabot. Let's bid this up in memory of RBG!
$40Highest Bid
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Bonnie Rollins Highest Bidder
# 138
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1 copy of "Smithsonian Steps Out, America's Treasures From Heels to High-Tops" - 70 pages of photos and texts about fab footwear! BONUS: 2 pairs of gently worn Ferragamo heels, both with new heels. Size 9AA caramel tan pebbled leather with white stitching and stacked 2.5-inch wooden heel. Size 9.5AA Black reptile-embossed pointy-toed leather pumps with 2.5 inch kitten heel. Ferragamos are priced all over the eBay map from $35 to $70 for styles like these. No boxes or flannel bags. Donated by DC JAWS member, Annie Groer
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# 139
$150Est Val
$15Min Bid
From JAWS DC member Annie Groer - A 1978 Cathy cartoon book "with an especially fab hand drawn cartoon "To Debbie..." on the first blank page. Annie says Cathy Guisewite's drawings go for about $60 on eBay and art websites. Annie suggests the buyer consider removing and framing the 1980 drawing and giving it to her favorite Debbie. Donated by Annie Groer.
$10Highest Bid
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Merrill Perlman Highest Bidder
# 140
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JAWS DC member Annie Groer bought these earrings at a craft show in California's Sonoma County in 2008. They're made from bottle caps, glitter, paper and resin. 
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 141
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A total of 60 minutes of pet training help (can be two 30-minute sessions or three 20-minute sessions to work on dog or cat behavior modifciation. Cat not using the litterbox? Dog having separation anxiety? Tanya is an expert. She has volunteered in animal rescue for 25+ years and has taken numerous animal behavior modification classes, including a cat behavior seminar at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine.
$50Highest Bid
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 142
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Bath Fizzy Card; Radiate Positivity sticker; You Are Magic postcard; Dark Chocolate bar; Botica Pillow Spray; Macrame earrings; Meal Planning notepad; Sparkle notebook set; Ranch Candy tee (XL). From Ranch Candy Marfa, owned by Hannah Marshall, supports independent women artists & women-owned businesses, mostly in the far west Texas and border region. Hannah, daughter of Jane Marshall, was the first baby to attend JAWS.
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Jane Marshall Highest Bidder
# 143
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Need a Pandemic Escape? Come to Bainbridge Istand for a three-night getaway in the great Pacific Northwest. This guest suite with a private entrance is located above our garage, shaded by one of the red cedars made legendary by local author David Guterson in "Snow Falling on Cedars."   The guest suite has wifi, kitchen sink with counter, microwave and small refrigerator, a full size bed, and a separate bathroom with shower. We have a great garden where you can sit and relax. Bainbridge Island offers trails to hike, beaches to explore, waters to kayak, the Japanese-American Exclusion Memorial, the beautiful Bloedel Reserve and much more. The north end of the island connects you by bridge to the Olympic Peninsula where there are more opportunities to hike and bike. The other end of the island connects you by ferry to Seattle. The ferry ride alone is worth a trip here.  Due to COVID, you will not have access to the main house, and we need to maintain social distancing protocols. Use of the suite should be scheduled at a time convenient for the owners.
$425Highest Bid
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 144
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Vintage Punctuation ceramic box set + Outrage Earrings + beaded eye earrings. Ranch Candy Marfa, owned by Hannah Marshall, supports independent women artists & women-owned businesses, mostly in the far west Texas and border region. Hannah, daughter of Jane Marshall, was the first baby to attend JAWS! Donated by Jane Marshall
$110Highest Bid
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Sydney Shaw Highest Bidder
# 145
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A collection of portraits by Snowdon, David Bailey and other famous photogs, plus memorial first first-day cover memorial stamps from Nevis. Five English porcelain sewing thimples marking her 1981 marriage, a portrait of the princess herself and two of the Queen Mum, plus a pomander to scent your closet. Donated by DC JAWS member, Annie Groer.
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# 146
$35Est Val
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Two fab books donated by Annie Groer. Joan Nathan’s Jewish Cooking in America, still in original shrink wrap, and Bar Mitzvah Disco, hilarious photos and prose about late 20th century rites of passage for Jewish teens. Plus the foreword is by the Village People. Really!
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Bonnie Rollins Highest Bidder
# 147
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Handmade crushed velvet scarf with Celtic designs and matching purse from Kimberley Mac studios in Scotland. Scarf is 65 inches long and 13 inches wide and has a luscious feel. Purse has 22-inch detachable chain. Donated by Megan Kamerick.
$15Highest Bid
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 148
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Megan Kamerick - "I am not totally certain but it was a gift many years ago from my sister who has very expensive tastes so I'm guessing it is." Size: 14.5 inches x 7.5 inches
$25Highest Bid
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Tanya Gazdik Highest Bidder
# 149
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Beautiful silver cuff bracelet made in India. Donated by Megan Kamerick.
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Callie Crossley Highest Bidder
# 150
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Includes essays by Judy Chicago, Frances Borzello and Jane F. Gerhard on the landmark work that sought to restore women overlooked in history with ceramics and needlepoint (now on permanent display at the Brooklyn Museum) It includes gorgeous photos and details of the works and bios of hundreds of women in history. Donated by Megan Kamerick.
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sandra fish Highest Bidder
# 151
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"Men to Avoid in Art and Life pairs classical fine art with modern captions that epitomize the spirit of mansplaining. This hilarious book perfectly captures those relatable moments when a man explains to a woman a subject about which he knows considerably less than she does. Situations include men sharing keen insight on the female anatomy, an eloquent defense of catcalling, or offering sage advice about horseback riding to the woman who owns the horse. • These less qualified men of antiquity dish out mediocrity as if it's pure genius • For the women who have endured overbearing men over the centuries • Written with hilariously painful accuracy" "Now, when you're riding a horse, you need to make sure to keep a good grip on the reins." "These are my horses." Through cringe-induced empathy, this timeless gift book of shared experiences unites women across history in one of the most powerful forms of resistance: laughter. • Started as a Twitter thread and quickly gained widespread popularity. • A great pick for a birthday or Galentine gift for a friend who needs a funny pick-me-up • Makes a perfect gift for women and feminists with a wry sense of humor, millennials, anyone who loves memes and Internet humor, as well as history and art buffs. • Add it to the shelf with books like Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit, Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes from Classic Vines by Emily Beck, and Awards For Good Boys: Tales Of Dating, Double Standards, And Doom by Shelby Lorman. Purchased from the National Museum of Women in the Arts and donated by DC JAWS member, Jody Beck
$21Highest Bid
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Jenn Kho Highest Bidder
# 152
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Custom Tour #1 of Central Park with Merrill Perlman, certified tour guide. Take up to nine friends on a tour of New York's iconic Central Park, for as long as three hours. Visit any part of the Park you like, or let Merrill design a route for you.
$135Highest Bid
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Kari Mar Highest Bidder
# 153
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Custom Tour #2 of Central Park with Merrill Perlman, certified tour guide. Take up to nine friends on a tour of New York's iconic Central Park, for as long as three hours. Visit any part of the Park you like, or let Merrill design a route for you.
$100Highest Bid
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Jane Metcalfe Highest Bidder
# 154
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These paperbacks were donated by Annie Groer. They're about journalists. Annie writes, "one is real, one for young kids. Hers is fascinating (and signed by the author). They're both beaten up, but look great on a table."
$20Highest Bid
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Merrill Perlman Highest Bidder
# 155
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Michael Edward Luckovich created this editorial cartoon after John Lewis death and before the election in 2020. He is an editorial cartoonist who has worked for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution since 1989. He is the 2005 winner of the Reuben, the National Cartoonists Society's top award for cartoonist of the year, and is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes.
$280Highest Bid
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Callie Crossley Highest Bidder
# 156
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Donated by Veronica Hinke. “The Journalists aboard The Titanic & Forgotten Recipes for Pre-Prohibition Cocktails: A Virtual Cocktail Session For You and Your Friends:" Learn something new about some of the world's most prolific journalists aboard the Titanic in this private virtual session for you and friends. Edith Rosenbaum Russell was traveling home from Paris where she had covered the Spring 1912 fashions for Women's Wear Daily. Jacques Futrelle had created the popular book series featuring the ever-intriguing Professor Augustus S.F.X. Van Dusen. William Stead had been among the very first of the pioneers of investigative journalism. Lawrence Beesley was one of the very first to publish a book detailing his Titanic experience; the book was "The Loss of The SS Titanic: Its Story and Its Lessons by One of The Survivors."We will discuss the stories of incredible journalists aboard the Titanic while we experience forgotten cocktails that were at the height of popularity before Prohibition. In advance of the program, each of your friends will receive in the mail a personalized copy of the book The Last Night on The Titanic: Unsinkable Drinking, Dining & Style (Regnery 2019) by Veronica Hinke. The book showcases recipes that will be the focus of discussion. "The Robert Burns, the Clover Club, the Bronx - those were the mojitos and aperol cocktails of the Edwardian years," Hinke said. She will coordinate this virtual session for you to host for your friends at a date and time to be determined by you. Consider April 14, which will mark 109 years since the Titanic.
$225Highest Bid
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Andrea Shalal Highest Bidder
# 157
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