She ultimately married a fellow boarder and then opened a boardinghouse
of her own.
Narrator E: The disappointed girls head back to the boardinghouse
In the early 1900s, Grandma Kate Luckey opened a boardinghouse
in Madison, Wis.
In a boardinghouse
bedroom, apelike with desire, lips distended and arms outstretched, he makes the longed-for move.
is a survivor from Diamond City, which was washed away by hydraulic mining.
Managing such an establishment was a full-time job, and often these boardinghouse
managers hired African American cooks to assist them.
Cookbook (Ten Speed Press) by Sema Wilkes with John T.
In Paris we lived in a sort of little boardinghouse
on the Place de la Republique.
The modernist poet Jess Ornsbo is represented by an absurdist play, Odysseus from Vraa, about a contemporary Odysseus returning to his wife Penelope, who runs a boardinghouse
The migration of its original residents to other neighbourhoods and the arrival of European immigrants transformed the east end into a mixed single-family and boardinghouse
area by the early 1900s.
A welcome that would surely take the form of stale bread, a hard cot in a cheap boardinghouse
, salty food bound to ruin a person's digestion.
Among them are Klee Wyck (1941), dealing with the Indians; The House of All Sorts (1944), describing her experiences as a boardinghouse
owner and dog breeder in Victoria; Growing Pains (1946), an autobiography; and Pause: A Sketch Book (1953), telling of her stay in an English sanatorium.