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“The Tattered is a great store, and deserves your support.”
“Mr. Kappes frequently focused on African-American communities, and in "Tattered and Torn" (1886), he portrays an old wom an — said to be a domestic servant — in ragged dress, her eyes nearly shut, trying to light what may be her last cigarette with what may well be her last match.”
“In it, he referenced a memorable exchange with his friend and fellow "Tattered" performer,”
“* Independent Bookstores - More than 200 participating members of the American Booksellers Association-including stores such as Tattered Cover (Denver, CO) and Vroman's Bookstore”
“Tattered but victorious, the fledgling nation forged its political and religious identity side by side.”
“Tattered pinkish-black clouds blew overhead in the March wind.”
“In this program, groups of women create hand-painted cards which are sold for $2.00 at The Gathering Place and Denver outlets like the Tattered Cover Book Store, Cake Crumbs, the gift shop at the National Jewish Hospital, and others.”
“Tattered tan leaves speckled the soccer field and blacktop.”
“I do love The Tattered Cover, where I stop every time I visit my American relatives.”
“The Tattered Cover in Denver is big enough to live in, and has more than enough books and coffee and snacks for at least one life.”
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