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  • SIMON: And you can find out how many insects are on Earth and their names, and read more of Kee's favorite facts on our website, npr. org.

    'All Facts Considered' By NPR's Longtime Librarian

  • Here is a quote from Kee's 1992 article in Theology Today:

    An Amazing First Century

  • With flavors like Kiwi with Pear and Shiso, Kee's Chocolates in SoHo and Midtown takes the cookie and puts buttercream in the middle.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Kee's attitude was more civilized, and he elected to hang onto his rifle.

    Splinter Of The Mind's Eye

  • The scholar, for his important role in naming the Kee's first-born, received a fee of sixty cents, and Mun Ki considered the money well spent, for he was certain that his child was properly launched; but Dr. Whipple, who was then much concerned with the manner in which his own children and grandchildren were occupying themselves in Hawaii, was even more deeply impressed by the incident.


  • Fawn Kee's idea of Jesus was not that of a Divine Being but of an upright man – "allee same Confucius"; a man kind and tender, a good friend; in short, a gentleman who could "no talk lie, no glit flesh, no cheatee" – and Fawn Kee lived up to the spirit and the letter of his belief, so far as we of the household were concerned.

    Madeleine: An Autobiography

  • My weak yielding to Fawn Kee's wiles cost me one hundred and fifty good American dollars, but it won me a friend who was unwavering in his devotion.

    Madeleine: An Autobiography

  • No man who had the opportunity of eating Fawn Kee's cooking was ever in a hurry to go, and, as I did not accept payment for the meals served, it came to pass that many drinks were served with them.

    Madeleine: An Autobiography

  • Fawn Kee's second card was a visit which the man in the case had made to his kitchen in an attempt to bribe him.

    Madeleine An Autobiography

  • Kee's pantry -- Mr. Rutlidge, critically and authoritatively approving;

    The Eyes of the World


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