Pie worth waiting for

Morehouse, J.
October 1989
Yankee;Oct89, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p16
Discusses the `Pies for Peace' project in which Jamien Morehouse arranged to have a few dozen homemade apple pies taken out to the Soviet factory ship Riga as it was anchored off Rockland Harbor in Penobscot Bay, Me. in the fall of 1988. Why she started the program; How it worked; Riga return visit.


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