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Ignatius

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  1. Doctor Hassen was my grandson's doctor and did an amazing job. He also communicated things very, very well!
  2. Great picture! Glad to hear she's doing well! Penn Highlands NICU is superb! One of my grandsons will be turning five in a few weeks, and if it wasn't for the efforts at the Penn Highlands NICU, he may never have made it!
  3. Do the first for the enjoyment of local history, and if it moves you, do one for money! Back when this thread first started, while killing time in a hotel room, I read a John Grisham novel by the name of "Callico Joe". The book was not in Grisham's normal lawyer style, but was a fictional work written around factual sports figures. In this case it was about baseball players from the late 70's to early 80's, and ignited memories I had forgotten. My point is, Grisham took a book of sports figures & facts, then tied all together around a fictional character. But back to your original idea, it sounds very interesting and one I would definitely buy.
  4. Will items such as this, be representative of your book content (question is meant in a very positive way)? If so, I would not rush to publish, but rather look for guidance from a national firm, as you may have something that interests far more than local people (sort of in the "Bathroom Reader" genre). In preparation to write, what other books are you reading or what other books have influenced you in this pursuit?
  5. Pre Road Downs - Crosby, Stills & Nash
  6. For old pictures from across the US, do a web search for "Shorpy", which is an archives of pictures submitted by viewers. There have been pictures from DuBois on the site that I've never seen elsewhere.
  7. Do you have a newspaper clipping or such, that could be scanned & posted? Local history is always fascinating!
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