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Edith Roelker Curtis

Edith Roelker Curtis of Dublin, New Hampshire, has recently completed a study of the Ripleys and Brook Farm. She has published biographies of Anne Hutchinson and Lady Sarah Lennox, and contributes...
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L. H. Butterfield

Former director of the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, L. H. Butterfield is editor-in-chief of the Adams Papers . An expanded version of the foregoing article...
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Erik Wahlgren

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Hildegarde Dolson

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John Carlova

A sports-car enthusiast, John Carlova has worked all over the world as a newspaperman and magazine writer, and now lives in Laguna Beach, California. He has just published a novel, Adam and Evil .
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André Emmerich

André Emmerich, a former staff member of Time-Life International, World Magazine, Réalitiés, and the New York Herald Tribune, operates a gallery in New York City specializing in the ancient...
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Robert S. Rifkind

A student at Harvard Law School, Roberts S. Rifkind is the author of a previos article in AMERICAN HETITAGE . “The Colonel’s Dream of Power,” a study of Edward House’s little-remembered venture...
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John Toland

John Toland, a free-lance writer who lives in Red Bank, New Jersey, is the author of Ships in the Sky: The Story of the Great Dirigibles .
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Bruce Bliven

As an editor of The New Republic in the Twenties, Bruce Bliven covered the workings of the Ohio Gang. He now lives in Stanford, California. His new book, The World Changers , consisting of...
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A. L. Rowse

Alfred Leslie Rowse(1903 – 1997), known professionally as A. L. Rowse and to his friends and family as Leslie, was a prolific Cornish historian. He is perhaps best known for his poetry about...
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