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Author photo. Robert E. Pike with his daughter, Littleton, NH, 1987.

Robert E. Pike with his daughter, Littleton, NH, 1987.

Robert E. Pike (1905–1997)

Author of Tall Trees, Tough Men

Includes the names: Pobert E Pike
Also includes: Robert Pike (2)

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Dr. Pike had a long career, working well past retirement age. He spent his life in pursuit of knowledge, but people always came first. During the Second World War he served in France and later taught at both Monmouth College and the Ranney School in NJ. The author of 8 books and master of seven languages. Favorite singer, Edith Piaf.
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