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Favorite bookstoresCatnap Books, Damascene Book Cellar, Gatehouse Books, Harvard Book Store, Hobart International Bookport, James Hurley, Books, Popeks Used and Rare Books, The Bibliobarn, The Green Toad Bookstore, The Rose & The Laurel, Whately Antiquarian Book Center, Willis Monie Books, Wm. H. Adams' Antiquarian Books

Favorite librariesCherry Valley Memorial Library, Franklin Free Library, Huntington Memorial Library, Roxbury Library Association, Stamford Village Library, Stevens-German Library, Hartwick College, Village Library of Cooperstown, Worcester Free Library

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Real nameEd

Locationnear Cooperstown, New York

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Hi Ed,

I saw your name on HarrisonF. So you're a Forman, too! I'm his granddaughter, though I never met him. I'm starting work on a biography in connection with a possible film documentary, so would love to be in touch.


I can tell that you are a visually motivated bookster. Just wanted to share the cover I uploaded for Hungry Waters.
Hi Ed - Laurie here from ArbeitenZeit Media, publisher of NO INSTRUCTIONS NEEDED: AN AMERICAN BOYHOOD IN THE 1950S. This is to let you know that your ER copy, as promised earlier, was shipped today, 2/16, via PRIORITY MAIL with confirmation and should reach you within the next few days. Thank you again for your interest, and we hope that you enjoy the book.
Hi Ed – Laurie from ArbeitenZeit Media here. Thanks for participating in Library Thing’s Early Reviewer program, and for winning a copy of Robert Hewitt’s NO INSTRUCTIONS NEEDED: An American Boyhood in the 1950s. This is to let you know that the books are on their way to us, and we expect to mail your copy, via USPS PRIORITY, on 2010 February 16. We are very pleased to be publishing this delightful look at one boy’s experiences, and look forward to your input.
I'm writing because I noticed you have a book by Andrew Dornenburg in your library. I wanted to let you know that he'll be on LibraryThing for a few weeks (until December 5th), participating in an Author Chat. So stop on by and ask Andrew a question:

Andrew Dornenburg Author Chat
Hi Ed,

Good to hear from you. I have been collecting information on Harrison for at least ten years now and in the process have become friendly with both of his children (who must be related to you). I've managed to amass quite a lot of his writings (the books obviously but he also wrote a huge number of articles for various magazines from the '30's up into the early '60's).

I just find him fascinating - a Westerner who traveled in the East (and everywhere else) but never seemed to consider himself better than anyone else in the world. The way he approached new experiences made him a true explorer and a fine human being. Let me know if you need any information about him. His archives are at the Univ. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (mostly the photography collection) and at the Univ. of Oregon. I'll probably leave all the stuff I've collected to one of them at some point and hopefully at some point before I die I'll do something else with it like try to write a book about him.

Take care,


P.S. You can use my direct email to contact me in the future -
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