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CollectionsYour library (6,313)

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TagsLiterature (3,179), Mysteries (625), History (551), Science fiction/Fantasy (492), Horror (237), Comics/Graphic novels (148), Essays (130), Art history (111), Memoir (78), History/Biography (60) — see all tags

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About meRecovering lawyer or late-blooming PhD depending on one's point of view. After 30 years of law practice, I earned my PhD in History and taught at the college level both at the University of Iowa and Luther College. At the moment, I am retired and ALMOST have enough reading time!

About my libraryMy library reflects my passion for and love of art, profession as a historian (specializing in America after Reconstruction -- the Progressive Era, the Great Depression, and the New Deal in particular), and love of literature. In grade school, I read constantly, even while I walked. Sometimes I walked into phone poles. Now I live where there are sidewalks and no phone poles. Problem solved.

GroupsCentipede Press, Folio Society devotees, History Fans

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Real nameDr. Gregg R. Narber

LocationLongmont, CO

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Member sinceOct 17, 2008

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