Award vs "Dead People" library
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Again, I'm working on cleaning some things up in the Award section of CK. I stumbled across a few awards that have me stumped.
Streeter (random seeming numbers)
Howes (random seeming numbers)
Soliday (random seeming numbers)
From my research on Thomas W Streeter, I seem to find that the man had an extensive collection of books covering Texas, US and the Western US. I can't seem to find anything that links his name to an award or other reference to qualify his name for the award field.
I was hoping someone might point me toward those names and their corrisponding award/listing in a book that allows me to repair this field.
(P.S. George Tweney wrote a book about the 89 best books regarding the State of Washington's History - Thus the Tweney's Washington 89 award. I did this since 1001 Books before you die qualified as an award.)
Its been a while since I posted this, so I figured I'd bump it to see if anyone has any suggestions.
Looks like George Tweney is the one who added in these Awards:
Considering he is a member of the "I see dead people" group and your description up above, I wonder if these three listings are a legacy collection
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