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TagsAdmirals (19), Biography (19), Submarine disasters (2), Poets (1), World War (1), Submarine disasters--fiction (1), attack on (1), 1941 (1), Pearl Harbor (1), 1939-1945--fiction. (1) — see all tags

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About meI'm a library administrator in Asheville, North Carolina. My interests cover a wide and eclectic range. When I'm not working I enjoy homebrewing, hiking, travel, and hanging out with my wife and pets. I have an MA in American and New England Studies (University of Southern Maine) and an MLIS (University of South Carolina).

About my libraryI've always been a voracious reader. I started collecting books as a child and the obsession reached its zenith in the 1990's. When I relocated from Maine to North Carolina I did some serious weeding. Now I only collect books that I am likely to read more than once. Hence, you will find very little fiction. I'm interested in biographies of WWII admirals, Maine history, New Hampshire's White Mountains, and the Appalachian Trail. I collect books by New England author Edward Rowe Snow, and I also have a small collection on submarine disasters, escape, and salvage operations. So far only small portion of my collection is cataloged.

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Real nameMark Stoffan

LocationAsheville, NC

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Member sinceMay 12, 2007

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