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  • Henry Putzel, Reporter of Decisions, U.S. Supreme Court, 1964-1979
  • Joan Dunlop, formerly Executive Director of the International Women’s Health Coalition and associate at the John D. Rockefeller Family Office

  • Aduei Riak, a history of one of the Lost Girls of Sudan

  • Dr. Edward Morse: his expedition to Greenland with Donald MacMillan

  • Three full-service retirement communities, The Highlands, Highland Green, and OceanView

  • William F. Thompson, Vice President, First National Bank of Boston and founder of Boston Ventures

  • A History of Rowing at Dartmouth

  • Walter Lee Lingle, president of Davidson College, 1929-1941, a family history in letters

  • Peter Scott, London: the story of his escape from Vienna before the Second World War and his family’s struggle through the Holocaust

  • F.W. Webb, a family business established in 1866 as a wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, and cooling products 

  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston,“ The Gift of Experience,” interviews with hemophiliacs who contracted HIV through the infusion of tainted blood.

  • Frances Rousmaniere, a history in letters of one of the first women to earn a Ph.D. from Radcliffe College and her marriage to  Harvard Business School professor

  • Maine Drilling & Blasting, a family-owned and operated business founded in 1966

  • The Scheidel Family Foundation: Jacksonville, Florida. The project involved more than 40 interviews and travel for interviews to Florida, Hawaii, and Japan. 

  • Walpole, New Hampshire: A history of the town

  • McLane Middleton, Professional Association: One of the foremost New Hampshire / Boston law firms

  • Stewart Muir: A London UK property developer and lawyer    

  • Phyllis Bradley, her life in Mexico in the early part of the twentieth century

  • Sylvia Amschel, London: Growing up in the Jewish community in Dublin in the 1930s

  • Lyle Kendrick Jones, Montana rancher

  • Deborah Robertson, competitive tennis player, and Stage IV breast cancer survivor.

  • Christine Sleeper, Herndon, Virginia, Overseas Red Cross Worker during World War II and award-winning Latin teacher

  • Gene Eliasoph, psychotherapist, jazz musician, and World War II veteran

  • The Walpole Foundation, Preservation of a Town

  • McLane Middleton, 1919-2019: Anniversary of a New England Law Firm

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