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The Linscott Herald Book 2

$39.95

Five more years of The Linscott Herald here in one book. The Linscott Herald was started in 1993 as a way of providing Linscott-related news and historical information to Linscott descendants and researchers. This family newsletter was started by Don Kontner, a resident of Ohio, and in 1995 the publishing was picked up by Jeffrey A. Linscott, at that time a recent retiree of the U.S. Air Force, now of South China, Maine. The Linscott Herald has gone through several formatting changes throughout its years in print, and has settled on a format that is pleasing to the eye and very easy to read. Currently in its 20th year in print, this family newsletter is still going strong and is constantly adding more material. This book of The Linscott Herald covers the second group of five years of this publication, covering 1999 through 2003. When indexing is completed, Book 3 will cover 2004 through 2008; and Book 4, 2009 through 2013. That will be twenty years! By that time, perhaps there will be a Book 5, covering the next five years. The Linscott Herald, and its sister publication, The Whitcomb Wheel, are both 20-page, full-sized (8.5 x 11) newsletters, with a modest subscription pricing. This book places in one location five-year increments of the newsletter, and will look nice on any researcher’s book shelf. 8.5 x 11, softcover, 468 total pages, illustrated, indexed. ISBN: 9781935573395