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Giles House On Ket

This article first appeared in issue 17, and was written by Staff.

Giles House on KET

Giles House, the home of Henry an d Janice Holt Giles, will be featured on KET at 7:30 CST, Saturday, November 8, 1997 with Byron Crawford.

Eleven complete sets of Giles known in AC

According to David Pyles, Columbia book finder, he knows of 11 complete sets of the works of Janice Holt and Henry Giles in Adair County. They are owned by Ruby Barbee (the first complete set here, he thinks), Sandy Crawhorn, Thelbert Curry, Wayne Dixon, Kenny Farris (2 sets), Dwight Hadley (2 sets), Evelyn McCloud, Sharlon Redmon, and Donna Vaughn.

According to Mr. Pyles, there are seven known copies of Hill Man, the book Mrs. Giles wrote under the pseudonym John Garth, in Adair County .

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