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Joyce Miller finds a Charles L. Wells book about Milltown, KY in auction buy

Wonders if local historian would like to have it

Joyce Miller writes:
I recently bought a box of books at an auction. There was a small book by Mr. Charles L. Wells in the box. Mr. Wells interestingly details his family roots in Milltown, Kentucky and the surrounding area going back to the early 1800's. He also recounts in detail his experiences in WW I. I saw that a Mrs. Francis Glasglow was the historian of Milltown KY. I thought this small book would be a nice addition for anyone interested in the history of the area. I saw that Mrs. Glasglow's husband had passed away last year. Is there an historical society in the area. I would gladly mail the book to anyone interested in perserving the history of the area. -Joyce Miller, 765-529-3284, New Castle Indiana
Thanks, Joyce Miller: I'd think this one would be of great interest to a great number of people. We'll post today in news and in CM Books. I think you'll get fairly quick response. When the book reaches new hands, just let me know and we'll delete the ad. As the conduit for any transaction, we'd appreciate any followup, but there's no obligation, of course. -EW

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