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Letter: Looking for copyright holder of Blair history book

Elena McCrary writes:
I am looking to get permission to digitize the book The Family of James Blair and Nancy Day. It is important, even if there are no print copies left. As the librarian for the Clan Blair Society, it would be a wonderful resource if we could digitize a copy and have it available for members to search. Thank you for considering. Most sincerely - Elena McCrary
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Dr. Roger Grider's "The Family of James Blair and Nancy Day" was published in 2008, and includes items about Adair, Russell Counties and these families: Mayberry, Womack, Demoss, Hudson, Rippetoe, Grider, Baldock, Smith, Sloan, Jennings, and Antle. A copy is available at the Adair County Genealogy and History Research Center.

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