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Re: Trueblood Family in America--Corrections
Posted by: Charles E. Talbert Date: November 18, 1999 at 06:32:03
In Reply to: Trueblood Family in America--Corrections by Marina Michaels of 402

Marina,
My wife had met Bula by chance at a college graduation in our hometown of Anderson, Ind. and corresponded with her. She even sent her about 50 pages of updated info on her line. The last we heard from Bula, she had been remarried twice, and because of age and finances had abandoned the supplement idea. Somewhere out there is all of the info that she had gathered for the supplement but I don't know it's status beyond that. Bula died several years ago and to my knowledge, no supplement has been produced. She had hoped that someone would "take the ball" and run with it but it would be a huge undertaking.
As to where to find the book, I bought ours 20+ years ago at Goodspeed's in Boston (don't know if they're still in business). Any rare book store should be able to find a copy if some exist. But it may be a little pricey by that method.
Charley Talbert

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