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Mnnv Aiwi Authors T .lafaA Among state Writers Area librarians have reeeived!hraries. to suddIv data, concern- concern- their first checklist of the au-Ung au-Ung au-Ung New Jersey authors who have thors of New Jersey compiled: had their works published in for the New Jersey Association of teachers of English and for the Department of English of book or pamphlet (printed form). They may communicate with the Division of the State Library, Archives and History, New Jersey Jersey state Department of Education, Education, at Trenton. Rutgers University. It is accompanied accompanied by a request from the Division Division of the State Library, Ar chives and History, of the New cation, for vital statistics and other data concerning the writers writers of- of- this state. The authors of the check-list, check-list, check-list, Rudolf Kirk and Clara Marburg Kirk, have listed the names of the authors they have record of according to cities, towns and villages, and those from the Plainfield area follow: PLAINFIELD M. L. Acker-more, Acker-more, Acker-more, L. S. Andrews, Allen E. Reals, Amy Ella Blanchard, Walter Walter Bock, Alexander Russell Bond, (Rev.) John Yorker Bro-eck, Bro-eck, Bro-eck, Charles Ames Brooks, Van Wyck Brooks, Annie Burnham Carter and Jean Cochran. Also, Hariet Theresa Corn-stock, Corn-stock, Corn-stock, Adele L. deLeeuw, Cateau deLeeuw, Charles B. Eddy, Henry Henry William Elson, Negley Far-son, Far-son, Far-son, A. B. Fitzgerald Jr., Adriane Gilbert, M. A. Grissom, Florence Marion Howe Hall, Alice Howard Harding and Carl G. Hartman. Also, Margaret Henrichsen, H. E. Higgins, David Jayne Hill, Abraham V. D. Honeyman, R. M. Hooker, William Hooper How-ells, How-ells, How-ells, A. R. Hubbard, F. C. Jennings, Jennings, James Richard Joy, Elizabeth Elizabeth Clementine Dodge Kinney.1 Middleton O'Malley Knctt, Hora-; Hora-; Hora-; tio Sheaf e Krans, R. E. Lambert, Ethan Lanphear, Howard G. Lap-sley. Lap-sley. Lap-sley. Harry Lee, (Hymn) Wil-! Wil-! Wil-! liam Ellery Channing Leonard, Meta Stern Lilienthal and Spencer Spencer Logan. Also, Ernest Wyckoff Mande-ville, Mande-ville, Mande-ville, E. H. Mapelsden, Martha Evans Martin (Watchung) Andrew Andrew D. Mellick, Charles Edward Moldenke, (Watchung) D. T. Muir, W. D. Murray, Max Perkins, Perkins, H. S. Savage, Olive Willett Smith, Louis Pomeroy Starkweather, Starkweather, Edmund Clarence Sted-man, Sted-man, Sted-man, Albert Leeds Stillman, M. W. Tyler, and F. L. Walde. BEDMINSTER: Peter Oswald Lamb. BERNARDSVILLE: Frank Bergen. BOUND BROOK: John Clardi and Jacob C. Dutcher.. GLADSTONE: Roger Duvoisin. HIGH BRIDGE: Edward Christian Christian Lindeman. METUCHEN: Harry Mills Al-den, Al-den, Al-den, Mary L. Barnard, William Dinwiddie, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Freeman, Aline Murray Kilmer, Mrs. Joyce Kilmer, Joyce Alfred Kilmer Kilmer and Mary Pattison. PEAPACK: Austin Craig Ap-gar. Ap-gar. Ap-gar. SCOTCH PLAINS: Conrad Ber-covici Ber-covici Ber-covici and Abraham Coles. SOMERVILLE: Robert Gordon Gordon Anderson, Antionette Louisa Blackwell, George Washington Clark. Eleander Stiles Jamison and Elinor Hoyt Wylie. STELTON: Clara Marburg Kirk. WESTFIELD: James P. Barker Barker and Clinton T. Revere. . In issuing the check-list check-list check-list the au thors as well as the publishers invite the public, after consultation consultation with the catalogue in li- li- C y dD 0 - 4 - S j..