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Nov 27, 2006, 10:46 am

Hi y'all,

I just added a book to my LT list which no one else has, and that's hard for me to believe!

The book is A Treasury of the Maine Woods, by Edmund Ware Smith.

Any thoughts? Do any of you have this, and just haven't entered it in LT yet?

Hartford Conn.

Nov 28, 2006, 6:13 pm

Nope, but I'll bet you $10 that my brother has one in his library (but, alas, he is not a LThinger). I'm still waiting for someone else to catalog a copy of The History of Paris, Maine by William Lapham.

Nov 30, 2006, 8:54 pm

I guess the most unique book that I have, that amazes me, is Not Without Peril. This truly should be mandatory reading for all who climb to, and then above, the tree line

But now, will have find A Treasury of Maine Woods, to share with my fellow Mainers.

BTW - I have nearly a dozen unique books in my small catalogue. What does this mean?

Editado: Dez 3, 2006, 7:52 pm


I think there may be a LT bug .. we have Not Without Peril, as do 8 others. I'm guessing that it is not recognizing the subtitle on yours? It is listed w/ subtitle on ours.

You are correct, that it should be mandatory reading for those who climb above tree line!

Mar 22, 2009, 3:06 pm

I have all of Edmund Ware Smith's books. I think he's one of the best Maine author's out there. Most of my collection are first editions, some signed.

Abr 30, 2009, 12:42 pm

Just stumbled on this thread....The South Thomaston Public Library has books by Edmond Ware Smith. Their catalog is online (link from their web page.

A click on the title will give you a full Marc record.

Now you have me curious---I cataloged it, guess I'll have to go read it!