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06 May 2021 22:40 - 06 May 2021 22:42 #1 by Matt Gunsch
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I scanned my copy and replaced a large number of the photos with clear photos of the originals, a number of them are in color. I think it was close to 200 updates. His sister used to live in Chandler, I doubt she is still around. 

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30 Apr 2021 13:20 #2 by William James
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if this is the woman who lives/lived in the Canton - Massillon Ohio area , I talked with her several years age. She asked if I was interested in buying the book and several other items. We negotiated and I offered her $500 but she wanted MUCH more . I told her to contact Bowing Green U as they had a large collection of Ercoupe history and I also suggested she contact Larry Snyder . She felt the items were worth several thousand dollars .

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28 Apr 2021 15:28 #3 by Randy Hirsch
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Well if the author is indeed the same fellow in the link he signed the book mere months before his untimely demise.

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28 Apr 2021 15:27 #4 by Larry Snyder
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Yes, Frank Saletri is the lawyer who died under odd circumstances.

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28 Apr 2021 15:27 #5 by Randy Hirsch
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28 Apr 2021 15:16 - 28 Apr 2021 15:20 #6 by Super User
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The book was copyrighted in 1981 and clearly states that reproducing it electronically is not permitted without permission from the author (or estate as he was a lawyer and may have been the one in the link).

So, no - you can't do that legally.
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