Andover Author - Don Robb

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Revision as of 20:20, November 16, 2011

In 1975 Don Robb moved to Andover to work at publishing company Holt, Rinehart,& Winston. He taught junior high and high school before moving to Andover. After serving as Selectman, he turned to writing.


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  • "Children's Book Takes a Look at 14 Presidents, Historical Themes", Andover Townsman, November 30, 2000, page 25.


--Eleanor 16:54, November 15, 2011 (EST)

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