Andover Author - Leaf Munro

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* Andover Street Lists, 1955-1975.
* Andover Street Lists, 1955-1975.
* American National Biography, vol. 13, pages 325-326.
* American National Biography, vol. 13, pages 325-326.
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**From Every Walk of Life, Famous Have Called Andover Home. ''Andover Townsman'' October 7, 1999, p.23A (Andover 2000 section)
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Author and illustrator of children's books, Munro Leaf lived in Andover from 1955 to 1975. He is best known for The Story of Ferdinand (1936) and his "can be fun" series. He also wrote a long running monthly feature for Ladies Home Journal.

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  • Andover Townsman, November 5, 1964. p. 4,5.
  • Andover Street Lists, 1955-1975.
  • American National Biography, vol. 13, pages 325-326.
    • From Every Walk of Life, Famous Have Called Andover Home. Andover Townsman October 7, 1999, p.23A (Andover 2000 section)



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