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April 29, 2007


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Mike Pusateri

Very much enjoyed the book. Well written and full of interesting family facts. Thanks.

Ralph Cutro

I really enjoyed "Crosley"
but I was disappointed by the lack of Information on Powel Crosley1V.
I went through Marine Corp Boot Camp,Platoon 98 with Powel1V, and I was hoping to find a few photos of him, Also,
the book mistakenly states that powel1V came home on leave in mid Jan of 1950. I am certain that Powel1V graduated
with our platoon on Feb15,1950,and then we went on leave.

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