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Kentucky Stodghills, End of the Road (Color) By Luana Vaupotic
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My father thought that Augustine Shelburne III was our family’s connection to DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). It ended up being the Hostetlers that provided that connection. In any... More > case, the Stodghill connection to both the Shelburnes and the Hostetlers were the result of hardworking, God-fearing Stodghill men marrying well! Generations have come and gone before and since the end of my father's line of Stodghills. It was enough for me to catch a glimpse of our small part in history. I’m glad to share that with the rest of my family both living and those to come. There are interesting questions remaining, such as whether a Madison, married to John Stogell, might have been related to President Madison. I hope by leaving this account, someone else might eventually piece together more answers to questions about the Stodghill family< Less
Rubber Bands and City Plans By By Jack Stodghill
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Scenes from the personal and professional life of Jack Stodghill
The Rough Old Stuff By Dick Stodghill
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Sixteen of Dick Stodghill's stories published in Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine from 1979 thru 1985. Includes stories featuring protagonists ranging from private eyes and hardened criminals to a... More > naughty little girl, an invalid flat on his back in bed and a dog named Blackie.< Less
Midland Murders By Dick Stodghill
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Eight stories from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine plus one from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Includes the complete Hal Blinn-Grady Driscoll series and the highly acclaimed "A Debt to Be... More > Paid."< Less
Volume 1 Jack Eddy Stories By Dick Stodghill
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Eight stories from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Jack Eddy, a man driven to succeed, is an assistant manager of the Akron branch of Wellington's National Detective Agency, circa 1938. This... More > collection was granted a Thrillie Award from Thrilling Detective as best of 2006.< Less
Volume 2 Jack Eddy Stories By Dick Stodghill
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The second eight stories featuring private detective Jack Eddy in a series set in Akron, Ohio, circa 1938. The stories first published in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine are: A Policy for Murder,... More > Death on the Devil Strip, Nightmare on North Hill, The Phantom of Johnnycake Lock, Mayhem on Market Street, Switchback, The Survivor of the Storms, Panic on Portage Path.< Less
Volume 2 Jack Eddy Stories By Dick Stodghill
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The second eight stories featuring private detective Jack Eddy in a series set in Akron, Ohio, circa 1938. The stories first published in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine are: A Policy for Murder,... More > Death on the Devil Strip, Nightmare on North Hill, The Phantom of Johnnycake Lock, Mayhem on Market Street, Switchback, The Survivor of the Storms, Panic on Portage Path.< Less
Midland Murders By Dick Stodghill
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Eight stories from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine plus one from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Includes the complete Hal Blinn-Grady Driscoll series and the highly acclaimed "A Debt to Be... More > Paid."< Less
Volume 1 Jack Eddy Stories By Dick Stodghill
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Eight stories from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Jack Eddy, a man driven to succeed, is an assistant manager of the Akron branch of Wellington's National Detective Agency, circa 1938. This... More > collection was granted a Thrillie Award from Thrilling Detective as best of 2006.< Less
The Hoosier Hot Shots - And My Friend Gabe By Dick Stodghill
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At the height of the Great Depression three fun-loving young musicians from the flatlands of Central Indiana began broadcasting a fifteen minute daily radio show on WOWO in Fort Wayne. Veterans of... More > the vaudeville circuits, they performed without pay to promote local appearances for $15 per night. The show quickly drew a large following and this led to an opportunity to join the WLS National Barn Dance in Chicago. Their happy, sometimes zany antics proved to be exactly what a Depression-weary country needed. The line that began many of their songs, "Are you ready, Hezzie?" became part of the American lexicon. The Hoosier Hot Shots went on to make hundreds of phongraph records, appear in 22 movies and have their own nationwide radio show. This account of their boy-makes-good lives includes more than 80 photos, illustrations, letters written by one of the original Hot Shots, movie highlights,a discography and more.< Less