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Enjoy the book everyone. I certainly did.
 
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== Ordering the Book ==
 
'''THE CUSTOM-BILT PIPE STORY, by William E. Unger, Jr., Ph.D'''  
 
'''THE CUSTOM-BILT PIPE STORY, by William E. Unger, Jr., Ph.D'''  
 
Available from the author [http://www.naspc.org/bookform.pdf (order from)]. 263 pages, plastic spiral bound, 87 illustrations: pipe photographs and reproductions of rare ads and catalogs. Chapter One: The Companies; Chapter Two: The People; Chapter Three: The Pipes; A carefully researched history of these increasingly collectible pipes, from their beginning, with Tracy Mincer in 1929, to their last manufacture in 1998. A guide to the names and distinguishing features of the many different variations. Reviews by [http://www.naspc.org/esserman.htm Richard Esserman], and [http://www.naspc.org/soderman.htm Tony Soderman].
 
Available from the author [http://www.naspc.org/bookform.pdf (order from)]. 263 pages, plastic spiral bound, 87 illustrations: pipe photographs and reproductions of rare ads and catalogs. Chapter One: The Companies; Chapter Two: The People; Chapter Three: The Pipes; A carefully researched history of these increasingly collectible pipes, from their beginning, with Tracy Mincer in 1929, to their last manufacture in 1998. A guide to the names and distinguishing features of the many different variations. Reviews by [http://www.naspc.org/esserman.htm Richard Esserman], and [http://www.naspc.org/soderman.htm Tony Soderman].

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