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“The Hartley Horn Drawings” Publication is now available!

August 25, 2010 by  
Filed under Message from the Guildmaster

The Rebben Smith Horn, an excerpt from "The Hartley Horn Drawings."

It is with great pride that I am able to present to our members and the general public the publication of the Honourable Company of Horners, “The Hartley Horn Drawings.”

I can remember part of its beginning at our annual meeting banquet in Deerfield, MA., March 2007, when Frank Willis collected monies to start the project.

On Page 79 of the publication all sponsors plus individuals, institutions and organizations who contributed to its content are listed. Thanks to all.

In addition, I would like to personally thank the following members for their many hours of dedication which made this happen, Gary LaGuire, John Proud, Frank Willis and Russell Young. I am sure that they are feeling self gratification and a sure sense of relief.

This publication is now officially available for purchase.  Bill Scurlock of Scurlock Publishing has made that possible. Please follow this link to Scurlock Publishing where you can order the book online.

This is a must have book for all horners and copies are limited.

Sincerely,

Ed Long
HCH Guildmaster

Comments

10 Responses to ““The Hartley Horn Drawings” Publication is now available!”
  1. Ron Vail says:

    The Hartley book is fantastic. Another reason to be proud to be a member of the HCH.

  2. Karl F. Schubert says:

    Good Morning….I just received the Hartly Book in the mail. It has been well worth the wait. I was impressed to see the proofs at Gettysburg a year ago and patiently awaited the first printing. My compliments to all involved ….Excellent job….My thanks…..Karl F. Schubert

  3. We are absolutely delighted with the book!  Thank you John Proud, et al, for bringing this to fruition.
    Dawn Lamphere
    Director
    Margaret Reaney Memorial Library
    St. Johnsville

  4. Rich Kayser says:

    I have admired a specific horn greatly since seeing it in Grinslade’s Book.  When my copy of the Horn Book arrived, it was the impetus I needed to contact one of your members and have him construct a close replica.

    Thanks to all of you for preserving an important piece of American History.

    Rich Kayser

  5. Nona Mills says:

    Good Morning….I just received the Hartly Book in the mail. It has been well worth the wait. I was impressed to see the proofs at Gettysburg a year ago and patiently awaited the first printing. My compliments to all involved ….Excellent job….My thanks…..Karl F. Schubert

  6. Hello Ron, Thanks for the positive comment. I get my copy today and I can’t wait. For those who are reading Ron’s comment and don’t know him or his work, check out his website at http://www.ronvailpowderhorns.com. Rick

  7. Daisy Gentry says:

    Hello Ron, Thanks for the positive comment. I get my copy today and I can’t wait. For those who are reading Ron’s comment and don’t know him or his work, check out his website at http://www.ronvailpowderhorns.com. Rick

  8. Good Morning….I just received the Hartly Book in the mail. It has been well worth the wait. I was impressed to see the proofs at Gettysburg a year ago and patiently awaited the first printing. My compliments to all involved ….Excellent job….My thanks…..Karl F. Schubert

  9. Tara Schultz says:

    We are absolutely delighted with the book! Thank you John Proud, et al, for bringing this to fruition. Dawn Lamphere Director Margaret Reaney Memorial Library St. Johnsville

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