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Earl Stanley Gardner, American lawyer and author of 82 mystery novels featuring his most famous character, Perry Mason, who also appeared in films and a long running TV series. Please contact the museum curator, The Rockwall County Historical Foundation, maintaining that the past should be preserved for the future, encourages the restoration, education and recognition of significant places and people, thus allowing all to enjoy the treasure that is our past.

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Publisher: Wildside Press (May 8, 2005)

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