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List of people who have been personally thanked.
Kat--Bowling Green, Ohio
Emily M. Lang--Chicago, Il
Cathy Walters--Colorado Springs
Darria Hirsekorn--Edmonton, Alberta
Katie Kahle--Seneca, PA
Tanya Helton--Fort St. John
Karyn Holl--Los Gatos, CA
Claire Paulson--Iowa City
Alex Hennesy--Key West, FL
Jennifer Coy--Dallas, TX
Susan Minnicks--San Diego
Ann Kim--Boston, MA
Kelli Shipman--Bend, OR
Lili Torok--Budapest, Hungary, Europe
Kathy--Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Bart King--Portland, Oregon
Andrea Forgnone--San Diego, CA
Margaret Doolittle--Mason, Michigan
Jenn B--Washington, DC
Brian Bowrin--Richmond, Ontario
Kathleen Alvestad--Elmhurst, IL
Laura Arndt--La Crosse
Tenley Hansen--Gladstone, Missouri
Maria Gerstorfer--North Plainfield
Brenda Rankin--Fresno, CA
Renee Laux--Cazenovia, NY
Jennifer--Grand Island, NY
Elaine Gee--Sunnyvale, CA
Nadine Livingston--Raleigh, NC
Sarah Anne Schwartz Whelan Christensen--Rochester, Minnesota
Jennifer Lauchaire--Stuttgart, Germany
Jala Pfaff--Boulder, CO
Patti Whitworth--Almaty, Kazakhstan
Courtney Campbell--Middlebury, CT
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The Chicago, Boston and San Francisco installments of the Lost and Found Project are now complete. 150 books were "intentionally left" around each city by a team of 20 friends/Book Hiding Specialists. They left them in places like the freezer at grocery store, shelf at Blockbuster, in the arms of a statue. Quite a few people wrote in to share their (often serendipitous) story of where & when they found the book. Filmmaker Steve Delahoyde documented the hiding of the first batch of Chicago books in this two-minute short film.
Did you find this book?
Notes from those who found a book
Watch the Lost and Found video