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Frank A. Gardner, M.D., author of the Gardner books, editor of The Massachusetts Magazine, and more.

We have both his paternal and maternal tree filled in (profile focus) and are working on editing for format (sources, et al) plus completeness.

His maternal tree was accomplished by using his personal notes (ca 1907).

posted by John M. Switlik
This isn't in fact "on" his profile; it's a set of images associated with him, and this is how Wikitree chooses to display them. Be nice to be able to tweak that display -- as far as I'm aware you can't. Tiled thumbnails or something would be good.

That said, you're right -- there's no need at all to have a copy to all of this on wikitree -- better to have a source link to it (or multiple links if relevant) on .

But if the book is an accurate genealogy, I'd suggest keeping the title page. The typesetting is attractive, it has a cool old book look; it's crammed with information about his genealogy, and it alerts the casual newcomer to this guy's gatewayness, and the fact that such books EXIST at all.

posted by Patricia Hawkins
Source: Gardner, Frank Augustine. Thomas Gardner, Planter (Cape Ann, 1623-1626; Salem, 1626-1674) and Some of Descendants: Salem, Massachusetts, Essex Institute, 1907.
posted by Alison Andrus