Hi there. Nothing special to recreate Pliny Chase. The information from your subpage User:Doctorhook/Pliny Chase should work just fine. In improving your article you can create references using citations to sources. You can read more at Wikipedia:Citing sources. Regards, Merovingian (T, C, L) 23:05, 3 February 2010 (UTC)
Saw your note on the talk page. The deletion was just straightforward vandalism. Next time you see something like that, there is no need to wait a week, just revert it straight away. By the way, a much easier and cleaner way of reverting multiple consecutive edits like that is to use the history to roll back to the last good version. As well as being easier, it is also safer than restoring one bit at a time because you are then sure to have got it all. Also by the way, looking in the history is a good idea anyway because a genuine editor will always leave an edit summary giving a reason if they delete a large chunk of text. SpinningSpark 00:54, 5 April 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for the vote of confidence! I tried to roll back using the history, but it wouldn't let me --- I think someone else had done a conflicting edit in the meantime. Whatever. Anyway, thanks! --Doctorhook (talk) 00:32, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
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