If you don't already own one - you need one. http://www.bluebookinc.com/
On top of that you need a copy of the Billiard Encyclopedia. These two
reference books are invaluable for the cue industry.
Jerry Franklin learned his craft in part from and with David Kersenbrock.
Instroke Sports USA
> that their cues look very similar and I am wondering if they worked
> together at one time. I have searched all over the net and can find no
> history of either one of them. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> P.S. I am interested in all of the great cuemakers. If anyone knows of any
> sites with cumaker bios please pass them my way.