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We are performing elemental abundances of sharp-lined metallic-lined stars and normal late A through middle F stars using 2.4 Å mm−1 photographic region spectrograms taken with the coudé spectrograph of the 1.4-m telescope of the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory. Our initial studies of the Am stars 15 Vul and 32 Aqr and the normal stars θ Cyg (F4 V) and ɩ Psc (F7 V) showed that the elemental abundances of the normal stars were close to solar while 15 Vul shows smaller abundance anomalies than does 32 Aqr. These analyses are being done consistently with SJA’s studies of the HgMn and hotter normal stars.