[JHRB News] New Printed Catalog this weekend
Joslin Hall Rare Books, ABAA
office at joslinhall.com
Thu Apr 1 20:44:12 EST 2004
Oh my. The Book Elves in the Cataloging Cave are depondent about Red Sox
All-Star shortstop Nomar Garciapara being placed in the Disabled List for
the start of the season, and Trot Nixon is out with back spasms...
however, Life goes on (hey, we have a contract with the Book Elves...).
All work will stop this Sunday for Opening Day (candles, tea, incense,
popcorn) BUT, before they went over the edge and began chanting "Nomar...
Nomar... Nomar..." the Book Elves got together a brand new catalog, a Big
One this time, called-
READY FOR SPRING...
& other interesting bookS
FOR APRIL-MAY, 2004
containing 165 books, mainly on the decorative and fine arts, social
history, trades, ancient arts, and related subjects.
If you want a free copy, please send us your *mailing* address (not email,
the email elves are on strike this week).
JOSLIN HALL RARE BOOKS, ABAA
Fine books of the 16th-20th centuries
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