[JHRB News] New Printed List: Books on Ceramics

Joslin Hall Rare Books, ABAA office at joslinhall.com
Mon Mar 22 07:49:42 EST 2004


Spring came to Boston with an inch or two of snow late last week, but no
matter, the Book Elves in the Cataloging Cave were out bright and early
Saturday morning to sweep the snow off the emerging daffodils and
crocuses.

But before they did they completed work on our latest printed list-
"Books on Ceramics".

This list includes some books that are so freshly catalogued that they do
not appear anywhere else, including our website.

If you would like a free copy, please send us your name and mailing
address.  And remember, that's your USPS mailing address we need, not your
emailing address.  We can't keep the Book Elves away from the post office
since that new Starbucks opened next door (ever seen a bunch of Book Elves
after about 6 high-octane espressos? It's not a pretty sight...).

-Forrest

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