[JHRB News] Newsletter for November 17th, 2004

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Wed Nov 17 10:59:55 EST 2004

SPEAKING of Books...

The Joslin Hall Rare Books Newsletter
  November 17th, 2004

This is going to be a very short Newsletter, simply intended to let you all 
know that we have just updated our "Just Catalogued" pages on the website.

- - - - - NEW ON THE WEBSITE - - - - -
    "Just Catalogued" Pages Updated!


Furniture, silver, glass and pearls,
costumes, treen, those art nouveau swirls,
Pepper & Pirates, Ohio silver,
The Bay & the River and Duncan Miller;
painting on walls, and Chinese ceramics,
Pairpoint lamps, steaming Yankees gone frantic;
Italian furniture (practically put),
a fifteenth-century cookery book;
Miniatures, baskets, John Marshall Phillips,
Japanning & varnishing, please, tell me, will it...
be Rookwood pottery or antique paste jewelry,
that puts an end to all of this foolery?
Not to mention the furniture of Georgia, Ohio,
the Pilgrims, Virginia, Cincinnati and (my, Oh-
I neglected to tell of the Venetian mosaics...
in favor of subjects more staid and prosaic.
Suffice it to say our Just Catalgued pages
have been re-stuffed and re-buffed
for you scholars and sages,
so come one and come all
visit our cy-ber shelves,
and see the latest production
of those hard-working Book Elves.


That's going to do it for today. We'll have regular, longer Newsletter next 


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