[JHRB News] New Printed Catalog- Art & Decorative Arts, Architecture
Joslin Hall Rare Books
office at joslinhall.com
Tue Oct 17 09:23:56 EDT 2006
Fall has arrived at Foggygates and the gold and red maple leaves are
falling thick and fast on the lawn. The Book Elves quit work in the
Cataloging Cave early every afternoon to go out and rake them into huge
piles on tarps and then drag them back into the woods. That's the second
way they get rid of leaves. The first involved half a dozen vacuum cleaners
they picked up "cheap" on Ebay and about 3,000 feet of heavy-duty extension
cord. But before they blew out every fuse in the house and got themselves
featured on an upcoming installment of the cable show "Don't Try This at
Home", they finished our new printed catalog-
"RECENT ACQUISITIONS AND OTHER INTERESTING BOOKS ON ANTIQUES AND THE ARTS
for FALL, 2006" features more than 220 books and catalogs on furniture,
glass, ceramics, silver, textiles, art, and related topics.
Please let us know if you would like a printed copy.
You can also browse it on our website-
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JOSLIN HALL RARE BOOKS
Fine books of the 16th-20th centuries
on the decorative and fine arts & design
Post Office Box 239
Northampton, Massachusetts 01060 USA
telephone (413) 247-5080
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