[JHRB News] Fire & Ice - new printed catalog available

Joslin Hall Rare Books, ABAA office at joslinhall.com
Tue Sep 12 08:15:38 EDT 2006

The last dregs of Summer linger around Foggygates and the Book Elves cling
to their lawn chairs every afternoon, resolutely sipping ice-cold lemonade
even as the sun sinks behind the trees and the temps dip into the 40s.
Evening cookouts are no longer as much about cooking food as keeping warm,
which may have given them the idea for our latest printed catalog...

        FIRE & ICE  -Catalog 282

is now available. It features a selection of books on two diverse yet
oddly-related topics- the use of fire and the use of ice in everyday life.
Books and other materials on fireplaces, lighting devices, fire-making
tools, as well as ice harvesting, icy foods and pastimes, and the making
and use of ice for refrigeration are all included.

We have printed copies available (if you would like one, please remember
to send us your mailing address), and the catalog is also posted on the


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