[JHRB News] Our New JULY Catalog -Books on Antiques & Art

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Tue Jun 14 15:33:44 EDT 2011


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Ah, Spring! For the Book Elves that means its time to dig out the grill &
beer cooler and spend pleasant, balmy evenings passed out in the half-dug
garden amidst a welter of beer cans and potted tomato seedlings. It also
means, regrettably, Spring Cleaning. As part of that ritual this year, the
book Elves decided to re-organize the private library in the Cataloging
Cave, which is variously described as being somewhere between “a
gabajillion” and “umpty bazillion” volumes. Being Book Elves, the
“re-organization” consisted of moving every single book one bookcase to
the left.

But before they were lost to sight under mounds of hardcovers, softcovers,
leather-covers and no-covers, the Book Elves finished our latest catalog-

CATALOG 338: RECENT ACQUISITIONS for JULY:
Books on the Fine and Decorative Arts, Antiques,
Design & related subjects.

You can see the entire catalog,
with illustrations, on our website =>

<http://www.joslinhall.com/Catalog338.htm>


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on the decorative and fine arts & design

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