[JHRB News] New Catalog: Books & Ephemera for October

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Tue Oct 7 11:11:43 EDT 2014


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Fall has arrived at the Cataloging Cave, and along with it a bumper 
harvest of big yellow pumpkins. The Book Elves have been working all 
summer on a project combining their love of science 
(genetically-modified pumpkins), their love of radio-controlled objects 
of any type (drone aircraft) and their love of the 4th of July holiday 
(explosions), and what better way to celebrate this year's Harvest Days 
Festival than with a big pyrotechnic show of soaring, exploding 
pumpkins?

That, at least, is the argument their lawyer is going to present at next 
Thursday's evidentiary hearing.

But before the FBI intercepted the c-4, the FAA intercepted the fleet of 
Russian military-surplus drone aircraft, and the highly-over-genetically 
modified pumpkins developed sentience, scruples and a sense of moral 
outrage, the Book Elves finished our new catalog-

Catalog 352 - A Selection of Books & Ephemera for October, 2014.

which can be viewed or downloaded as a .pdf file here ->

<http://www.joslinhall.com/Catalog352.pdf>

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