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

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Tue Sep 15 08:16:43 EDT 2015

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September is harvest time in the Valley and the Book Elves have been 
putting in many long, hard hours this month, toiling sundown to sunup, 
to bring in the harvest. Yeah, I thought "sundown to sunup" on the memo 
they sent me was a typo too, and then I remembered that the Book Elves 
did not actually plant a garden this year. Everybody else did- the 
neighbors certainly did. Everybody in the Valley planted gardens, 
gardens which were bursting with ripening produce in August, and were 
left suddenly and curiously barren of produce in September- at exactly 
the same time the Book Elves started staying out all night, and the 
Cataloging Cave's closets began to fill up with unexplainable quantities 
of squash, pumpkins, melons, and all sorts of other good stuff. I 
personally see no connection between those events, and that's what I 
told the police when they came around yesterday morning asking 
questions. It's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

But before the Book Elves began searching the internet for plausible 
alibis, they finished our latest catalog-

CATALOG #356: A Selection of Books & Ephemera for September, 2015

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

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Fine books of the 16th-20th centuries
on the decorative and fine arts & design

Post Office Box 239
Northampton, Massachusetts 01061 USA
telephone (413) 247-5080



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