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Re: books

Several of mine, like Hortus Third, and the 1950 edition of Joy of Cooking 
are held together by heavy rubber bands.  Rebinding is expensive, and
add to that, the pages are too fragile with age.  Searching for a used 
copy is the best bet - Amazon is pretty good at that.  In my case, I figure
they'll last as long as I do.

In a message dated 01/11/2005 10:30:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
BTW - what do you-all do when bindings give out?  I haven't checked yet but 
assume a rebinding service would be pretty expensive.

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