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Re: Collecting

I didn't mention books - don't think of them as a collection -
just as a necessity.  Books have been our life forever - Chet's
first career was in publishing, I was orignially a librarian, and 
for the past 25 years a book indexer.  In addition to our own
piles of books, we inherited Chet's older half-brother's library -
he was a Wordsworth scholar and professor at Ohio State
University.  And a pretty respectable record collection - classical
and jazz, but no hip-hop.

In a message dated 07/28/2005 5:46:13 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:
Books seem to be a common thread here.  It has come up before.   I am not
much of a reader, I am more into reference.  Somehow books are a comfort, a

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