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Re: Paste Papers


A quick keyword search of the Library of Congress listings=20

(at http://catalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=3Dlocal&PAGE=3DkbSearch=

shows aproximately 10, 000 books dealing with "Paste Papers". Each title =
in the results list is a hyperlink to the page containing the complete =
bibliographic inofrmation for that title. You will be able to find the =
information on almost every book published in the US.

Another place on the "Net to check is the "American Book Exchange", or =

(at http://www.abebooks.com )

There are more than 24 million books from over 7,000 book sellers.

I am connected with Abebooks in no way other than as a satisfied user of =
their search service. As an example I had heard that my great-uncle, an =
Orthopaedic Surgeon, had published 3 or 4 books, contributed chapters to =
others and had edited some more. I have found 4 of the titles I was =
looking for at ABE's website.

Just passing on some information,

Randall W. Ober
Librarian, Boyce Campus
Community College of Allegheny County
Allegheny County, PA

martha hall wrote:

>   In the last few weeks I've been browsing through many of my books =
> in Maine, treat) and know I came across a reference to a book published =
> the 40's on paste paper.  Now I can't find the reference, and wonder if =
> rings a bell with anyone.  (It sure would be easier to track down the =
> if I knew the title or author, in other words.)  Thanks, Martha Hall

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