National Trust for Historic Preservation
There’s a simple reason why the 19th- and 20th-century letterpress printing equipment in the Print Shop and Bindery at Santa Fe, New Mexico’s Palace of the Governors, is in such excellent condition: It’s still in use.
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Eyes, brains, babies, and Marilyn Monroe: 33 surreal and bizarre Philip K. Dick covers.
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Why the art of Edward Gorey, born today in 1925, seems so timeless despite being rooted in the iconography of the start of the previous century.
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Albert Camus vs. Jean-Paul Sartre, Gabriel García Márquez vs. Mario Vargas Llosa, and more: 25 legendary literary feuds, ranked.
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A is for Alibi is not just a great read, it’s a great collector’s edition! This edition is a true first in near fine condition. This alibi might not get you out of trouble, but it will be great addition to your library!