Glenn Books has been owned and managed by Frederic and Carolyn Gilhousen since 1987; however, Glenn Books has been honorably serving middle-America since 1933. Frank Glenn established the shop in Kansas City, Missouri on the Country Club Plaza. Upon his death, Ardis Glenn, his wife, carried on the business for another 25 years. We take great pride in being a part of that antiquarian bookseller history. The shop has had five locations in the last 75 years, and we are now pleased to be located at "Foxhill", our home at Lake Quivira on the west side of Kansas City. Bookshop hours are by appointment only. Glenn Books holds membership in the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers and the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America. The bookshop is actively in pursuit of fine, important and rare books for our stock. We are always interested in examining books that you might want to sell. To keep a stock of fine books to meet our clients' tastes and requests, we travel extensively, especially in Great Britain. Our stock is chosen with discrimination and care in all disciplines; however, our focus and expertise lies in 19th and 20th century American and English literature, fine printing, illustrated books, bindings and science/medicine.
Vintage Kansas City Stories: Early 20th Century Americana as Immortalized in the Kansas City Journal
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Shops and ask if they'll mentor you.
Don't get me wrong, book learning is fantastic and even the pros refer to books but that can never take the place of hands on learning.
And you either have an eye for it or you don't.
I see people wasting so much money "learning", which is another way to learn I suppose.
I made my fair share of bad buys in the beginning, we probably all do.
Dallas should have some pretty big libraries. They have excellent sections with the best books on antiques and collectibles you'll find.
Most of them are so expensive it's out of reach for the average person
A Dorm of My Own — The Dartmouth
As I enter the dorm room of Sydney Thomashow '11 (Lord 104) she offers me my pick of the Hello Kitty tattoos and a wet washcloth, scattered around German Expressionism art history books and wine glasses on her table.
Advice for mature downsizers — BigPond News
Surely a few kilos of paper plus some old shoes, handbags and now retro fashion items couldn't be taking up too much room. I suppose it would have .. big kitchen in her old home.
Virgin soldier finds love in Rachel Ward's World War I telemovie — The Australian
Weather: Sydney 12 °C - 17 °C . Late shower or two. ..
John Dough and the Cherub
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