SEMINAR: COLLECTING BOOKS WITHOUT LOSING YOUR SANITY
The E-Sylum (11/21/2010)
In addition to being the Assistant Librarian at the American Numismatic Society, I am the founder of C & P Bibliography Services, a company devoted to helping collectors manage their book collections. On December 7th I will be co-hosting (with Ryan Payne, financial planner, and Burt Fendelman, attorney) a seminar on "Collecting Books Without Losing Your Sanity" in New York City.
We would like to extend an invitation to the readers of the The E-Sylum to attend the event. I think many of the E-Sylum readers might find the seminar interesting, and we would love to meet (or see again) some of the numismatic bibliophiles in New York City and surrounding areas.
The event is at 5:30 on Tuesday, December 7 in the American Numismatic Society's conference room. RSVP is required. The invitation is available online at www.cpbibliography.com/Seminar_invitation_Dec07.pdf .
By the way, I was curious about the cozy library pictured in the event brochure. I asked Jared and learned the picture is of the Thomas Hughes Library in Rugby, Tennessee, a nineteenth-century utopian colony. There's a another, black and white image on the Wikipedia page about the colony: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugby,_Tennessee . -Editor