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Old 04-24-2017, 08:47 PM
pmwgreen pmwgreen is offline
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I think my oldest is a 1920's edition of Twilight of the Gods by Richard Garnett, a sort gift book edition with gold edges,

You know, if you just want to read the books, or even just look at them, the internet has made that almost too simple. When I was young two of my favorite books were collections of Sam Loyd puzzles edited by Martin Gardner. He constantly would refer to Loyd's Cyclopedia as his source, but that book was long out of print and unobtainable. Until a few years ago. The illustrations are a hoot. And off color.

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