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    • Holly Hollyson

      Sometimes dusty and dingy places are good places. The smell of old books were and still are... An important part of my life. It reminds me of my dad and his dad before him. A voracious appetite for words. Words strung together into common sense or creative thought. Sometimes spiritual but often not. I love the smell of old book stores. I love dusty and dingy places.

    • Shab

      I love the smell of old book stores. This is heaven for me.

    • valerie pica

      Dream future house!

    • Hana Telige

      dream library | book stacks | heaven in a bookstore

    • Amanda Rimmer

      I loved this place so much. Best bookstore in the whole world. Salem MA

    • Ruth Cramby

      This will be my library one day.

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