Applied Secretarial Practice Gregg 1968 Typewriters? Dictation? “The Scrubbed and Shining Look”? I can see certain university libraries hanging on to a copy of this for historical purposes. Gregg is, after all, the guru of all things secretarial. I can
Your First Car Fremon 1981 “Hey, Suzie, great sweater!” “Thanks, George. Groovy car!” “She’s all mine! Paid for her with my checks from the roller skating rink.” “Totally tubular!” Weed it, please. Holly
Clotheshanger Projects James & Shinn 1979 What, you ask, can you make with these glooooorious clothes hangers? According to the book cover, “101 Fun and Useful Things!” Such as? That goofy woman’s face-thing in the second picture is calling to me.
Young Living Clayton 1959 This could be a fun book to browse…at a museum or archive of some sort. Sadly, there are quite a few public libraries listed in WorldCat that still have this book on their shelves. I love
Looking Forward to Being Attacked Bullard 1977 Submitter: Talk about putting a positive light on something bad, Looking Forward to Being Attacked was written by Lt. Jim Bullard from the Memphis Police Department. It was published in 1977. I included
Everything You Need to Know About Street Gangs Stark 1992 Submitter: The first portion of the book introduces kids to the concept of gangs by telling the story of Johnny Boston, a boy who moved to a new city and fell
You can trust the communists (to do exactly as they say!) Schwarz 1960 Fellow library comrades: I know I will hear from everyone about how this is an important piece of culture and we should never weed this kind of material.
Jewish Chess Masters on Stamps Berkovich and Divinsky 2000 If your library or your community has a very (VERY) active stamp collecting society, this might be an acceptable choice for your library. Even then, it is very obscure! There’s nothing wrong