Baby Hand Knits Rembrandt Yarns 1946 Submitter: This publication from 1946 by the Wool Novelty Co., Inc. of New York, NY, came in with a very large donation of women’s handicraft magazines. Maybe because it’s Friday, I found the floating
Home Repairs Any Woman Can Do Philbin 1973 Submitter: [This] book so obviously dismisses females as able to perform home maintenance. Besides that, the book seems to contain useful information for any homeowner not exactly knowledgeable about construction, plumbing, electrical
Totem, Tipi and Tumpline: Stories of Canadian Indians Fisher and Tyner 1955, paperback edition 1975 Submitter: I am a teacher in Ontario, Canada and came across this book in the teacher resource library at our school. There is currently a
Major social problems Raab and Selznick 1959 Submitter: Considering this book was published in 1959, it is not nearly as bad as it could be. The authors take a broad view of social problems, recognizing, for example, that “Negroes” are
How to Write and Sell Confessions Feldhake 1980 Submitter: From a large public library that recently weeded the 800s/authorship how to’s. This had circed in the last 5 years, which is surprising considering that these “true confessions” magazines don’t really
The Book of Table Tennis – How to Play the Game Cowan 1972 Submitter: Recently weeded from a Public Library. An entire black and white book dedicated to how to play table tennis. There are pictures to demonstrate every type
The Harpsichord Owner’s Guide: A Manual for Buyers & Owners Kottick 1992 Submitter: Zero circs in about 9 years. Why on earth does this need to belong in a rural medium-sized library? Holly: This was published in 1992?? Was
Making Music with your Computer Trubitt (Ed.) 1993 Submitter: 2 circs in about 9 years. Good heavens, what an outdated book! Just the fact that this was published when the biggest industry buzzword was “multimedia” is enough to toss it.