Bottom-Up Marketing Ries & Trout 1989 This was recently weeded from my very own library – a medium-sized public library. Al Ries and Jack Trout are important business men. One could even argue that their books are “core” titles for
How you can use inflation to beat the IRS Anderson 1981 Believe it or not, I found this book in a public library collection. The number of public libraries still holding this title is quite shocking. As a former accountant,
The Small Business Resource Guide: Federal, State, Private Braddock Communications 1996 Submitter: This came across my desk today to get re-cataloged, and I’m pretty sure it’s going to the circular file. I’m guessing that the information available on the loan
You Can Find Uranium A non-technical guide written in plain understandable language Weiss and Orlandi 1948 Finally, all our financial woes can be solved with this DIY uranium mining book. Get yourself a geiger counter and get busy. It’s the Atomic
Chinchilla Pelt and Herd Improvement Clement J. DeChant 1956, revised 1959 Submitter: This was the only book on chinchillas in the pet section of the [Public] Library. It has been checked out twice, both in 1970. I’m pretty confident that no
Flowing Gold The Romance of Oil Floherty 1957 This book seems to be written with the cooperation of the oil industry, specifically Standard Oil. There are lots of pictures of impressive refineries and pumps. There is nothing about environmental issues.
How to Get Rich in Mail Order Powers 1980 Wow. Just wow. Think this still has merit in the small public library? No one has weeded this yet. We could make an endless list of all the things that are
Extra Cash For Kids Belliston and Hanks 1982 This book arrived complete with dirty cover, pages missing and a many pages were underlined and marked. So easy decision is to weed it because it is in awful condition. If I