Monthly Archives: March 2015

Mystery Monday: Marriage and Mythology

Today, a Mystery Monday guest post from Rayna Andrews, who works for the Gotham Book Mart Project at Penn Libraries. The Gotham Book Mart was a famous New York City bookstore from 1920-2007, and when it closed the thousands of … Continue reading

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A Book Fit for Two Kings

Note:  After this blog was posted additional research suggests that this book may not, in fact, have belonged to Henry VIII or Edward VI.  Henry VIII’s arms on the binding are made with the kind of stamp commonly used by … Continue reading

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