1887

Getting the Books

Every publisher has books in his warehouse that he wants the public to know about; indeed, he usually has quantities of each title which he will be glad to have displayed at book exhibitions. He may therefore be willing to lend the books for exhibition purposes; or he may want to charge them to the organisers, later crediting all those returned in mint condition and only charging for missing or damaged titles.

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