If someone offers you an Isaac Newton first edition, please return it: Theft at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Library
Oh, good. According to Marylynne Pitz of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, in that city, 314 items have been stolen from the Carnegie Library’s rare books room. Making it more difficult to catch the thief is this fact:… Read more »
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