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The rural lit rally library, 2012 part 3. Holdings of the rural lit rally library. As part of our mission to preserve these works and revive interest in and appreciation for them on many levels, the Rural Lit RALLY initiative has amassed a collection of approximately 105 volumes.

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holdings of the rural lit rally library
Holdings of the rural lit rally library
  • As part of our mission to preserve these works and revive interest in and appreciation for them on many levels, the Rural Lit RALLY initiative has amassed a collection of approximately 105 volumes.
  • Whenever possible, we have purchased first edition, signed copies. We have been fortunate to have had some of the new material donated to us by the authors themselves, notably Linda Hasselstromand David Pichaske.
  • Some of the books carry additional gift inscriptions, interesting in and of themselves.
  • We believe the books have value on multiple levels, from the educational aspects of history, politics, language arts, and science, to the artistic levels of the paper and typeface used at varying times over the century, as well as the cover art.
  • The oldest volume in the collection is Rose Terry Cooke’s Somebody’s Neighbors, published in 1881, with 80 of our books having been published prior to 1966. The remaining 25 or so works span the period of 1966 up through 2012.
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