Re: [historic-sanford-nc] Re: Pezzoni book
Thank you so very much for following up on this for
all of us. This is fantastic news.
I hope the RR House prints up several spares, as I'm
sure they would sell quite a few over time from the
museum as well.
....very exciting news indeed!
--- aprilamontgomery <amontgomery@...>
> Thanks for the great response on this! I was able__________________________________________________
> to get up with
> someone at the Railroad House and they think the
> book would be $50
> reprinted. So let's say $55 since they haven't
> spoken with the
> printer about this in atleast five years. It won't
> be immediate, but
> I'm hoping to get them to do the reprint before next
> year's Lee County
> Centennial - where I think there'll be lots of
> opportunities to sell
> these reprints.
> If you are NO LONGER interested due to the price,
> please let me know.
> Otherwise, I'm keeping you on the list.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
> <amontgomery@...> wrote:
> > All - If anyone is interested in purchasing a copy
> of the Lee County
> > Architecture book by Dan Pezzoni please let me
> know. It's out of
> > print and I've been trying to convince them to
> re-print it. I gave
> > them a list of a half-dozen individuals who wanted
> to purchase and
> > they stated they need pre-orders for approx. 50
> before they can
> > justify the cost on re-printing the book. So, if
> you're interested
> > please let me know.
> > April
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- That is interesting.
It's funny how things make their way around isn't it?
--- David <graffixjones@...> wrote:
> I got my copy of the Pezzoni book today, and inside____________________________________________________________________________________
> the front cover is a label stating that
> it was from the library of Dan H. Stout, who I
> assume is the son of J.W. Stout, the builder
> of many of the historic Sanford buildings (he has
> made many references in margin notes).
> The book is really interesting, though I've mainly
> just scanned over the photos and read
> the captions so far, I haven't actually gotten into
> reading it yet.
> Just thought I'd share that bit of info.
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