- I think this one will work. Computers!!!!!!!!!
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To: Neale M Albert/PaulWeiss@PaulWeiss
Subject: Miniature Book
Easier crash mark: the Soho reception for XS Libris, and exhibit of
miniature books from the collection of Neale M. Albert, including a
4,000-year-old Babylonian clay tablet and the world's smallest book (0.9
millimeters). Mr. Albert, a mergers-and-acquisitions lawyer by day,
presides over a Miniature Book Society with about 400 members, including
his wife Margaret. She's not as crazy as I am," he said. Every year
they gather in a convention - or a "conclave," as it's known in
miniature-book circles - and talk about their curious hobby. It all
started when Mr. Albert (who is also, naturally, a dollhouse enthusiast)
was trying to fill the teeny-weeny shelves inside a replica of the
library at Cliveden House, the manor outside of London where the Profumo
political scandal took place. Asked to explain his obsession, he said
simply, There's something about small."
The New York
November 19, 2001
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