nytimes.com This incredible library near Kent, Connecticut houses a reported 58,000 volumes, mostly first edition mysteries. It is owned
Rockwell Kent Moby Dick, first trade edition.
"Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut" • photo: Jack Delano via The Library of Congress
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this is the coffee shop near audubon owned by the lovely hansens.
The Walker Library of the History of Human Imagination is a private library located in Ridgefield, Connecticut. The 3,600 sq. ft. private facility contains more than 50,000 volumes including thousands of landmark books and museum-level artifacts. The architecture is a multi-level, maze-like setting, inspired in part by the paradoxical spaces depicted by artist M.C. Escher.
The library space is scattered with historical artifacts like an
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