Irelands Yearbook Reader

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Postby Steve Mills » 07/15/02 09:37 AM

I have 3 enormous vols and can't seem to find out if this is all.

From the old sticker, I assume there were only 3, but I would hate to sell them and be wrong.

Thanks
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Postby Guest » 07/15/02 01:57 PM

Hi Steve, I have three, and do believe that makes for a complete set. I sold lots of my books too, and LOVED it. But the yearbooks? Steeeeeve. No no no. I can give you a list of others that you can sell instead. But the Yearbooks?! Steeeeeeeve. No no no. Ask my friend David Regal his opinion of the Yearbooks.
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Postby Earle Oakes » 07/15/02 03:40 PM

Steve Mills, John Blaze,
What is an Ireland Yearbook Reader? I have in my library 31 Ireland Yearbooks
starting with 1934 and going through to the last one dated 1969/70.Not the samething?
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Postby Guest » 07/15/02 04:36 PM

Hi Earle,
The Yearbook readers are simply BOUND Yearbooks. Plastic comb bound. The three bound volumes collect all the Yearbooks!
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Postby Earle Oakes » 07/16/02 03:48 PM

John,

Thank you very much. I suspected as much but have not seen them.I wonder if they are bound originals or copies?

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Postby Guest » 07/16/02 04:38 PM

Hi Earle,
Mine are a bit of both. They look like they are reprints until the end of volume two. Then they are bound originals. However, that may change as time goes on!
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