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[BKARTS] Harcourt Bindery

Peter,  do you have any information on where Harcourt is going to ?  Please
tell us they are going to remain in the Boston area.

Mary Taylor 

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> Date:    Thu, 4 Jan 2007 17:09:14 -0500
> From:    "Peter D. Verheyen" <verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Items for sale from Harcourt Binder, Boston, MA
> Harcourt Bindery has been at its present location for over 20
> years.  Goldman Sachs has bought out building and several others in
> our area to convert to luxury condos.  Among other things, we are
> beginning to do some housekeeping, and will be placing a number of
> items on ebay, including tools, and small equipment under the rubric
> "Modrid."  Almost all items will be sold with no reserve.  People
> interested in larger equipment which is for sale should contact me
> directly because of the freight issue.  These items include job
> backers, standing book presses and larger table presses, a jacques
> shears (32 inch), and other things.  The move will occur in the spring.
> With best wishes for the New Year,
> Sam Ellenport
> Harcourt Bindery, Inc
> 51 Melcher Street
> Boston, MA 02210
> 617-542-5858
> fax: 617-451-9058
> <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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