A Library in the Basement
Dorie Sternberg recalls the trials of hosting an open library.
In the basement where we had our store office, we also made a library. It was an open library, so we lost a lot of books. It was hard to lock it up. Eventually we did, but we did—because what I would do when a new book came out, a new catalogue or something, I would get one for the library. So we had fantastic things. Some of them are still there. Some of them are in somebody's closet, or somebody's bookshelf.