September 21, 2009

Kessinger Publishes Rare Books (like Aunt Emarel's and F. Canuti's)

Frank discovered that he can purchase a new copy of his grandfather's book, The Siege And Fall Of Constantinople: The Last Roman Struggle In The East (1887) by Felidio F. Canuti (also known as Frank Canuti). It seems some enterprising publishers are using technology to copy old out-of-print books and make them available again.

I looked up Kessinger Publishing and found that they have also republished my great-aunt Emarel's vegetarian cookbook, The Golden Rule Cookbook: Six Hundred Recipes For Meatless Dishes (1910). Her name is listed as Maud Russell Lorraine Sharpe, although she later used the last name of her second husband, Kurt Freshel.

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