National Geographic : 1912 Oct
ONCE books either overcrowded limited shelf space or empty shelves yawned and waited for books. When one bookcase overflowed, a new one was purchased, and its gaping shelves were gradually filled. That was before the Globe Wernicke "period" in bookcases. Now, books and their shelves come together. The bookcase grows apace with the library. This is the modern way of building a library. This is the Globe-Wernicke idea. "Booklover s' Shopping List"-Thislittle book lists the works of great authors and gives the prices of the same in sets. The list includes the low priced popular sets as well as the de luxe editions. Every book buyer should have a copy. Sent free with the Globe-Wernicke catalog. Address Dept. N G. C 9ob r)1tickc ?ei Cincinnati, Ohio Branch Stores: NewYork 380-382 Broadway Chicago 231-23 So. Wabash Ave. Washington 1218-20 F St., N.W. Philadelphia 1012-14 Chestnut St. Boston 91-93 Federal Street Cincinnati 128-134 FourthAve.,E.