Books

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  1. America's Membership Libraries

    America's Membership Libraries

    $42.00

    This lavishly illustrated collection of sixteen essays highlights membership libraries throughout the US, including Cincinnati's own Mercantile Library. Learn More
  2. At The Center by Robert C. Vitz

    At The Center by Robert C. Vitz

    $30.00

    An engaging, thoroughly researched history of the Mercantile Library's first 175 years. Learn More
  3. Breathing in Africa by Buck Niehoff

    Breathing in Africa by Buck Niehoff

    $25.00

    A fast-paced adventure tale of a father and son's climb up Mt. Kilmanjaro. Learn More
  4. Brilliance And Balderdash by Dale Patrick Brown

    Brilliance And Balderdash by Dale Patrick Brown

    $32.00

    Utterly charming, scrupulously researched narrative of the first hundred years of lectures at the Mercantile Library. Learn More
  5. Jammu Mail by Buck Niehoff

    Jammu Mail by Buck Niehoff

    $14.99

    During the 2008 world-wide anti-Chinese protests for Tibetan independence, a retired Cincinnati businessman, in this novel, reluctantly attempts to deliver a secret message from the U.S. government to the Dalai Lama at this home in the mountains of northern India. Starting at the pro-Tibet demonstrations on the Left Bank in Paris, his chaotic journey takes him to the New Delhi Railroad Station, where he boards the Jammu Mail Train. He is pursued by an anti-Chinese radical who wants to prevent the message from reaching the Dalai Lama. This lively story moves from the private office of a U.S. Senator to the Dalai Lama's bungalow and ends at The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. Learn More
  6. Literary Cincinnati: The Missing Chapter by Dale Patrick Brown

    Literary Cincinnati: The Missing Chapter by Dale Patrick Brown

    $26.00

    Literary Cincinnati: The Missing Chapter by Dale Patrick Brown Learn More
  7. Winning Cincinnati by Buck Niehoff

    Winning Cincinnati by Buck Niehoff

    $25.00

    A chronicle of Cincinnati’s role as a barometer of Republican Party presidential hopes going back to the 19th century. Learn More

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