15+ Odd And Overly Specific 20th Century Non-Fiction Books
Our friends at Flashbak have struck again, this time combing the nation’s libraries and compiling a list of the weirdest non-fiction they could find. The tomes range from obscure hobbies to technical manuals to political manifestos to just plain bizarre. We’re left wondering who would possibly think to write these books, who would publish them, and who would ever check them out of the library. It turns out there really is a book for everything.
2 & 3. CB for Christians; Hawaii on 10 Cents a Day (1970-71 Edition)
4. Bridge Conventions
5 & 6. Rust & Rot and What to Do About Them; United States Stamps & Stories
7. Dinghy Management