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Keep Feldman's Books

From: domainremoved <Alan>
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:22:59 -0700

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Dear commissioners, council members and others.

In your discussion of downtown Menlo Park buildings, I hope that you will find a way to keep Feldman's Books as part of our cultural heritage.

I am a 51 year resident of Palo Alto, and have known of the Feldman family since the earliest days of Menlo Park and Palo Alto library book sales. I am a book collector, and often go to Feldman's Books in search of cultural treasures (i.e. used books that cannot be found anywhere else in libraries or online).

Their store is unique to this area with the expansive and extensive collection of books under one roof available to anyone who walks in the door. Public libraries do not have these older books, and the more extensive Stanford library system charges a fee just to access their libraries.

Please preserve our reading cultural heritage, and find a way to keep Feldman's Books in Menlo Park.

Thank you

Dr. Alan Cooper
Palo Alto

Received on Thu Oct 17 2019 - 11:14:48 PDT

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