Page 6, 23rd June 1939

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BOOKS WANTED

SIR,—The Catholic Worker Bookshop, Croydon, has now been open three weeks. and is doing nicely, thank you. Sale of new books, pamphlets and reviews has so far been encouragingly high, That may be because the shop, with its bright red front and large yellow cross on the stone façade, doesn't let Croydon people forget that it's there. We have at present one big need: second-hand books. Our stock in the second-hand section is low. If any of your readers have any books which could conceivably be of use to a C.W. bookshop we would be most grateful for them. We could arrange to collect them from any place in London or the Home Counties—unless you prefer to send them by post or carrier to the shop.

For the C.W. Group, Croydon, PETUR THOMPSON. Catholic Worker Bookshop, 96, Station Road, West Croydon, Stirrey.




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