• A sign of Spring

    The first robin spotted in 2021, on February 13th.  
  • Here's why our many bird feeders go empty

    They're deer feeders.
  • Tooting our own horn

    Regarding my recent order---Yorktown's Captive Fleet---the book arrived today (2/6), having been order on 2/2. From New York to New Mexico in just ...
  • Haaswurth Books Discovers Dinosaur Remains in Broome County, New York

    While driving on a remote wooded road near Oquaga Lake on October 17th, 2020, the intrepid Haaswurth Books Duo discovered the remains of dinosaurs ...
  • Program for John Alexander Dowie's 1903 Meetings in New York City

    This is a rare item and it sold quickly.  We thought we would post it here on our blog for you intrepid researchers who might want to have a look a...
  • Our trip to Maine, August 2020

    Photos from our 2020 trip to Maine.
  • Swainson's Hawk on our property

    This is a bird we don't usually see in upstate New York.  Its primary territory is the western plains of North America, from Texas to the Yukon.  W...
  • Presbyteriana List, April 2020

    Hi folks, here is a link to the pdf of our Presbyterian inventory.
  • 1744 Boston imprint, Thomas Prince, The Christian History

    We recently sold this volume and would like to keep an online record of it.  Prince, Thomas. The Christian History, containing Accounts of the Rev...
  • The critters are on the move - spring will be here soon.

    I the last week we've seen deer, turkeys, a skunk, a woodchuck, and have heard robins.  Spring is on the way here in upstate New York.
  • Early Coptic Illuminated Bibles

    A friend visiting Cairo sent us these pictures of manuscript Bibles.  
  • Reformed Man Deeply Suspicious Of Any Book Less Than 200 Years Old

    Reformed Man Deeply Suspicious Of Any Book Less Than 200 Years Old :)