On the shelf at the Hall of Fame


Photo courtesy of Suzanne Berardi-Gould

So you might recall my recent discovery that a copy of “Losering” had found its way into the stacks at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives, which I thought was pretty cool. Not that I’m under the illusion that the Hall of Fame is all that picky about what books they keep in there, but I still get some cheap thrills at the idea of having something with my name on it in the house.

Anyway, after posting about that the other day, I heard from Suzanne Berardi Gould, who told me she was planning to visit the Hall on an upcoming trip up to Cleveland. So I asked her to take a picture of the book on the shelf there, which she was kind enough to send along — tagged with their catalog number and in the vicinity of other tomes about Gregg Allman, Lily Allen, Bryan Adams (ha), Adele and the late great Johnny Ace. She sent that yesterday and it was an excellent little birthday present.

Yes, I truly am a dork. But you knew that.

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3 thoughts on “On the shelf at the Hall of Fame

  1. gveo

    As call numbers go, those ML 420 A333’s are pretty cute! Here’s hoping more titles populate this area, as in more authors add to the C and M variations at the third tier (or another M appears!), spoken from a library geek.

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. dmenconi

    Library geekage is cool. 🙂

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