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In 1932, owner and native Bostonian Mark S. Kramer opened up this shop with no more than $300 in his back pocket, creating an unofficial local landmark. Once per season, they open their storage warehouse in Somerville for a massive sale of stacks upon stacks of used and bargain books.

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In 1932, owner and native Bostonian Mark S. Kramer opened up this shop with no more than $300 in his back pocket, creating an unofficial local landmark. Once per season, they open their storage warehouse in Somerville for a massive sale of stacks upon stacks of used and bargain books.