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Small Bookstores in Ann Arbor: Common Language & Aunt Agatha's, April 1995

Small Bookstores in Ann Arbor: Common Language & Aunt Agatha's, April 1995 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1995
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Jamie Agnew, left, Kelly, center, Robin and 1-year-old Robert Agnew, right, in the Agnews' Aunt Agatha's Book Shop on Fourth Street in Ann Arbor. Kelly operates the Common Language book store next door. The new Borders and Barnes & Noble stores have forced smaller stores like Agatha's and Common Language to band together to compete.

Aunt Agatha's: Jamie, Robin, and Margaret Agnew, October 1992

Aunt Agatha's: Jamie, Robin, and Margaret Agnew, October 1992 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1992
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Jamie, right, and Robin Agnew (shown with their daughter, Margaret) have opened a bookstore called Aunt Agatha, which handles exclusively mystery novels and crime stories.

Area bookstores are top shelf

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September
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1995
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Book Nooks

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6
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Whodunit?

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5
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October
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1992
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Author better be there

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4
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1993
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Window broken at crime-book store

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1994
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24
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April
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1995
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