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Laird and Lee's Question Settler was a popular book that could be carried in a gentleman's waistcoat pocket. The idea is that if you're having a dispute with someone over current events, practical matters or historical happenings, you can flip through this book and definitively prove yourself right.
Or wrong, but at least you would be the one to provide the answer.
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Here is a link to the original of the Question Settler, which I have posted on my Flickr free art set: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/phoebe_photo/5691810022/in/set-72157624536328341">Question Settler</a> .
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Mandybeau, you are correct. These books were published before 1923 and are now in the public domain: http://www.flickr.com/photos/phoebe_photo/5691810022/in/set-72157624536328341
Are some of these books not covered by copyreight.
This is pretty cool, Phoebe. Instead of Googling, people would . . . well, I can't think of a clever term, but still it's an early day search engine.
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