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Ayn Rand's Library

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A link on that page leads to here:

Member: Ayn Rand Library

This collection is [supposed to be] based on original holdings and other documentation contained in the Ayn Rand Papers, held at the Ayn Rand Archives. Although many of her original books were sold at auction, we have copies of their title pages and any marginalia. We've been purchasing facsimile copies and are excited to rebuild and share her library here.

This page also provides a link to the Ayn Rand Archives. (which only provides a prima facie case for its veracity.) The two  Dr. Seuss books raised an eyebrow, but the Reader's Digest, Jan. 44 containing her article "The Only Path to Tomorrow", the two copies of Isabelle Paterson's The God of the Machine, Babbitt, The Complete Works of O'Henry, the many books on architecture, trains, etc., tend to put forth and lend an air of plausibility.

Is there a demonstrable contradiction contained in the listing?

 

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8 hours ago, dream_weaver said:

Is there a demonstrable contradiction contained in the listing?

I have no reason to think the list is made-up, and my default assumption would be that it is pretty accurate...but, it's the internet ;)

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