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Here's a deeper look into all the pages that make the Strand what it is today.
Credit: Strand Bookstore Fred Bass, pictured here in the store in the 1970s, worked at the buying desk on weekdays until he died on Jan. Bass worked at the store since he was 13 years old in 1941. "I wanted to keep working and not go on a fishing trip for the rest of my life.
The only survivor of Fourth Avenue's 48 "Book Row" shops -- perhaps because the store relocated to a more central thoroughfare -- the Strand is laden with NYC history. 3, 2018, after decades at the store, told am New York in 2016 that the Strand's survival can be attributed to its vast size and selection, and "a great, really great staff of people who are very knowledgeable and take good care of the customers." Bass' father founded Strand Books in 1927.
There's a lot about the Strand that gets hidden between the lines.
The Strand has one of the largest and most accessible rare book rooms in the country.
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Bass' father, Ben, started the Strand when he was just 25 years old, with 0 of his own savings and a 0 loan from a friend.
Fred's daughter, Nancy, began working at the Strand when she was 25 and now runs the entire store.