Tales From the Bourse
Dennis Tucker writes:
Interesting timing that John Feigenbaum’s remembrance of his father’s book, Tales From the Bourse,
was published last week. Here at Whitman Publishing headquarters in Atlanta, we’ve been moving our numismatic library from one part of
the compound to another closer to the Editorial Department. Last week I was deep in the archives browsing through the books when I found
a copy of Tales. I was familiar with the volume but had never read it; I took it back to my office and made it my lunchtime
reading material. Many thanks to David Lawrence Feigenbaum for writing this fun, poignant, and informative book. His dedication to seeing
it through to completion and publication not long before his death, despite his physical challenges, is inspiring. Feigenbaum’s love of
his family is evident throughout the book, and it was nice to read his son John’s recollections a few days later.
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
BACKSTORY: TALES FROM THE BOURSE (www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n26a08.html)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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