Books Available for a Charitable Donation, in Memory of LSC Member Sharon Schoech

 Books of The Saint John’s Bible Available for Donations to a Charity

Most all of the 7 books that make up The Saint John’s Bible are available for suggested donations of $30 to $50 each. They are the books co-ordinated by Saint John’s Abbey in Minnesota, with Donald Jackson as the Artistic Director. The books were originally $60 to $75 each, are in excellent condition, and exact copies of the original St. John’s Bible.

Titles of books available: Pentateuch, Psalms (in original wrap), Historical Books, Wisdom Literature (2 copies in original wrap), Gospels and Acts, and Letters and Revelation. Books measure 10” x 15-1/2”.

Contact: Catherine Burkhard, 214.363.7946 or >bookltrs@att.net<. The charity requested by the family of bookbinder Sharon Schoech, who owned the books, is “River Legacy Foundation”. The donations will go as a memorial to Sharon for the foundation’s Nature/Living Science Center in Arlington (www.riverlegacy.org).

Catherine will have the books and receive the donations in order to send them to the Foundation as a memorial to Sharon. If the book(s) need to be mailed, shipping costs would be additional and payable before shipping.

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2 Responses to Books Available for a Charitable Donation, in Memory of LSC Member Sharon Schoech

  1. artjournal50 says:

    Are any of the books still available?

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