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Bridge Books of Yesteryear

Starting in 2021 the earliest bridge books will lose their copyright protection.  (Some of the less popular ones already had, since there was once a need to renew at 28 years.)  By 2025, everything from the 1920s will be public domain, and by 2035 everything from prior to WWII.

Which pre-WWII bridge books would people like to see republished when it becomes inexpensive to do so?  Which are worthwhile for bridge reasons and not just for bridge history reasons?

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