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James Douglas Jones
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  • Greensboro, NC
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How Did You Hear About "I Antique Online"?
About Me
I have been involved in books and collecting for several years.
From a B.A. degree in Philosophy and Religion to over 12 years as a stack supervisor as a major university here in Greensboro, N.C.
to having worked at Georgetown University's library and digital equipment corporation; they have all been with the organization of books.
Tell us about your interest in antiques, collecting and any antique related websites, blogs, businesses.
I developed my interest in antiques from having done volunteer work at a thrift store in Washington, D.C. for 10 years.
I have read and understand the Terms of Use and disclaimer section of the website and agree to abide by these terms. Answer yes below.
If you belong to other collector groups which one(s) do you belong to?
none right now.
Would you be interested in moderating or co moderating a group forum in the area of collecting you specialize in?
Where is the Help Desk /Welcome Center button on our site?
At the top of the main page.

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