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Most of my one-other books, I'm surprised that more people don't have them in their libraries. Except for the 1938 Scott stamp catalogue. If there wasn't a long story behind it, I'd wonder why *I* had it in my library.
Bed Bug Handbook: The Complete Guide to Bed Bug and Their Control
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Archaeology of Tom Jeffords' Chiricahua Indian Agency
Sewerage: The designing, constructing and maintaining of sewerage systems and sewage treatment plants
The History of Road Building Equipment
Sinks of London Laid Open A Pocket Companion for the Uninitiated, to Which is Added a Modern Flash Dictionary Containing all the Cant Words, Slang Terms, ... a List of the Sixty Orders of Prime Coves
Coal Tar Distillation And Working Up Of Tar Products
Assembler Language for FORTRAN, COBOL, and PL/I Programmers
1:100 000-scale metric topographic map of Denver East, Colorado map digitized
Steam Locomotive Coaling Stations and Diesel Locomotive Fueling Facilities
A Companion's Guide for Travelling I-80: Iowa Really Isn't Boring
A Cemetery of Palace Attendants
The Canals of New York State
The paleoecological history of two Pennsylvanian black shales
Bunny Rabbits Iron-on Transfers
Soil survey of Montgomery and Schenectady Counties, New York
NFPA 13, 2010 Edition: Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems
The Cobra Goddess of Ancient Egypt: Predynastic, Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Periods
The Principality of Liechtenstein: A documentary handbook
Technical approaches to characterizing and cleaning up brownfields sites: Railroad Yards
The New Gravity Einstein Monster Number Two 2
Hitler's ashes: seeds of a new Reich!
as a more or less random selection of books shared with one other.
5: I am curious as to why you have maps of Denver and Schnectady. They're not exactly close to each other.
Live in Denver. Did field work in upstate New York.
A reminder, if you are interested in books that no one else in Librarything shares, there is a group --ULTB -- for that.
It is interesting, as it includes books that I had completely forgotten about (and really don't even remember): "A Hittite manual for beginners" or "A manual of pathology".
Quite a few are understandable: old recipe books, foreign language books, manga, etc., but a surprising number are fairly common children's books, but that are just unlisted on Libraything.
Combination of titles can quickly affect this kind of statistic since what seems "unique" or a "singleton" can soon prove to be otherwise. The "common children's books" probably will prove to be books waiting to be combined. Manual entries and other details can delay or prevent the automatic combination.
If you find someone's catalog with a couple of your singletons, perhaps you have more in common with them than you thought, unless they are stalking you and adding books just so you're not the only one :)