Alex Brooks left Lexington for two years of graduate school in England, where he studied book conservation. He has returned and started what may be Kentucky's only company that conserves old books for individuals and libraries. "I know the need is out there," he said.
Alex Brooks left Lexington for two years of graduate school in England, where he studied book conservation. He has returned and started what may be Kentucky's only company that conserves old books for individuals and libraries. "I know the need is out there," he said. Herald-Leader
Alex Brooks left Lexington for two years of graduate school in England, where he studied book conservation. He has returned and started what may be Kentucky's only company that conserves old books for individuals and libraries. "I know the need is out there," he said. Herald-Leader

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