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The personal library of Professor Robert A. Macksey (Johns Hopkins University) contains more than 70,000 volumes and is valued at over $4 million.
See more in Libraries of the Rich and Famous, Part 2

The personal library of Professor Robert A. Macksey (Johns Hopkins University) contains more than 70,000 volumes and is valued at over $4 million.

See more in Libraries of the Rich and Famous, Part 2

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