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1. [Upper Valley] Bookcase/Computer station For Sale - "Sue Buckholz"

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FOR SALE - Combination bookcase/computer station

Combination bookcase/computer station, hutch design, 65-1/2" long by 71"
tall by 20-1/2" deep,

Three sections -

. left and right top for books (movable shelving),

. middle top for computer with glass door-enclosed bookshelf above

. left and right bottom for large books/binders,

. bottom middle for printer and/or CPU.

Dark wood stain, cutouts in back for wiring.

Asking $75 obo. Located in Brockway District between Quechee and West
Hartford villages.

Please call or email, as below.

Thanks,

Sue

Susan M. Buckholz

(802) 291-9063

(802) 296-2742 (fax)

sue@buckholzlaw.com

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