Talk:Little Professor Book Center

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Sorry for the vagueness of the original(?) location and dates. If I still lived in B'ham, I could drive by and see what the old address was, but I don't. Likewise, I have no source I can use to find the dates the various stores opened, closed, moved, etc. --Lkseitz 21:37, 13 July 2006 (PDT)

  • No worries. Wiki's are always under construction. Coincidentally, I was just in there at lunch today and bought three books for this project, Tim Hollis' new photobook of Birmingham broadcasting history, the Historical Society's book on downtown churches, and Jim Bagget's new hardback volume of historical photos of Birmingham. All three are great. --Dystopos 21:44, 13 July 2006 (PDT)

Full disclosure

This article was started by User:Lkseitz whose mother once worked there and who is so distantly related to the owners he couldn't tell you what the relationship is. --Lkseitz 11:22, 26 October 2009 (PDT)

  • If I recall correctly what my father said last week, he and Paul Seitz are fifth cousins. When my mother started working there, all parties were unaware there was any relation. --Lkseitz (talk) 07:05, 29 January 2017 (PST)

Riverchase location

I have a memory of their being a Little Professor location in The Plaza at Riverchase on Montgomery Highway (Hoover) in the late '80s or maybe early '90s, but it apparently wasn't owned by the Seitzes. And possibly I'm wrong about it being a Little Professor. --Lkseitz (talk) 07:03, 29 January 2017 (PST)